Lumiere to Illuminate West End’s Public Spaces Starting December 3

Luna the Lumiere Whale

Luna the Lumiere Whale

This December, experience Lumiere… an annual event inspired by light and artistic expression, driven by community and connection.

Lighting up Vancouver’s iconic West End, Morton Park and Jim Deva Plaza will come alive with a series of light art installations, performances and community building initiatives. Continue reading:
Lumiere to Illuminate West End’s Public Spaces Starting December 3

The 7 Best Pumpkin Patches In and Around Vancouver

photo: Facebook / Rondriso Farms

photo: Facebook / Rondriso Farms

populistPopulist is Vancouver’s cinematic city guide, showcasing everything that’s happening in the city through video – Your hub for where to go, what to do and who to see. Populist is run by Film and TV Producer, Rebecca Traub and Broadcast Journalist, Blanca Blandon (aka YinYang). Follow the fun at thisispopulist.com.

Finding the perfect jack-o-lantern worthy pumpkin can be challenging. Whether you seek a 5 pound or 100-pound pumpkin, fear not – there’s one out there just waiting to be picked and you’re guaranteed to find “the one” at any of the pumpkin patches on our list!

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The 7 Best Pumpkin Patches In and Around Vancouver

11 Outdoor Fall Activities To Try in Vancouver

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populistPopulist is Vancouver’s cinematic city guide, showcasing everything that’s happening in the city through video – Your hub for where to go, what to do and who to see. Populist is run by Film and TV Producer, Rebecca Traub and Broadcast Journalist, Blanca Blandon (aka YinYang). Follow the fun at thisispopulist.com.

Sun is in the forecast this week (fingers crossed it sticks around for the remainder of the month) and best believe we are going to be taking FULL advantage of it! Get out and into the city with our list of the best outdoor fall activities!

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11 Outdoor Fall Activities To Try in Vancouver

Kids In Vancouver: 5 Stroll-Worthy Seawalls In The City

Coal Harbour Seawall | Photo: Alexis Burkill (Flickr)

Coal Harbour Seawall | Photo: Alexis Burkill (Flickr)

Vancouver is rich with walking paths that weave along the city’s waterfront, but many seawall strolls are kilometres long, often too far for little feet to trek. Here are 5 seawall walks that are perfect to tackle with toddlers in tow, and each one has a fun destination at the end of the path, to keep the kids in motion while the adults enjoy the views along the way.

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Kids In Vancouver: 5 Stroll-Worthy Seawalls In The City

New Film: “Running Wild” Starring the Vancouver Rainforest, The Lions and More

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Meet ultra runner Cody Callon. If you ran in to him in the backcountry you might mistake him as an animal that belongs in the wild. Cody talks about a state of mind that is only achieved when running long distances on the trail. Perhaps this is the same state of mind that hunters would rely on when endurance hunting for survival thousands of years ago.

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New Film: “Running Wild” Starring the Vancouver Rainforest, The Lions and More

Kids In Vancouver: Teeter Above The Treetops On The Greenheart TreeWalk

Greenheart TreeWalk, UBC Botanical Garden | Photo: Bianca Bujan

Vancouver is rich with forested trails and garden-side galavants, but few destinations offer the unique opportunity to explore the outdoors from above the forest floor. The UBC Botanical Garden’s Greenhouse TreeWalk offers a thrilling, treetop perspective of the natural surroundings that BC has to offer. Here’s what you can expect from this teetering arboraceous adventure.

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Kids In Vancouver: Teeter Above The Treetops On The Greenheart TreeWalk

Evidence of Trail Fairies: An Art Gallery in the Trails of North Vancouver’s Mount Seymour

Alex and Maddy were among the first to discover the trail while walking their dog. This note became a special keepsake for Martin and Penny.

Alex and Maddy were among the first to discover the trail while walking their dog. This note became a special keepsake for Martin and Penny.

The following article was submitted by Euan Forrester, photographer and nature enthusiast.

I spent 9 months photographing 2 trail builders as they built a new mountain bike trail from scratch. Here’s a little bit about my project.

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Evidence of Trail Fairies: An Art Gallery in the Trails of North Vancouver’s Mount Seymour