If you’ll be enjoying a ‘staycation’ this summer, why not transform your backyard into a four-star resort with these fast, inexpensive and easy-to-do projects to create your own outdoor retreat.
Considered one of the top ten public gardens in North America, VanDusen Botanical Garden is a scenic 55-acre botanical garden – a living museum of plants collected from around the world and artistically displayed amidst rolling lawns, woodlands and five tranquil lakes.
Vancouver’s newest jewel of a waterfront park is open! George Wainborn Park is located downtown off Pacific Boulevard at the foot of Richards Street.
Maclean’s magazine unveiled its influential and controversial 2010 university rankings on Wednesday, and little has changed at the top.
Whether you are planning on buying a home or already own a home, here are 10 grants & rebates that will help you save money!
While Canadian households may be setting new highs in debt-to-income ratios, the country’s corporations, governments and citizens are in a much stronger position to handle that risk, a new report from the Bank of Nova Scotia said Thursday.
Located between the North Shore mountains and the Pacific Ocean, West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a short drive across the Lion’s Gate Bridge from downtown Vancouver.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is the largest city in the province of British Columbia and the third largest city in Canada with a population of over 600,000, but Vancouver’s Greater Area totals more than 2 million people today.
Grind For Kids is a new event that leverages the enthusiasm of the thousands of people in the Lower Mainland that do the Grouse Grind™ on a regular basis. People sign up and ask friends, family and co-workers pledge $1 or more for every Grouse Grind they do between June and October. At the end of the season participants will share their success with the people who have pledged them and request they fulfill their pledges.
The Grouse Grind is Vancouver’s most used trail and is renowned for its challenge in requiring physical strength and endurance in order to make it to the top. In less than 3km, the trail climbs more than 850m. Due to the large number of people that use this trail, primarily for exercise, maintenance workers have had to build wooden stairs on much of the path in order to prevent further erosion from overuse.