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Queen Elizabeth Park
Vancouver Park Board approves Love in the Rain sculpture for Queen Elizabeth Park
The Vancouver Park Board approved the concept and location for the new public art sculpture last night. Bruce Voyce, a well-known and celebrated artist from Vancouver's Strathcona neighbourhood,...
May 3rd, 2016
Valentine's Day: five best places to make out
Where to kiss in Vancouver.
Oct 20th, 2011
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
Bloedel Conservatory: what's the big deal?
The Bloedel Conservatory, a local landmark since 1969, houses an assortment of exotic plants and colourful birds that can be seen for less than $5. The building might close forever, so check it out b
May 12th, 2010