From silent dance parties to cannabis fetes, here are the best shindigs around town celebrating our nation's sesquicentennial.
Bramwell Tovey has written a cycle of songs exploring First Nations themes.
Are we in a second Gilded Age? This case is argued by two of the more than 40 intellectuals who contributed to a new book published by UBC's Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies.
An ongoing light show at night, a francophone festival, and a celebration of multiculturalism are all on tap in coming days.
Each day in the concert series will follow a subgenre, such as New Orleans jazz, modern jazz, swing-era traditional jazz.
The Cannabis Culture Five will be back in court on June 26 and, hopefully for their fans, at the annual marijuana celebration in Vancouver on July 1.
Her passion for fostering indigenous causes is driven by her traditional upbringing on the northwest coast as well as her early experiences in urban centres.
The outdoor party will feature musical acts such as Camaro '67, Leisure Club, Gang Signs, Supermoon, Jessicka, and Jody Glenham and the Dreamers.
The celebratory line includes bottle openers, coolers, and coasters adorned with Hudson's Bay's iconic stripes.
The funding will support 23 new community projects in celebration of the country’s big birthday.
Menu items include berry scones served in wooden boats and paddles, and beaver tails.
The parade is part of a two-day series of events celebrating Canada's freedom, values, and diversity.