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He and his partner, Caitlin Dorwald, wanted to raise chickens in their East Vancouver home but lacked the tools to build a coop. Luckily, their landlord had the requisite power drill and table-saw and graciously lent them to the couple. We realized
In one way, the announcement this past week that a collection from Beijing's Forbidden City will be making its first appearance at the Vancouver Art Gallery is big news in itself. After all, it is not every day where a collection of 200 historical
Contributed to The Globe and Mail All the fog blanketing Vancouver lately got us interested in seeing the best photos of the city when the clouds descend.
Video Video Video Wall is a long, winding street above a bluff overlooking the workings of an industrial port, the freighter-dotted inlet and the North Shore mountains. It's a unique view, the urban answer to Port Grey Road's more sombre, idyllic
Watch Watch Watch In keel-hauling the action, Pechman also ruled there was no basis to apply a U.S. law known as the Lanham Act, which confers broad jurisdictional powers upon U.S. courts. Trader Joe's filed the lawsuit in May against Michael Hallatt,
Get your wallets ready; Vancouver is about to become a shopping mecca. Maison Simons, a department store with little profile in Western Canada, has just announced it's following a tide of big-name American retailers preparing to put down roots in
About 200 Vancouverites gathered outside a city council hearing Tuesday evening at a rally to voice their anger at controversial plans to densify four neighbourhoods. Albert Leung of the My Marpole group , which had the largest contingent of
Text and photos by Aruna Chandaraju Between my highly subjective list of in-and-around-Vancouver must-dos and the ones that every brochure and tourist-guide recommends, I had a tough choice...Stanley Park Sprawling over 1,000 acres, it is not only
If a complex rezoning is approved, an awkward jigsaw-puzzle of urban lots under the northside of Vancouver's Granville Bridge could give rise to a twisted 500-foot beehive of a tower that has the city's art and architecture crowd panting with desire.
Yes, we know Vancouver can provide 50 shades of grey in the course of an afternoon, but that can't be the only reason the movie version of E.L...The production is set to begin on Nov. 5 at Vancouver's North Shore Studios, Production Weekly tweeted