Latest COVID Safety Guidance

Until February 5, in line with the public health order updated on January 6, non-essential travel into and out of BC is not recommended. BC residents let’s do our part by continuing to stay local and support local, with your immediate household or bubble, in accordance with the latest guidelines.

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The Chowder Countdown is on… National Chowder Chowdown Festival Kicks off February 1

Photo Credit: Andres Markwart

Delicious sustainable seafood chowders are coming to restaurants, retailers, and venues in Vancouver this February as the Chowder Chowdown fundraiser transforms into a national festival, running from February 1-28. Proceeds will support the Ocean Wise sustainable seafood program.
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The Chowder Countdown is on… National Chowder Chowdown Festival Kicks off February 1

PuSh Announces Winter Set of Performing Arts Shows

Due to the continued unpredictability of the pandemic and provincial health and safety regulations, PuSh Festival will not proceed as planned. However, audiences will still have an opportunity to experience PuSh Festival Partner Presentations this winter.

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PuSh Announces Winter Set of Performing Arts Shows

Bill Reid Gallery Presents Indigenous History in Colour

Luke Parnell, Arts of the Raven, 2014, Acrylic on canvas. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid. Courtesy MKG127.

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the Western Canadian premiere of Indigenous History in Colour from February 3, 2021–May 9, 2021. This solo exhibition by Luke Parnell is a powerful exploration of the relationship between Northwest Coast Indigenous oral histories, conceptual art, and traditional form line design. Indigenous History in Colour’s multidisciplinary analysis of the shifting perspectives of Northwest Coast art in modern history challenges contemporary discourse on notions of reconciliation and representation today. Continue reading:
Bill Reid Gallery Presents Indigenous History in Colour

Family-Friendly Features at Vancouver’s Ski Hills

A family skiing together

Photo: Destination BC/Andrew Strain

Hitting the slopes with your kids this winter? All three of Vancouver’s ski hills have family-friendly features that will make your day at the resort a blast. We’ve got the details on kid-friendly ski runs, lessons, and ticket prices at Cypress Mountain, Grouse Mountain, and Mount Seymour so you can plan a family ski day.

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Family-Friendly Features at Vancouver’s Ski Hills

Taste the World with Hawksworth’s Destination Wine Dinner Series 

By now, your passport is probably longing to be stamped. While travel restrictions are still in place, let Hawksworth Restaurant whisk you away to the exotic locales that you have been missing. Continue reading:
Taste the World with Hawksworth’s Destination Wine Dinner Series