Guest Member Interview: Science World

Science World joins us for a guest member interview – sharing more about their Towers of Tomorrow exhibit, Covid-19 procedures, The World Needs More Nerds fundraising campaign, and more! Continue reading:
Guest Member Interview: Science World

7 Safe and Spooky Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Vancouver


Seeing as we’ve all been wearing masks for the last eight months, it feels a bit like the entire year has been leading up to Halloween 2020. With so much lead up to the spookiest time of year, we’re itching for ways to safely celebrate, and show off our festive face coverings. Things may be a little different this time around, but why should that scare us away from participating in a safe, and socially distanced All Hallows’eve? Whether you’re planning on a family outing to Gastown, or creeping through a haunted house with a couple of your best ghouls, these are the Vancouver events that have Oujia boards rattling in anticipation. Continue reading:
7 Safe and Spooky Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Vancouver

Travel Update: October 16, 2020

Travel protocol is changing frequently, so we’ve put together an overview of travel protocols for provincial, national, international travel to Vancouver.

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Travel Update: October 16, 2020

Guest Member Interview: The Vancouver Art Gallery

The Vancouver Art Gallery shares a glimpse into new exhibitions and safety protocols to help you enjoy the Gallery! It’s the perfect time to visit the Gallery as the weather changes this fall and winter.  It’s a safe and secure space to enjoy art by yourself or with your bubble. Continue reading:
Guest Member Interview: The Vancouver Art Gallery

Discounted admission until the end of 2020 at the Museum of Vancouver

Image: MOV & Macmillan Space Centre

The Museum realizes the financial hardship faced by many at this time and is committed to breaking down barriers to access in order to ensure that everyone can enjoy, learn, and experience the stories that the collection and exhibitions tell. Continue reading:
Discounted admission until the end of 2020 at the Museum of Vancouver

Bill Reid Gallery: Resurgence – Indigiqueer Identities

Two Spirits at the Carnival Stations of the Cross. By Levi Nelson, Oil, acrylic on canvas, 2019. Private collection.

The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the exhibition Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities, curated by Jordana Luggi – which celebrates the deeply personal and profound work of four emerging artists – and their unique identities and stories as queer Indigenous people, on display October 21, 2020 – January 24, 2021. Continue reading:
Bill Reid Gallery: Resurgence – Indigiqueer Identities

Escape to Vancouver’s Spa Retreats This Fall

Vancouver spa retreats

Photographer: Corey Stovin for CHI, The Spa

With autumn in full swing, treat yourself to a spa retreat! Several spas at Vancouver hotels have reopened with COVID-19 protocols in place to offer modified treatments and services to Vancouverites and BC visitors. It’s time for some pampering!

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Escape to Vancouver’s Spa Retreats This Fall