Here's an epic look at how war is being remembered in various countries, courtesy of Stanley Q. Woodvine.
He craned his head forward, as if to open his throat, and let go with a great, gavelly caw.
The only government agency in Canada to declare its love for Linux is here in B.C.
Stanley Q. Woodvine gets to the heart of one of the biggest takeovers in tech history.
This is part two of Stanley Q. Woodvine's look at the personal documents found on the SD card of a Treo 680 phone that he used between 2007 and 2013.
For a mere $7.50, the handicrafts store Michaels on West Broadway will sell you a medium-size “pumpkin” made of Styrofoam and painted either white, blue, or the more traditional orange.
This post owes its existence to the fact that in December 2017, Stanley Q. Woodvine found (and then lost) a replacement proprietary charging cable for the phone.
Like everyone else, these creatures just want a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T.
Hey! Your one-in-five chance not to win $10,000 but probably pick yourself up a few free food prizes is back.
This watercolour, pastel and ink was the bravura work of late West Vancouver artist Colin Hempsall, who turned to fine art in his late 50s.
The problem with emergency shelter beds is that they are only open overnight.
There has been surprisingly little coverage of the Port of Vancouver’s efforts, beginning in 2009, to install quayside electrical hookups at the Canada Place cruise-ship terminal.