Health Canada was recently targeted in reducing the alcoholic energy drinks in B.C.Â It all started on May 25,Â 2012, as an article was released by Sarah Schmidt in The Vancouver Sun expressing the rise and danger of alcoholic energy drinks. Because of this, the topic of mixing energy drinks with alcoholTop 4 Reasons Alcoholic Energy Drinks Can Leave You In The Emergency Room
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
In a city where everyone is a musician, what makes you or your band special? You can make the best music and pour everything you have into your songs, but will that attract new fans? These days, is the music really enough? Sadly it isn’t. Musicians, young ones especially, shouldSell Yourself: Tips for young and new musicians
Vancouver is known to embrace change and it has even been named one of the most respectable cities around the world, and there’s a clear reason for that. Vancouver is filled with accepting people and because of this, the LGBTQ community is growing.
Yes, Vancouver has tons of gay, lesbian, andVancouver Is All About The Pride - LGBTQ Spaces for Youth
"My short skirt is not begging for it, it does not want you to rip it off me or pull it down. My short skirt is not a legal reason for raping me although it has been before it will not hold up in the new court. My short skirt,Slut Walk 2011
We've finally jumped the raincouver hurdle and now its safe to say: it's beginning to look a lot like summer, everywhere you go!
It's been a rough patch for us Vancouverites but we have seen the light in the cold, dark tunnel, (the sun that is). With this new weather hittingSummer Has Hit Raincouver - Top 7 Hot Spots!