Filming in Vancouver: Iko Uwais in Wu Assassins, Rachel Bilson in Take Two, The Order, and more

Indonesia’s Iko Uwais starred in The Raid: Redemption and The Raid 2.

This week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver is pretty much all about TV series in their first seasons.

Starting up is a new martial-arts series and a babysitter who is assigned a highly unusual charge. Finishing up is a cop comedy and a supernatural drama.

Here’s a quick rundown of what’s (and who’s) coming and going from Vancouver’s screen scene. Continue reading:
Filming in Vancouver: Iko Uwais in Wu Assassins, Rachel Bilson in Take Two, The Order, and more

Get Outside and Explore Vancouver with This Epic Bucket List Challenge

How does a perfect summer in Vancouver look like? It involves exploring the great outdoors! Vancouver has plenty of beautiful locations to discover – whether you want to spend your days hiking, biking or swimming, there’s so much experience. For some ultimate summer fun, Yervana and Arc’teryx have put together a Bucket List Challenge to help you make the most out of your Summer.

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Get Outside and Explore Vancouver with This Epic Bucket List Challenge

A Couple of Vancouver LGBTQ2+ Community Trailblazers Part 2: Very Reverend Dr. Gary Paterson

By Angus Praught

Very Reverend Dr. Gary Paterson and Deputy Mayor Tim Stevenson are a high-profile Vancouver couple, and champions of LGBTQ2+ rights and freedoms. For decades, they have been at the forefront of life-changing legislature and religious reforms that have helped shape Vancouver into the diverse and inclusive city it is today.

In part 2 of this series, we will be speaking with Very Reverend Dr. Gary Paterson, a senior minister at St. Andrew’s Wesley United Church in downtown Vancouver and Continue reading:
A Couple of Vancouver LGBTQ2+ Community Trailblazers Part 2: Very Reverend Dr. Gary Paterson

Things To Do in Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver’s Waterfront Neighbourhood

Situated on North Vancouver’s vibrant waterfront, Lower Lonsdale is one of North Vancouver’s oldest and fastest urban neighborhoods. With a rich shipbuilding history, the Shipyards District in Lower Lonsdale has quickly become a hub of independent shops, restaurants, specialty food stores and more. Only a 12 minute seabus ride away from Downtown Vancouver, there’s plenty of things to see and do while exploring this waterfront neighbourhood.

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Things To Do in Lower Lonsdale, North Vancouver’s Waterfront Neighbourhood

Filming in Vancouver: Riverdale, When Calls the Heart, iZombie, Supergirl, and Supernatural

The cast of Riverdale is back in town to shoot its latest season.

The influx of TV series returning to the busy streets of Vancouver continues this week, with another batch getting back on set around town.

Among them is a hit teen drama series, a Western romance-drama, a longrunning supernatural series, a gal-powered superhero series, and a zomcom-drama.

If you want to know more, then read on, but a caveat: if you haven’t caught up on all your binge-watching, let it be known that ahead there lie many a summary of season finales that have aired over the past few months. And so: spoiler alert.)

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Filming in Vancouver: Riverdale, When Calls the Heart, iZombie, Supergirl, and Supernatural

Filming in Vancouver: Keanu Reeves, Ali Wong, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and more

Keanu Reeves

This week, a romcom, featuring a cast with some of the top Asian American stars, wraps up.

But we also have the lowdown on a whole bunch of TV series that are back on local streets to shoot their latest seasons—and bringing their stars with them.

Here’s a rundown of what’s filming in Vancouver’s screen scene.

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Filming in Vancouver: Keanu Reeves, Ali Wong, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and more

A Couple of Vancouver LGBTQ2+ Community Trailblazers Part I: Deputy Mayor Tim Stevenson

Tim Stevenon

Image courtesy of GayVan.com

By Angus Praught

Deputy Mayor Tim Stevenson and the Very Reverend Dr. Gary Paterson are a high-profile Vancouver couple, and champions of LGBTQ2+ rights and freedoms. For decades, they have been at the forefront of life-changing legislature and religious reforms that have helped shape Vancouver into the diverse and inclusive city it is today.

Today we are talking to Deputy Mayor Tim Stevenson, a Canadian politician and United Church minister, Continue reading:
A Couple of Vancouver LGBTQ2+ Community Trailblazers Part I: Deputy Mayor Tim Stevenson