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The Asian Pacific Post
Artists Profile: Bitu Chakma
Bitu Chakma is an interdisciplinary Canadian artist based in Vancouver. His solo show, "Cultural Collision & Magical Transformation" is currently on at the Moat Gallery at Vancouver Public Library until April 29, 2014.
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Burnaby News Leader
Burnaby bassoonist plays it forward
A Burnaby musician who got a break when he was young that helped fire his musical ambitions is hoping to give similar opportunities to aspiring bassoonists in the Philippines.
Green councillor wants whales, dolphins question on Vancouver's election ballot
A multi-story ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing despite a frantic, hours-long rescue by ships and helicopters.
Garden tour of the Pacific Northwest: George Weigel
The Oregon Garden, one of the stops on a Sept. 9-19 tour of gardens of the Pacific Northwest.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Revolution of Successful MXD Development
Start each day with GlobeSt.com's National AM Alert for original coverage of the latest transactions and trends shaping the commercial real estate industry.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Shelley Fralic: The other Vancouver Special
Ever wonder which tourist spots draw the biggest crowds? Here are Metro's top 20, ranked by number of visitors in 2013.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Exporting Vancouver's model of mixed-use development
On Granville Island, which still stands as an example of mixed-use development after 40 years, the attractions are related to food, art and boating.
Vancouver Aquarium whales should be phased out, mayor says
The Vancouver Aquarium said Wednesday that while it recognizes that Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson might have personal feelings about captive cetaceans, it believes "he might not understand the vital role belugas and dolphins play in our important conservation efforts."
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Globe and Mail
The Scout List
A Kermode bear, better know as the Spirit Bear is seen fishing in the Riordan River on Gribbell Island in the Great Bear Rainforest, B.C. Wednesday, Sept, 18, 2013.
The Abbotsford News
Use of private vehicles climbs in Abbotsford, transit use stays static
Almost three-quarters of Abbotsford's travel involves private vehicles - a number that has increased since 2008 - according to data released by the Fraser Valley Regional District .
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Vancouver in brief: April 9, 2014
Gladstone in East Vancouver is one of the three fastest-improving secondary schools in Vancouver, according to the Fraser Institute.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Blake Lively to Star in 'The Age of Adaline'
Blake Lively was spotted preparing to shoot an upcoming film, and she looked like she stepped straight out of 1970 when she first appeared on set.
Vancouver USA: First Friday art, music, wine and dine
The First Friday Art Walk in downtown and uptown Vancouver, Washington is not to be missed.
Lululemon takes London in a big way
Lululemon has taken to London with 3,100-square-foot location in the popular West End district of Covent Garden.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Brazilian artist to transform salvaged wood into furniture for Vancouver Biennale
STILL CLIMBING: Given the corporate and public service heights to which he's scaled, Ronald Cliff sure has the right family name.
This guy just won the "most times appearing on Streetview" award
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Thu Apr 03, 2014
Pique News Magazine
Hugo Franca: Telling the story of the trees
Brazilian artist Hugo Franca, who works with discarded wood to carve monumental public sculptures, was in Squamish until April 2 as part of the Vancouver Biennale.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The Georgia Straight
Vancouver horror duo Clif Prowse and Derek Lee find fresh blood in Afflicted
Living and working in the picture-book Cinque Terre region on the Italian Riviera for two months would certainly take the edge off your workload.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
In a city full of Starbucks, some Vancouver neighbourhoods have none
From a cheese-scented perfume by Cheetos to a LinkedIn page for cats to make "cat-nections," the Internet is awash in April Fool's Day pranks.
The Grandview neighbourhood tour, hosted by the Vancouver Heritage Foundation, started at Mosaic Creek Park which features a mosaic path made in 1996 as an homage to the dozens of streams that once existed in the city.