A new local tour will help people learn more about lesser-known history of LGBT movements and communities in Vancouver.
She says that she joined the PNE many years ago because she wanted to be part of an organization that contributes to the well-being of the city and the province.
Because nothing says "O Canada!" like a heart-pounding workout.
The online service allows users to rent campsites from private landowners, increasing accessibility to the outdoors in B.C. and beyond.
From silent discos and drum circles to cannabis-toasting shindigs, here's where to fete the Great White North on July 1.
The city's answer to the Kentucky Derby is back for another day of food, fashion, and thrilling pony races this summer.
The event will see over 30 elite and up-and-coming skateboarders throwing it down for a spot in the 2018 Pro Men's Tour finals.
Taking place from June 22 to 24, the event will see more than 5,000 racers and 200-plus international teams competing in the water.
Taking place on various dates until September 10, the workshops centre on topics like community organizing, fat politics, and DIY and cooking.
The plastic- and packaging-free concept launches its first brick-and-mortar location on Wednesday (June 20).
New roommate's strange habits alarm and confuse
As the technology becomes more advanced, many are choosing to trade their 10-speeds or fixies for a modern alternative.
From convertible panniers to tie-dye bloomers, we've got picks for avid roadies and fair-weather riders alike.
Racers find their bliss on the waters around Metro Vancouver in a competitive sport with an almost meditative appeal.
The complimentary session takes place tomorrow (June 13), which is also International Axe Throwing Day.
Proud papa Gavin Dew has announced that her name is Abigail Ariella.
KitsFest is celebrating its 10th year by bringing back the much-missed bathtub races.
Circle the calendar on Sunday (June 10) for the biggest neighbourhood festival that Vancouver will see in 2018.
Imagine piazzas where locals could take a leisurely stroll in open areas on summer evenings. Or beautiful giant archways, like you see in Rome or Milan. Or statues outside buildings, like in Florence.
Three celebrations—on Denman Street, Main Street, and Commercial Drive—offer something for everyone
Organizers cited increasing costs as the reason the celebratory procession will not go on.
The Science of Pixar will give you a behind-the-scenes look on how its beloved films are made.
It's free and it's wet.
Deaf activist Landon Krentz says Canada has a long way to go in terms of deaf accessibility and inclusion.
For the first time ever, Vancouver Civic Theatres is bringing the wonder of the documentary to the stage in four unmissable shows—all part of the National Geographic Live speaker series.