Vancouver’s Mott 32 Promotes Sustainability by Offering Plant-Based Chinese Dishes

Photo: Leila Kwok

With the upcoming Lunar New Year, many diners may wish to start 2023 by shifting to more plant-based eating. One option is Mott 32, which features a plant-based menu and a commitment to sustainability and to greater environmental consciousness.

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Vancouver’s Mott 32 Promotes Sustainability by Offering Plant-Based Chinese Dishes

Head to the Farmer’s Market This Winter in Vancouver

Vegetables at a farmers' market

Photo: Shelley Pauls/Unsplash

With cooler weather on the way, many of Vancouver’s farmers’ markets are done for the year. But don’t worry: you can keep shopping for local veggies, baked goods, crafts, and artisan products all winter at these local farmers’ markets.

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Head to the Farmer’s Market This Winter in Vancouver

Vancouver’s Beaty Biodiversity Museum Showcases Island Conservation

Photo: Christopher Mortenson – Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Beaty Biodiversity Museum, located on the University of British Columbia main campus, is an under-the-radar gem. From now until October 23, 2022, it houses a transformative exhibition that invites visitors to perceive and interact with their local environment and their planet differently.

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Vancouver’s Beaty Biodiversity Museum Showcases Island Conservation

Vancouver’s Kickstand and Our Community Bikes Make Cycling Accessible to All

Kickstand; Photo: Caleighkats

Vancouver is an incredibly bike-friendly city, with a comprehensive network of bike lanes, a bike sharing system, and a supportive community committed to cycling. Nonetheless, even though cycling is a more affordable mode of transportation compared to driving, there are still many barriers. Fortunately, Vancouver organizations are making biking even more inclusive and accessible to everyone in the city.

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Vancouver’s Kickstand and Our Community Bikes Make Cycling Accessible to All

Vancouver’s BetterTable.ca: Reducing Food Waste in the Hospitality Industry

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According to Ben Liegey, CEO and Co-Founder of Vancouver’s BetterTable.ca, avoidable food waste in Canada costs $49 billion a year, with $7 billion coming from the hospitality industry alone.

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Vancouver’s BetterTable.ca: Reducing Food Waste in the Hospitality Industry

Support Local Farmers and Producers at Vancouver Farmers Markets

Photo: Vancouver Farmers Markets (Kitsilano Market)

Vancouver Farmers Markets have just launched their spring season, with various markets open all across the city. These vibrant local food hubs have a long and proud history in this city that began nearly three decades ago. Continue reading:
Support Local Farmers and Producers at Vancouver Farmers Markets

8 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver

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Vancouver is a fantastic place to live, work, and play, but it needs help for our city to continue thriving. Earth Day is a chance to reflect on our relationship with Mother Nature and do our parts to preserve and protect our health, our families, and our livelihoods. Continue reading:
8 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver