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Vancouver Now & Then: The West End's majestic Queen Charlotte in 1928 and 2020

Vancouver Now & Then: The West End's majestic Queen Charlotte in 1928 and 2020

From a pre-WWII apartment building to present-day $1 million condos
These 17 photos capture the vibe at the PNE 75 years ago

These 17 photos capture the vibe at the PNE 75 years ago

The PNE was on pause during World War 2, but came back in 1947
Vancouver Now & Then: Commercial Drive's Crystal Dairy, 1940 and 2020

Vancouver Now & Then: Commercial Drive's Crystal Dairy, 1940 and 2020

From ice cream licks to drum licks
Experience the power of Tribal Canoe Journeys at this immersive Vancouver exhibit

Experience the power of Tribal Canoe Journeys at this immersive Vancouver exhibit

Bear witness to the transformative revival of Northwest Coast canoe cultures
5 things you (probably) didn't know Vancouver was first in Canada to have

5 things you (probably) didn't know Vancouver was first in Canada to have

These things all happened in Vancouver before anywhere else in Canada
Time Traveller: Burrard Junk Co. sold scrap metal, used furniture and more

Time Traveller: Burrard Junk Co. sold scrap metal, used furniture and more

Chaim (Hymie) Gordon was a junk dealer in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood before moving to the North Shore around 1954 and operating in Lower Lonsdale.
Vancouver Now & Then: This store on Kingsway was at the centre of a 1936 bank robbery attempt

Vancouver Now & Then: This store on Kingsway was at the centre of a 1936 bank robbery attempt

The only reason a photo was taken of these two nondescript buildings in 1936 was for a court case.
These 19 photos show just how wild Kitsilano was 110 years ago

These 19 photos show just how wild Kitsilano was 110 years ago

People had to watch out for bush fires, bears and buggy-swallowing mud.
5 things you (probably) didn't know about the Great Vancouver Fire

5 things you (probably) didn't know about the Great Vancouver Fire

It's unknown how many people died in the blaze.
Vancouver Now & Then: The Odd Fellows Hall in 1936 and 2020

Vancouver Now & Then: The Odd Fellows Hall in 1936 and 2020

This building has stood for well over a century but remains best known for one of its primary occupants.
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