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Where to Buy Local Food in Vancouver

Wednesday 22.February 2017

“People think food just appears,” says Nicole Robins, owner of North Vancouver’s Sprout Organic Market. In actuality, the food we eat is still grown on farms. Much of it comes from far away, shipped from around the world by ships and planes, with attendant problems in freshness, chemical exposure and production practices. One alternative is […]

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Vancouver Photo Of The Week

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Vancouver photographer yashima captured one of the leading convention centers in the world which is home to over 500 events a year - at dusk. Thank you for this splendid shot!

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Vancouver Real Estate News

The End of the Gold Rush Housing Boom in Vancouver

The sales numbers are down mainly due to the fall off in detached sales as there still is demand for certain products

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2016 the Third Highest Selling Year of Metro Vancouver Housing Market

A new day has dawned. Just not the one that all the pessimists were expecting. Properties have come off their mid-2016 highs; numbers of sales have declined from the end of 2015. Given that sales were already […]

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Why the Foreign Buyers Tax Isn’t Solving Vancouver’s Housing Crisis

Brenda Kinnear  Legislated into effect on August 2 2016, with the hope that it would cool down the Lower Mainland’s property market, with its sky high prices and empty houses, the Foreign Buyers Tax adds 15 […]

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Vancouver Market in November 2016: Detached Home Sales Dropped

It’s a Blue Christmas for detached homeowners across Metro Vancouver. It’s challenging for sellers to become accustomed to the new normal after the historic rise in prices and sales over the past two years. […]

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Vancouver Blog

Where to Buy Local Food in Vancouver

“People think food just appears,” says Nicole Robins, owner of North Vancouver’s Sprout Organic Market. In actuality, the food we eat is still grown on farms. Much of it comes from far away, shipped from around […]

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Photo Essay: Vancouver Gardens You Can Visit All-Year-Round

There is nothing like having a walk surrounded by nature on a dreary day. If you think Vancouver’s gardens are worth visiting only in spring or summer, you will be surprised – our city’s climate allows to […]

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How to Avoid Vancouver Traffic Jams – Updated!

Vancouver is regularly named the most congested city in Canada. This designation is mostly due to the heavy commuter flow across the limited number of bridge crossings entering the city’s downtown core – a […]

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Vancouver’s Best Gluten-Free Bakeries

More people are opting for gluten-free nowadays, whether it’s for wheat disorders or simply for health reasons. Fortunately, Vancouver has a selection of certified gluten-free bakeries that offer a wide range of […]

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