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Inclusivity is an important part of the Wallflower Modern Diner (2420 Main Street). Lisa Skelton, who owns the five-year-old Mount Pleasant eatery, says the reason the menu has...
I consider myself a fair-weather cyclist. For several months of the year, it’s my main mode of transportation around the city. I enjoy the exercise, and it gets me from point A to...
A young Canadian chef with Vancouver training has once again claimed the top prize in the Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship. Michael Christiansen, who currently works at the Pear...
Even though Jordan Subban scored the first goal in the Vancouver Canucks’ preseason opener on September 23, the young defenceman won’t be playing with the team this season....
Back in June, the Vancouver Canucks launched a new slogan: “Change is Coming”. The announcement came around the same time that Willie Desjardins was hired as the new head coach,...
Pascal Cormier was raised by his father in a rural part of Quebec, but visits to his mother’s home on the South Shore—in suburban Montreal—introduced him to classic Montreal diner...
Last night, the Vancouver Canucks opened its preseason with a win—and then a loss. The team was split into two rosters, with one squad staying at Rogers Arena to host half of the...
A local lifestyle and entertainment show has ended after an 18-year run. The Rush, which was formerly called Urban Rush, will no longer be produced by Shaw TV. Host Fiona Forbes...
Vancouver’s restaurant community is banding together to support a local chef recently diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Mise en Place for Chef Tina, a fundraiser for Tina...
With one of Canada’s largest wine festivals—the Vancouver International Wine Festival—still five months away, the Arts Club Theatre’s Chef Meets B.C. Grape is a popular fall event...

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