April 16th, 2011 was the 4th annualÂ Record Store Day, and for many record stores local to Vancouver, it translated to live bands and superb sales.
Throughout the day, many of Vancouver's most popular record shops played host to a magnificent celebration of the Vancouver independent music scene. Shops likeÂ Neptoon RecordsÂ on MainRecord Store Day 2011
Premier Gordon Campbell addressed the Union of B.C. Municipalities annual convention on October 1 discussing many ways in which to move British Columbia's economy forward. Topics such as extending the Skytrain through Surrey to Langley, providing additional funds for cycling paths and sidewalks, and donating $1 million to communities hostingYouth on BC's Minimum Wage
Hey Y57 fanatics! Are you interested in developing your Media Arts skill set or helping youth learn about social technologies? W2 (Woodwardï¿½s 2) is offering professionally taught, interactive youth workshops from July 26th to August 25th from 9:30am to 4:00pm. These camps are intended to increase youth participation in modernAre you interested in developing your Media Arts skill set or helping youth learn about social technologies?
The Parish of Little Clifton is the project of multi-instrumentalist and Agassiz, BC native, Simon Bridgefoot. The first collective sounds to come out of this project came about with his previous EP entitled Haselnus which was released on the local digital label Cultus Vibes. His next release came in theRecord Review: 'Portia' - The Parish of Little Clifton
On Wednesday, March 14, I went to â€œWhat Does the Insite Decision Mean?â€, a public talk by Monique Pongracic-Speier, the lawyer who led the court cases for keeping InSite open against challenges from the Conservative government.
Pongracic-Speier began the talk by giving a brief outline of the Downtown Eastsideâ€™s history withWhat Does the Insite Decision Mean? A Public Talk by Monique Pongracic-Speier
The City of Vancouver is preparing for the 2011 â€“ 2012 winter season, and are looking for some help. You can lend a hand by keeping sidewalks clear of ice and snow.
The City of Vancouver requires all property owners and occupants (tenants) to clear ice and snow from the sidewalksBecome a Volunteer Snow Angel