We feature a lot of amazing Vancouver photos and it looks like 2014 will be starting off with a bang. This photo of Vancouver was taken by Artur Stanisz and […]
A record 2,549 people took part in the 94th annual Vancouver Polar Bear Swim at English Bay earlier this afternoon on New Year’s Day.
The Holiday season in Vancouver is a magical time and this year we even had a little bit of snow, sadly it did not stick around for Christmas day. Here are […]
It was another eventful year in Vancouver and there were a few photos that captured those moments. Here is our look at some of the more memorable moments captured in […]
When you mix Toronto and Vancouver’s world class skylines, you get a city that looks like something being built in China right now.
Just another day in Vancouver where a car crashes into a stationary item. This incident took place at the McDonald’s in Kerrisdale.
Epic, amazing, insane – just a few words that attendees used to describe the two days of CONTACT 2013, produced by Blueprint Events and Live Nation.
Contact Festival 2013 kicked off their massive two-day music event on Thursday night, and BC Place was rocking.
Metro Vancouver is at a standstill today with 10 to 15 cm of snow having fallen overnight and up to another 15 cm expected by late-afternoon.
Snow day along the Fraser River.
Float planes at the waterfront.
It wouldn’t be the holidays without a little mistletoe magic and unexpected romantic kisses.
The new flagship Nordstrom store in downtown Vancouver is starting to come together.
Vancouver skyline during the Christmas season.
Those ugly Christmas sweaters worn by the Vancouver Canucks at their 14th annual Canucks for Kids Fun Dice & Ice Benefit are now up for auction!
With Christmas just days away, Vancouverites are busily preparing for the holidays and this includes taking the time to put up flamboyantly festive decorations in the spirit of the season.
Can it get any more Canadian than this? Ice hockey played on a frozen lake 4,000 feet up in Vancouver’s North Shore Mountains, and it involved a special skating stunt […]
The annual SantaCon pub crawl once again started at the legendary institution, the No. 5 Orange. Ho, ho, ho, Merry Christmas.
Lions Gate bridge.
As it turns out, Santa likes to snag a few fresh ski laps as a warm up before getting on the sleigh for the big present drop.
Mountains and buildings as seen from Cambie and Broadway.
Millennium Gate in Chinatown.
If you venture downtown often enough, you’ve most likely seen this funky car.
Playing ice pond hockey and wearing the jerseys of Canadian NHL teams – how Canadian could these photos possibly be?
Sunset at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
With temperatures reaching a low of -15 degrees Celsius with windchill over the weekend, water surfaces across the region froze over with a thick layer of ice suitable for skating.
Sub-zero temperatures over the last few days have allowed Vancouverites to enjoy their national pastime in the outdoors.
Kits pool can now be referred to as Kits ice pond.
At the ocean.