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5 things not to miss at the Vancouver Writers Fest

5 things not to miss at the Vancouver Writers Fest

Worried about rising sea levels? Concerned about “The Big One”? Head to Vancouver Writers Fest on Granville Island between October 16th and 22nd to find out if we’re really as screwed as we think we are.
New map helps Vancouverites access free or low-cost food

New map helps Vancouverites access free or low-cost food

The Vancouver Food Asset Map plots out where people in need can find places where they can "grow, prepare, share, buy, receive or learn about food."
Despite off-season moves, Canucks still searching for power-play success

Despite off-season moves, Canucks still searching for power-play success

A punchless power-play was one of the main reasons the Vancouver Canucks struggled the last two seasons.
Alleged victims sue man awarded millions after acquittal in sex-assault case

Alleged victims sue man awarded millions after acquittal in sex-assault case

Ivan Henry outside court. photo courtesy Global TV VANCOUVER - A man who was acquitted of 10 counts of sexual assault after spending 27 years in prison is being sued by some of his alleged victims.
A look inside B.C.'s newest brewery - Beere!

A look inside B.C.'s newest brewery - Beere!

Photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News There’s bound to be a little confusion when the Beere Brewing Company opens their garage door and starts letting in customers to their brand new Lower Lonsdale space this month.
4 Vancouver entrepreneurs making waves in New York

4 Vancouver entrepreneurs making waves in New York

Melissa Kwan sits upstairs at one of her favourite meeting places: City Bakery in New York’s Flatiron District | Glen Korstrom Melissa Kwan started making trips to New York City in 2013 because she was mystified at how cautious and frugal Vancouver r
6 local authors you need to know about

6 local authors you need to know about

Sure, each year Vancouver Writers Fest is an opportunity so see some of your favourite authors from across the globe as they grace the stages of Granville Island for a week in October.
Feature: Richmond Hospital becomes passport mill

Feature: Richmond Hospital becomes passport mill

According to Vancouver Coastal Health, in the 2016-2017 fiscal year, there were 379 births to foreign nationals at Richmond Hospital. Five years ago there were about 18.
Fall is in full effect and it's crazy gorgeous (PHOTOS)

Fall is in full effect and it's crazy gorgeous (PHOTOS)

Oh yes, autumn is in full swing and we're absolutely loving it! Above and beyond the fall colours, the city has been graced with beautiful sunsets, crisp air and rainfall that can actually be described as pleasant .
Binners' Project coffee cup cash-in event could set new record

Binners' Project coffee cup cash-in event could set new record

Vancouver's Binners' Project will hold their popular coffee cup cash-in event on October 16, and they're expecting a record turnout.