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Here’s what Vancouver looked like in 2010 (PHOTOS)

Here’s what Vancouver looked like in 2010 (PHOTOS)

Start of decade included Olympics, bike lanes, backyard chicken bylaws, closures and passings
Free skating on New Year’s Day in Richmond

Free skating on New Year’s Day in Richmond

Richmond Oval’s annual tradition is returning to celebrate the start of a new year. The sports facility is offering its eighth free public skate on Jan. 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free, but skate and helmet rental fees still apply.
Best and worst reader reactions to Vancouver Shakedown column in 2019

Best and worst reader reactions to Vancouver Shakedown column in 2019

Grant Lawrence generated a lot of "discourse" with his Vancouver Shakedown column this year
BC Youth Parliament takes over Legislative Assembly

BC Youth Parliament takes over Legislative Assembly

Younger politicians will be learning the workings of government
This is what Vancouver's VanDusen Festival of Lights looked like back in the '80s (PHOTOS)

This is what Vancouver's VanDusen Festival of Lights looked like back in the '80s (PHOTOS)

Wandering through VanDusen Botanical Garden's magical Festival of Lights display has become a fond holiday tradition for many Vancouverites. Built on the former Shaughnessy Golf Course, the Botanical Garden opened to the public back in 1975.
What’s the deal with a partridge in a pear tree?

What’s the deal with a partridge in a pear tree?

Meaning behind 12 Days of Christmas full of historical secrets, mix-ups and misunderstanding
12 vintage Vancouver Christmas moments to look back on (PHOTOS)

12 vintage Vancouver Christmas moments to look back on (PHOTOS)

Many things change over the years, technology, infrastructure, fashion, the list goes on … but one thing that remains a constant is Christmas spirit.
Richmond Santa remembers boys' names, 73 years on

Richmond Santa remembers boys' names, 73 years on

You simply can’t knock Santa’s memory. It has been 73 years since they both sat on Santa’s lap, but the big man in red still remembers Howard and Bob by name.
Start of Chanukah tonight means lighting 'flames of hope and faith'

Start of Chanukah tonight means lighting 'flames of hope and faith'

Now that the winter solstice celebrations are done, we head into an amazing celebration of Chanukah. B.C.
This Vancouver artist's mural sends a powerful message on homelessness (VIDEO)

This Vancouver artist's mural sends a powerful message on homelessness (VIDEO)

A Vancouver artist has painted a thought-provoking mural on the Downtown Eastside in the hopes of raising awareness of homelessness and the need for social housing.