Everything's different this year—but that doesn't mean everything has to stop.
In 2020, Halloween continues on—with COVID-19 safety measures in place, of course. For advice on how to have a good time during All Hallow's Eve, check out
these guidelines from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control.
And so you don't forget to have fun as well, here's our collection of articles for this season of scares.
Straight Talk Nov 2
Victims were hospitalized, and fireworks and fires caused hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damages.
Health Notes Nov 1
That led to a flurry of critical comments over social media.
Music Oct 31
When ya gotta go, ya gotta go.
Health Notes Oct 30
Be spooky but safe if you must trick-or-treat.
Movies Oct 30
Halloween or not, you really don't want to watch these.
Music Choices Oct 30
Don't blow it. Again.
Wine Beer & Spirits Oct 28
The spookiest night of the year comes with opportunities to consume wine along with a disturbing amount of miniature candy bars.
Movie Features Oct 28
There’s no denying that William Friedkin’s 1973 movie starring Linda Blair is one of the scariest movies ever made.
Movie Reviews Oct 28
Come Play isn't the first horror movie where people are stalked by an iPad app.
Wine Beer & Spirits Oct 27
From the exploding head sequence 10 minutes in, to the great intestines feast just before the end credits roll, George Romero's horror classic took violence to cartoonish extremes.
Movies Oct 27
The drive-in theatre is the perfect way to see movies these days, what with social distancing and staying safe within your bubble and all
Wine Beer & Spirits Oct 26