Where to Enjoy Diverse and Delicious Takes on Bannock in Vancouver

Sourced from The Métis Bannock Queen

Darnell Stager, manager at Salmon n’ Bannock (7-1128 West Broadway), ate fried bannock with raisins as a child. Stager, who is urban Indigenous, meaning he was born and raised in Vancouver, connects bannock with memories of family. “I always had aunties, grandmas, and my mom making bannock. It’s a pretty common shared history with Indigenous people across the country,” he says.

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Where to Enjoy Diverse and Delicious Takes on Bannock in Vancouver

Two Vancouver Hotels Exemplify an Inspiring Commitment to Sustainability

Chef Michael Pagnacco – Fairmont Waterfront Rooftop Garden; Sourced from Fairmont Waterfront

On the rooftop of the Fairmont Waterfront (900 Pacific Place), you’ll find the loveliest of rooftop gardens, complete with a vegetable and herb garden, apple trees, and bee hives that produce hundreds of pounds of honey each year. Designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat in 2016 by the Canadian Wildlife Federation, the expansive organic garden embodies the Fairmont Waterfront’s evolving ethos related to sustainability and community.

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Two Vancouver Hotels Exemplify an Inspiring Commitment to Sustainability

[Closed] Enter to Win a Magically Immersive Cocktail Making Experience at Wizard’s Den Vancouver

Photo: @thewizardsdenbars / Instagram

Calling all witches and wizards of Vancouver!

The Wizard’s Den Vancouver is excited to announce an extension until the end of December 2021! To celebrate, we will be giving away 4 tickets to 1 lucky winner. Read on for the full details.
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[Closed] Enter to Win a Magically Immersive Cocktail Making Experience at Wizard’s Den Vancouver

Take a Self-Guided Clark Drive Brewery Bike Tour

East Van Brewing exterior

Photo: East Van Brewing

East Vancouver has really embraced the craft beer scene, earning it the nickname “Yeast Van.” This 1.8 km-long self-guided brewery tour visits five independent breweries in the Clark Drive and Venables area. Since much of it is on the Adanac bike route, it’s a great tour to do by bike or on foot.

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Pan-Asian Cuisine: Bringing Together Vancouver’s Diverse Culinary Cultures

PiDGiN – Local spot prawns, shoaling ketchup, garlic butter, and confit tomatoes; Photo: Juno Kim

“Growing up in Vancouver, I came into contact with all the different cuisines that Vancouver has to offer,” says Wesley Young, Executive Chef at PiDGiN. His parents, who had immigrated from Guangzhou, China, ran a produce store in East Vancouver, selling spinach to Indian temples, and rapini and fennel to the Italian families in the neighbourhood. Young would often go through the back door of the Korean restaurant next door to fuel up for lunch.

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Pan-Asian Cuisine: Bringing Together Vancouver’s Diverse Culinary Cultures

The Alchemist Magazine Presents Vancouver Cocktail Week 2022

Photo: Dan Toulgoet

Raise your coupes and Nick-and-Noras: The Alchemist magazine is delighted to present the first ever Vancouver Cocktail Week, March 6 to 10, 2022. Vancouver has long punched above its weight when it comes to the art of making, serving and creating world-class cocktails, and no one knows that better than the team at The Alchemist, British Columbia’s first magazine dedicated to craft cocktail culture.

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The Alchemist Magazine Presents Vancouver Cocktail Week 2022

Take a Self-Guided Langley Brewery Bike Tour

The tasting rom at Trading Post Brewing

Trading Post Brewing. Photo: Tourism Langley

If you’re into craft beer, don’t miss the cluster of craft breweries in Langley. Use our step-by-step guide to spend an afternoon biking (or driving) between tasting rooms. The 12 kilometre route visits six different breweries in Langley.

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Take a Self-Guided Langley Brewery Bike Tour

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