Five Vancouver Studios Offering Online Yoga and Fitness Classes

Woman meditating at home. Vancouver studios offering online yoga classes.

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Temporary studio closures in Vancouver mean we can’t go to class, but that doesn’t mean class is cancelled. Many Vancouver yoga and wellness studios are bringing class to us… online! So roll out your mat to flow, tone and meditate from home with these digital class offerings.

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Five Vancouver Studios Offering Online Yoga and Fitness Classes

7 Perks of a City Staycation + Enter to Win a Weekend Stay at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre!

Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre city staycation

Photo: Mark Newman

While 2020 has been the year of sticking close to home, sometimes you’ve got to get out of the house! A city staycation can give a chance to celebrate a special occasion, show some love to the city, and not have to worry about cooking for a couple of days.

Vancouver’s hotels are welcoming guests with all COVID-19 health protocols in place, including distancing measures and a “commitment to clean” like no other. I recently spent a weekend at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre. I’ve shared my experience and the perks of a city hotel staycation.

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7 Perks of a City Staycation + Enter to Win a Weekend Stay at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre!

ComeBack to Attractions: Vancouver Attractions Welcome Locals Back

You likely don’t need to be reminded of what a fantastic city we live in, with so much to explore right in our own backyard. Now that local attractions are beginning to reopen their doors, it’s an excellent chance to freshen up on why Vancouver is so highly regarded.

Before we can welcome the rest of the world to come back, we want to invite locals to get reacquainted with all the reasons why we love this city. Here are just a few of the attractions and activities waiting for you when you’re ready to venture out beyond your neighbourhood and be a tourist in your own town. Continue reading:
ComeBack to Attractions: Vancouver Attractions Welcome Locals Back

Vancouver Voted Friendliest City in the World!

Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Hubert Kang

Thanks to Vancouver’s open and progressive culture, the city is no stranger to topping out in polls, having won spots in lists such as; Best Cities for Students, World’s Most Bike-Friendly Cities, and Best Cities in the World.

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Vancouver Voted Friendliest City in the World!

10 Years, 10 Questions, 1 Grand Prize: Convention Quest

Vancouver Convention Centre awarding a 10-out-of-10 Vancouver Experience with 10th Anniversary Contest ‘Convention Quest’

How would you like to spend a day treated to a VIP Vancouver experience, starting with travel from wherever you are in the province of BC to a day filled with locally-flavoured excitement, fine dining and one of the biggest sporting matches hitting the city this summer?

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10 Years, 10 Questions, 1 Grand Prize: Convention Quest

Vancouver, He Loves You. Meet Local Musician, Devours

 

By Rachel Rosenberg

Devours, aka Jeff Cancade, is originally from Nanaimo, but has lived in Vancouver since 2010. His star is rising quickly as a local indie musician, prolifically popping up at shows all over – 50 in the last 3 years, performing at venues such as The Toast Collective, The Biltmore Cabaret, and the no-longer-with-us Cobalt. This past spring, he toured Vancouver Island and Eastern Canada with fellow local performer Kellarissa. We spoke to Devours about the indie music scene in Vancouver.

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Vancouver, He Loves You. Meet Local Musician, Devours

Mina Shum’s Vancouver Favourites

With five award-winning feature films under her belt – as well as several shorts, documentaries, TV shows, art installations and essays – Mina Shum has become known for crafting intensely raw stories that dive deep into the relationships people have with each other, the world and themselves.

 

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Mina Shum’s Vancouver Favourites