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Steveston Village hosts multitude of family-friendly Christmas activities

Steveston Village hosts multitude of family-friendly Christmas activities

From Christmas light walking tours to virtual events, Steveston has something for everyone
Vancouver's 11th annual Keithmas 'fundrager' to keep rocking online

Vancouver's 11th annual Keithmas 'fundrager' to keep rocking online

It would take more than a global pandemic to cancel the Keith Richards-inspired fundraiser
Ring a bell on Christmas Eve to join a worldwide chorus

Ring a bell on Christmas Eve to join a worldwide chorus

North Vancouver organizers invite everyone to join the Jingle at 6 p.m. Dec. 24
Dine Out Vancouver returns in early 2021, featuring 31 days of special menus and pricing

Dine Out Vancouver returns in early 2021, featuring 31 days of special menus and pricing

Hundreds of Metro Vancouver restaurants will take part in Dine Out's longest festival run ever.
View this giant Coquitlam light display and help Variety charity

View this giant Coquitlam light display and help Variety charity

Light displays are becoming an important way to celebrate the holidays this year and one Coquitlam family is working hard to make their display extra special
Burnaby's best home for Christmas lights also raises money for kids

Burnaby's best home for Christmas lights also raises money for kids

When you drop by, make a donation to BC Children's Hospital
North Vancouver podcast 'The Hopeful' is a ray of light in a dark year

North Vancouver podcast 'The Hopeful' is a ray of light in a dark year

Six-episode series listed as Apple Podcast Canada’s Show of the Year
'Scuba Claus' is coming to the Vancouver Aquarium for a virtual holiday show

'Scuba Claus' is coming to the Vancouver Aquarium for a virtual holiday show

Santa is leaving the reindeers at home in the North Pole for this particular excursion.
Vancouver filmmakers find hope on the Downtown Eastside in new documentary, premiering at the Whistler Film Festival

Vancouver filmmakers find hope on the Downtown Eastside in new documentary, premiering at the Whistler Film Festival

The Decline, directed by Sean Patrick Shaul and Kayvon Saremi, is available for streaming from Dec. 13 to Dec. 31
How a Metro Vancouver hairstylist rose to TikTok stardom during a global pandemic

How a Metro Vancouver hairstylist rose to TikTok stardom during a global pandemic

With 14.4 million followers and counting, Abbotsford resident Kris Collins is Canada's second most-followed TikToker. And, for the record, she still does hair.