Vancouver's biggest outdoor pool won't be ready for opening weekend
Vancouver is getting ready to open two of its flagship outdoor pools this weekend, but fan-favourite Kitsilano Pool won’t be among them.
Metro Vancouver's massive water slide park reveals summer opening date
Things are about to get wet and wild in Metro Vancouver! Big Splash Water Slide Park in Tsawwassen has announced that it will reopen for the summer season on Saturday, July 1
Vancouver's top five most salacious and surprising scandals from the past
This month, local walking tour company Forbidden Vancouver has launched a brand-new tour, The Monumental Scandals Tour. The experience is a two-hour stroll through downtown that visits the city’s most famous heritage buildings, including the Marine Building, Hotel Vancouver, and the Vancouver Art Gallery. On the way, guests will hear tales of scandal and intrigue from our city’s past.
Flags of Vancouver's three First Nations now permanently raised at Stanley Park
A process that first began more than three years ago and was delayed by the pandemic has now resulted in the permanent raising of the three flags that represent each of the three First Nations of Vancouver.
Kev's Épicerie set to launch in Vancouver's West End tomorrow
Folks living in and around Vancouver’s West End have been waiting for this one. Kev’s Épicerie is finally opening its doors this weekend.
Vancouver's most stylish day at the races reveals this summer's headliners
Get your chicest hats and flashiest bowties out! The city’s most fashionable festival is back this summer and some huge musical acts are coming to the party.
Police called over multiple sex assaults in Vancouver's downtown core
An investigation is underway into a series of sex assaults in Vancouver’s downtown core, and police have released photos in an effort to identify a suspect.
Here’s why you should visit Vancouver’s North Shore for your next staycation (CONTEST)
One of the best things about living on the West Coast is you’re never far from scenic mountains and endless outdoor activities. Even if you’ve lived here forever, there’s always something new to explore.
Date set for reconsideration of 105 Keefer proposal in Vancouver's Chinatown
The saga over whether the proposed mixed-use building at 105 Keefer Street in Vancouver’s Chinatown district should be built is coming to a head.
Bring in the Goosinator! Vancouver's $375K battle against Canadian geese (PHOTOS)
The Vancouver Park Board passed a motion to explore more ways of cracking down on the explosive Canada goose population in the city’s parks, and it comes with a hefty price tag.
Cheap Eats Vancouver: Simply Sushi
Vancouver’s Point Grey neighbourhood isn’t exactly known for being cheap, whether you’re paying for a five-dollar cup of coffee or a $20 million home.
Vancouver's Empty Homes Tax to stay at 3% as developers given $3.8M tax break
The City of Vancouver’s planned Empty Homes Tax (EHT) rate increase to 5%, originally put forward by former Mayor Kennedy Stewart last year, has been axed.
5 types of Grouse Grind hikers you've definitely seen on the trail
When Grouse Grind opens for the season, you’ll see a whole cast of zany characters on the trail. The popular hike, sometimes affectionately called “mother nature’s Stairmaster,” is a must-do for every Vancouverite at some point, but some take it more seriously than others.
Metro Vancouver home prices growing faster than forecasted this year to date: REBGV
The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) is reporting increased activity in Metro Vancouver’s housing market for May 2023.
Vancouver's Empty Homes Tax could be lowered from 5% to 3%
More than a year after the previous makeup of Vancouver City Council approved a hike of the municipal Empty Homes Tax (EHT) to 5%, staff with the City of Vancouver are now recommending that the hike starting in 2023 be rescinded and return to its previous rate of 3%.
The summer lineup of FREE outdoor movies in downtown Vancouver has been revealed
Vancouver’s free outdoor movie series in šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square, also known as the north plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery, is set to return this summer.
Opening date for the Kitsilano Pool has finally been revealed
After a long wait, Vancouverites can finally celebrate the return of the Kitsilano Pool just in time for the summer. According to an information bulletin from the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation shared on Friday, May 26, the beloved Kits Pool is set to open for the 2023 season on Sunday, June 4.
The best cheap breakfast deals in Vancouver
From greasy spoons to deli-style bagels, there’s nothing like a cheap, quick, dirty breakfast. No matter what you’re craving in the morning, Vancouver has got plenty of great places that more than deliver.