The film production industry is alive and thriving in Vancouver:
The BMO Vancouver Marathon will take to the streets of Vancouver this coming Sunday. If you aren't participating, but
are intending to get around town you'll need to plan your route around road closures downtown and in Kitsilano until 2 p.m..
Good luck and swift feet to all the runners!
Check the BMO Vancouver Marathon web site for more details:
Coal Harbour still home to a variety of sea life, as Premier Gordon Campbell saw firsthand during a recent boat tour led by John Nightingale, president of the Vancouver Aquarium.
Story from Metronews: http://tinyurl.com/d2dcde
It was quite a weekend in Vancouver, with The Junos, The Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival and The BC
Restaurant Hall of Fame Awards to name a few high profile, high velocity events which took place in our fair city!
The 2009 BC Restaurant Hall of Fame gala was held in the new Vancouver Convention Center on Vancouver's
Coal Harbour on March 30th. The Convention Center's kitchen ...
See the inside of the newly expanded Vancouver Convention Center at their public open house this coming Saturday and Sunday, April 4th and 5th from 10-4 p.m. The green roof is looking VERY GREEN and inviting! What an exciting time to be part of the Coal Harbour Community!
FROM GLOBE AND MAIL OCTOBER 1, 2008:
"VANCOUVER -- No longer is the good old electric tram a "streetcar named retire" in Canada's third-largest city.
Fifty years after it disappeared from city streets into the great trolley barn in the sky, the streetcar is coming back to Vancouver."