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8 Reasons You Should Explore New West This Weekend

8 Reasons You Should Explore New West This Weekend

Western Canada’s oldest city is going through a bit of a renaissance. New shops, restaurants and destinations are popping up all over New West’s historic blocks and cobblestone streets, marking a new era for BC’s first capital.
500 Coffees #85 – Dan Pontefract

500 Coffees #85 – Dan Pontefract

Name: Dan Pontefract Occupation : Author, thinker, speaker, educator, father Beverage : Coffee Meet Dan Pontefract, the author of The Purpose Effect and the Chief Envisioner of the TELUS Transformation Office.
4 Types of BC Seafood to Try This Year

4 Types of BC Seafood to Try This Year

2017 will be a low return for sockeye salmon on the Fraser River. But this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be eating wild BC seafood! It’s important you know what will be abundant and shop accordingly instead of chasing the same few species every year.
7 Badass Motorcycles from Vancouver’s History

7 Badass Motorcycles from Vancouver’s History

Vancouver is a nice city. You always hear that. ‘Nice’. Sure, it’s pretty and green, but Vancouver has some edge too. It’s also got grit, speed and a lot more leather, denim and road rash than one might have assumed.
A Video Game Designer and the Youngest CEO on the PROFIT Hot 50 Share How They Launched Their Business with Futurpreneur

A Video Game Designer and the Youngest CEO on the PROFIT Hot 50 Share How They Launched Their Business with Futurpreneur

Carina Kom and Harry Chemko. Carina Kom has always loved video games. She grew up always looking forward to the ritual of plugging-in her gaming system to the back of her family’s old-school CRT television in Johannesburg.
Get in the Spirit: Explore BC’s Most Beautiful Distilleries

Get in the Spirit: Explore BC’s Most Beautiful Distilleries

The recent explosion of microbreweries and locally made craft beer has reached a similar level of affection that BC wine has held for some time.
A Letter From the Vancouver Aquarium

A Letter From the Vancouver Aquarium

Dear Vancouver, Every year, hundreds of sick, injured or orphaned marine mammals are found stranded along our coastline.
A Guide to BC’s Best Lighthouse Destinations

A Guide to BC’s Best Lighthouse Destinations

Whether they’re guiding ships, protecting land, or warning crews of hazardous coastlines, lighthouses have always suggested that adventure is just around the corner.
Red Truck's Summer Concert Series Line-Up is Awesome

Red Truck's Summer Concert Series Line-Up is Awesome

Ignore the rain, summer is almost here. It's back! Red Truck’s third annual Truck Stop Concert Series will take place June 17, July 15 and August 12 at their brewery and HQ in East Vancouver.
5 Ways to Feel Like You’re in Italy While Living in Vancouver

5 Ways to Feel Like You’re in Italy While Living in Vancouver

Spring break has come and gone and it will be a while before we can start packing for our summer vacations. Yes, it’s that time of year when “traveling” is mostly just the subject of daydreams.
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