Photo Essay: Vancouver’s Holiday Lights

Thursday 4.January 2018

Whether we have snow or not, there is one thing that can’t be missing every holiday season besides the many ice-skating rinks and Markets to get you in the festive mood; the colourful decorations all over the city! Vancouver lights up its parks, the shopping centers certainly don’t hold back and everyone living in Vancouver […]

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Vancouver photographer Gord McKenna captured this panorama during a landscape photography course using long-exposure, a photography technique that turned the water in this picture still and the sky smooth.  

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Vancouver Real Estate News

Vancouver Real Estate: Wishful Thinking in November 2017

Despite all the doom and gloom in mortgage news and desperate world news buyers and sellers in Vancouver are still singing…’Santa baby, I’m filling my stocking with a duplex, and cheques. Sign your ‘X’ on the […]

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Vancouver Real Estate: High Demand Continues in October 2017

And the band played on… Julie and I were recently in the Halifax Maritime Museum and viewed the stories of the sinking of the Titanic.The belief was that the Titanic was indestructible, therefore did not need […]

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Vancouver Prices Rising in Every Category in September 2017

September stats on the housing market are history in the rear view mirror. Changes in the financial world are coming so fast and so furiously that historical information may not apply. Sale prices have risen in […]

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Things You Need to Know Before Buying an Old House in Vancouver

Older houses present problems for the prospective buyer. Insurers may refuse to cover, or renew policies on, houses that have not been upgraded to modern standards. What follows is a list of known issues that a […]

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Vancouver Blog

Photo Essay: Vancouver’s Holiday Lights

Whether we have snow or not, there is one thing that can’t be missing every holiday season besides the many ice-skating rinks and Markets to get you in the festive mood; the colourful decorations all over the […]

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Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition: Roundel Cafe

The Roundel Cafe is a small storefront in the middle of the block in East Vancouver’s Hastings-Sunrise neighbourhood, an area that retains an old-neighbourhood feel. Inside, the décor is old-style diner with […]

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Vancouver Film Locations: Robson Square

If you are a DC’s superheroes aficionado, you are probably familiar with Robson Square and you don’t even know about it. This Downtown plaza is very popular over at CW’s production for shooting action sequences.

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Photo Essay: Best Vancouver Ice Cream Shops

Good ice cream is something that takes years to master and once you do, your patrons will be coming back no matter what. Here’s how it looked in our personal favorite ice cream shops this summer.

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