There's a reason why the Okanagan city is called the endurance-sport capital of B.C.
From September 13 to 18, lovers of B.C. craft beer will have a chance to sample the very best of these brews along with a series of activities and events.
What’s better than getting a free coffee and cookie just by arriving by bike?
A professional who knows what potential problems to look for can save you money down the road
Yi-an Lou’s critically acclaimed Goddamned Asura is the opening film in the 16th annual event, which runs from August 5 to 7 in theatres and from August 8 to 14 online.
The headliners at the August 12 to 14 event include the Offspring, Mother Mother, Marianas Trench, and Walk off the Earth.
It's multidisciplinary, free, and focused on artistry that's linked to land, water, and relational justice.
The other headliners from August 12 to 14 at Ambleside Beach are Canadian sensations Mother Mother, Marianas Trench, and Walk off the Earth.
Throughout the 12-day festival, attendees can catch performances from the Pacific Baroque Orchestra, violinist David Greenberg, cellist Christina Mahler, soprano Ellen Torrie, violinist Chloe Kim, and many others.
At ReBIRTH Studio in Vancouver (Suite 140-1020 Mainland Street), folks can detoxify, heal trauma, and improve their body’s natural restorative abilities.
On July 30 and 31, Vancouver’s historic Japanese Canadian neighbourhood will be filled with contemporary and traditional music, dance and theatre, food booths, martial arts demonstrations, and more.
The lineup shines the spotlight on insightful speakers, award-winning filmmakers, and boundary-pushing performers like South Asian and Indigenous DJs.