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Taste your way around Vancouver with the Culinary Scavenger Hunt

Taste your way around Vancouver with the Culinary Scavenger Hunt

Follow the clues and your tastebuds through Vancouver on a fun family-friendly Culinary Scavenger Hunt this spring.
There's a trendy café moving into Vancouver's red 'petal' building

There's a trendy café moving into Vancouver's red 'petal' building

Vancouver's Nemesis Coffee is almost ready to launch their third location. This time the café-restaurant will open what they're calling their flagship location, and it's situated in an eye-catching East Vancouver building.
Sisters are brewing it for themselves

Sisters are brewing it for themselves

The women of B.C.’s craft beer industry are taking part in charity brew days to mark International Women’s Day
GRINDING GEARS: My dad, a sensible driver, was rear-ended by four cars

GRINDING GEARS: My dad, a sensible driver, was rear-ended by four cars

Here are some tips to help you avoid a similar fate
This B.C. beer pioneer paved the way for the craft beer revolution

This B.C. beer pioneer paved the way for the craft beer revolution

Beer pioneer “Uncle” Ben Ginter and his Prince George-based Tartan Brewery fought to break open the macro beer monopoly in the 1960s and '70s
Douglas College fair aims to create conversation about menstruation

Douglas College fair aims to create conversation about menstruation

Menstruation should not be a dirty little secret, according to Douglas College instructors Selina Tribe and Lisa Smith. The pair is hosting one of B.C.
Drink this: The Hostler by BX Press

Drink this: The Hostler by BX Press

Off-dry cider made from apples grown on third generation B.C. farm
A rare disease and an uncommon resilience

A rare disease and an uncommon resilience

She was a patient without a diagnosis. From the spring of 2016 to that winter, Emily Chan bounced from the neurology department to the psychiatric department and back again as health-care professionals applied the right cure to the wrong disease.
Win this Oregon-themed gift pack

Win this Oregon-themed gift pack

Dishing up Oregon cookbook showcases farm-to-table flavours
Legendary Vancouver restaurant closing after 35 years

Legendary Vancouver restaurant closing after 35 years

A well-loved Vancouver fine dining restaurant has revealed it’s closing its doors after a 35-year-run in the city's Kitsilano neighbourhood. Bishop's , named for chef-owner John Bishop, 75, will close its doors Aug. 1, according to the restaurant.