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Time Traveller: Plans were once in place to build an airport in North Vancouver

Time Traveller: Plans were once in place to build an airport in North Vancouver

A 1947 map shows a space near Lions Gate Bridge reserved for the Capilano Air Park.
These 19 fascinating photos capture what Canada Day looked like in Vancouver over 100 years ago

These 19 fascinating photos capture what Canada Day looked like in Vancouver over 100 years ago

There were a lot of parades and boat races.
Vancouver Now & Then: Maxine Beauty School, 1936 and 2020

Vancouver Now & Then: Maxine Beauty School, 1936 and 2020

All that remains is the facade...and maybe a few ghosts.
This unassuming Kitsilano building's history goes back to 1907

This unassuming Kitsilano building's history goes back to 1907

A boxy building on 1st Avenue and Maple Street has quite the backstory.
5 things you (probably) didn't know about Vancouver's SeaBus

5 things you (probably) didn't know about Vancouver's SeaBus

In all fairness, it's also North Vancouver's Seabus
Photos: Do you remember the 'Buck Rogers' rocket at YVR?

Photos: Do you remember the 'Buck Rogers' rocket at YVR?

Memories of the 'rocket' and days gone by sparked by colourized photos from the 1950s
Vancouver Now & Then: Gastown's Hickey Block in 1940 and 2020.

Vancouver Now & Then: Gastown's Hickey Block in 1940 and 2020.

A look back at the history of the building at the corner of Abbott Street and Blood Alley
These 18 photos capture life at the beach in Vancouver over 100 years ago

These 18 photos capture life at the beach in Vancouver over 100 years ago

Vancouver and beaches go together like the sunshine and ocean waves
5 things you (probably) didn't know about Marpole

5 things you (probably) didn't know about Marpole

Marpole maybe the oldest inhabited part of Vancouver.
Photo: Before it was demolished, this Chinatown building was home to several food businesses

Photo: Before it was demolished, this Chinatown building was home to several food businesses

The Ah Mew Company was a long-standing tenant at the Wallace Block, which stood from 1910 to 1985 on Georgia Street.