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Nashville is world famous for its vibrant music scene and that smooth Tennessee whisky, but there's still a thing or two it could stand to learn from Vancouver. At least that's the thinking at the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, which sent a
Kerry Gold Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Apr. 11 2014, 12:55 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Apr. 11 2014, 1:24 PM EDT Andy Yan, a senior urban planner and adjunct professor at UBC, stood in front of about 50 American developers and
A white-sided dolphin named Hanna leaps at the Vancouver Aquarium in Vancouver on Feb. 6, 2014. Multimedia B.C. video Santa Claus made an early appearance at the Vancouver Aquarium, but instead of a sleigh he had on scuba gear and flippers. Kids at
TED curator Chris Anderson talks to Edward Snowden via robot at TED2014 in Vancouver. Photograph by: Bret Hartman , Bret Hartman Politely stated by its curator' Chris Anderson, TED Talks are the Olympics for the brain. Less politely, the talkfest is
It's not every day citizens of Vancouver are handed a direct line to the mayor of the city. But that's what took place Tuesday evening when Mayor Gregor Robertson hosted a telephone town hall to hear from Vancouverites. Photograph by: Submitted ,
Last updated Tuesday, Feb. 25 2014, 8:55 PM EST Reflected in a puddle of melted snow, a man takes a photograph as a woman walks past umbrellas suspended from trees at Spanish Banks Beach in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday February 25, 2014.
North Vancouver's waterfront could become the hot night spot complete with a covered skating rink five times the size of the one at Robson Square and a giant ferris wheel. The $25-million plan for an area just east of Lonsdale Quay has been developed
Seattle Seahawks fans throughout B.C. are gearing up for the Super Bowl this weekend by raising flags and showing off their 12th Man pride. Thousands of Vancouverites have adopted the NFL team as their own, and will be donning Seahawks colours blue,
Vancouver continues to make progress toward the goals set in the Greenest City Action Plan, adding more than 400 community garden plots and opening two new farmers markets in the past year. With more than 4,166 garden plots established on city-owned
In recent weeks, Vancouverites have encountered heartwarming ads sponsored by Port Metro Vancouver on television and in movie theatres. One shows a woman preparing one of her Indian grandmother's recipes, thanks to spices delivered through the Port.