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Top ten coolest things to do in Vancouver this weekend

It is time to realise your business dreams - or at least weekend plans. The Bees have got it all covered.

Fun alert! Here is your new weekly partytime guideline, again delivered by yours truly Bees team. This week we want you to rethink your (probably too high of a) rent, finally open the business of your dreams, dance the night away with Cuban salsa (Iva who just returned from the non-resort part of Cuba surely will!), or discover the historic path of sexuality in your favorite rainy city. Deal of the week: get half off at Food Talks Vol 6 if you email us!

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TOP PICKS

 

Housing Matters - First Public Screening (Kelly’s Pick)

Feb 7 | 6:30 - 9 PM | Yaletown Roundhouse Community Centre | Free

 

Do you pay too much for rent? Most people I know would say yes.

Ten young artists have created a suite of short films responding to Metro Vancouver's housing crisis. Using animation, collage, music and time-tested documentary techniques, the Housing Matters collective has created a unique and powerful work of interactive community art. This is the first public event: an evening of film, discussion and solution-building, alongside a special guest from City Hall.

 

From Idea to Open | How To Plan & Launch Your Dream Company (Miraj’s Pick)

Feb 13 | 5.30 - 8 PM | 25 East Hastings Street | $15

How long have you been dreaming about opening your own business? A few months? Several years? It's time to stop dreaming and learn what steps you need to take to plan and launch the business you've always wanted to own. You can do it – and at this exciting event, a group of inspirational experts would show you how.

 

Food Talks Volume 6 (Ajay’s Pick)

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