Music, circus arts and a giant movable eagle sculpture in a free show at Cathedral Square

Note: Cathedral Flight has been postponed until 2020. Updated Sept 24, 2019. 

Cathedral Flight is a free public show Wednesday, Sept. 25 from 7:30 – 9 p.m. The show takes place at Cathedral Square in downtown Vancouver, at 566 Richards St.

Cathedral Flight mixes circus art, music, dance, and a 60-foot movable eagle sculpture. The show is a celebration of Cathedral Square featuring the structural creations of Peter Boulanger. Find out more below.

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Music, circus arts and a giant movable eagle sculpture in a free show at Cathedral Square

Stretch It Out – 9 Easy and Effective Stretches for Travellers

Photo Credit: Jana Josue

Welcome to Vancouver! You’ve been in a plane, train, or automobile for a while and it’s time to get moving and exploring. Or maybe get to your first meeting/workshop at the Convention Centre. But first, let’s get out all the kinks – travel is hard on the body!

You know what I mean. Stiff neck from sleeping at a weird angle (even with a neck pillow!) Sore back and shoulders from sitting in the awkward seats. Tight legs and hips from sitting too long. Hands and feet feeling heavy. The interesting thing is that you can feel much of the same after playing tourist and being on your feet all day. Go figure.

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Stretch It Out – 9 Easy and Effective Stretches for Travellers

Reflections

Photo: Rob Weiss

Widely recognized as an Instagrammable Hotspot, Vancouver is a photographer’s dream! How can we go wrong with spectacular beaches, a growing modern cosmopolitan skyline and a dramatic snowcapped mountain backdrop? In solidarity with my fellow “grammers,” I am constantly on the hunt for that “perfect” shot. Recently, I found myself in the heart of downtown on a beautiful, bright and sunny west coast day. As I casually strolled the city streets, I found myself captivated by a series of fascinating reflections. Voila, immediately in front of me lay a whole new way to envision our magnificent city.

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Reflections

Take a Bite Out of Shark Week at the Vancouver Aquarium

photo: Zebra Shark / Vancouver Aquarium

With replenishable teeth, six senses, and unparalleled survival skills, sharks are the ultimate aquatic predator. Saluting Shark Week, Vancouver Aquarium is inviting visitors to get up close with these fierce yet fascinating animals with a Shark Week Giveaway from Saturday, July 22 to Sunday, July 30 and a chance to experience an exclusive feeding with sharks or stingrays (‘flattened’ shark cousins). Perfect for those intrigued by sharks and stingrays, the lucky visitors will be randomly chosen upon arrival to enjoy behind-the-scenes access and dedicated time with an expert while helping feed these animals. 

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Take a Bite Out of Shark Week at the Vancouver Aquarium

Let’s Patio #onRobson! Your Passport to Summer Fun

The following article was submitted by the Robson Street Business Association.

To celebrate the arrival of summer, the Robson Street Business Association (RSBA) launches Let’s Patio #onRobson today, a passport to summer fun and rewards you won’t want to miss!

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Let’s Patio #onRobson! Your Passport to Summer Fun

Celebrate Summer Love at Vancouver Aquarium’s After Hours

Love comes in all shapes and sizes and nowhere is this more true than at Vancouver Aquarium. On Thursday, July 20, summer love takes over After Hours as guests spend quality time with their date, bestie, or pals and 50,000+ aquatic creatures during the amourous adults-only event.

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Celebrate Summer Love at Vancouver Aquarium’s After Hours

The Best Places to Find a Cab in Downtown Vancouver

photo: Google Images

photo: Google Images

populistPopulist is Vancouver’s cinematic city guide, showcasing everything that’s happening in the city through video – Your hub for where to go, what to do and who to see. Populist is run by Film and TV Producer, Rebecca Traub and Broadcast Journalist, Blanca Blandon (aka YinYang). Follow the fun at thisispopulist.com.

Although this city is best explored by foot, sometimes a taxi is necessary. If you’re in a rush to get to your destination or (as happens to us often) if your phone is dead and you can’t call for a cab – here are a few landmark destinations where you’ll be able to hail down a taxi.

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The Best Places to Find a Cab in Downtown Vancouver