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14 Feb 2017

Gate to the Northwest Passage

When the weather is off – too wet, too slurpy-sludge – Vancouverites get cabin fever. As soon as some sun appears, we are out in droves. One of the most popular post-lockdown walks is the seawall from Kits Pool to the Planetarium. A key marker along this gorgeous stroll is

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14 Feb 2017

Aristotle + Admiral’s Hearts

If there is one person who would appreciate our love of Valentine’s Day hearts, it’s Aristotle. ‘The seat of the soul and the control of voluntary movement – in fact, of nervous functions in general – are to be sought in the heart,’ said he. ‘ The brain is an

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10 Feb 2017

The Sun Tower

If you take the glass elevator up to the tippity-top of Harbour Tower and look east, you will quickly notice a green domed building. Architect William Tuff Whiteway’s seventeen story steel, brick and terracotta building still commands the skyline, even though it is no longer the tallest building in the British

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10 Feb 2017

VIMFF 2017

When people come to visit Vancouver, they expect mountains, sea, beauty, wildlife and an abundance of outdoor sports. Many are surprised to discover the rich cultural variety and creativity that drives our city and province. The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival brings all of these these BC qualities together in nine days of

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07 Feb 2017

Jennifer Harwood

They have no faces, yet there is an intimacy in Jennifer Harwood’s dancer paintings. As it turns out, this Vancouver artist has a background as a professional dancer. “I feel I can identify with the emotional response of the body poses. I have actually mimicked the pose to get the

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