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Earthly Delights: Other-Worldly
New vs old in Birds of Passage; an easy look at a killer...
Your numerology cycles March 16–31
Red on red at Vimy Ridge
Butoh on the brink of The Singularity
Watching that new female super hero, more women in film and...
À la recherche de Mom perdue
"Come from Away" comes home via BAC
"39 Steps" -- farce and frisson
Your numerology cycles March 1–15
A walk in the woods with Sea to Sky Expeditions
Mark Waldbillig of Sea to Sky Expeditions can't wait to see what the new post-Olympic tourist season has in store.
Feb 22nd, 2011
Close encounter with bear at Tofino, B.C.
In beautiful Clayoquot Sound, known for its diverse wildlife and natural beauty, a black bear comes into view. Metres away, a man watches as the bear combs the shoreline for food. Both of them...
Feb 18th, 2011
After sled dogs slaughter, looking back on a journey with the dogs
In January 2009, I went sledding with my son in the back country near Whistler. It was all about the dogs.
Linda Solomon Wood
Jan 3rd, 2009
Please keep your dogs off the beach. My children are playing.
If I took up fire twirling you wouldn't want me near your children. So can't you keep your dogs out of the dog-free area?
Jan 28th, 2011
Vancouver’s vibrant veloculture
Vancouver’s cycling culture has been accused of being a dull monoculture. Nothing could be further from the truth. Vancouver’s vibrant cycling culture enriches our city’s fabulous diversity.
Average Joe Cyclist
Jan 17th, 2011
Frozen ponds and lakes pose danger in city's parks
The Vancouver Park Board is asking would-be skaters not to venture out onto frozen lakes and ponds in city parks. Most ice is too thin to support people or even pets. Recent cold temperatures have...
Jan 4th, 2011
2010 Olympics: a look back
Last winter, Vancouver played host to the Olympic games. The experience, both the good and the bad, will be etched on the heart of the city for years to come.
Linda Solomon Wood
Dec 28th, 2010
Vancouver in snow
Over the weekend, the snow fell heavily in Vancouver. Up at Queen Elizabeth Park, as much as 10 cm fell, covering the trees and grounds with a thick, heavy blanket of wet snow. Many of the trees...
Nov 20th, 2010
Google Maps gearing up to add bike directions feature in Canada
At today’s Sustainable Mobility Conference in Ottawa, spokespersons said it would be announced that biking directions will be available on Google Maps in the next few days for eight cities in...
Nov 22nd, 2010
Heart of a Dragon
"Rick Hansen doesn't own the story of disability: we're all disabled in some way."
Oct 20th, 2010