City officials have posted notices at the Occupy Vancouver site asking protesters to â€œimmediatelyâ€ pack up their tents and belongings and remove them from the Vancouver Art Gallery plaza.
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Occupy Vancouver Day 13 at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
This weekend the Occupy Wall Street movement went global, several thousands Vancouverites occupied the Vancouver Art Gallery.
A cultural celebration of all things Taiwanese, TaiwanFest aims to burst stereotypes by showcasing the rich diversity in both modern and traditional Taiwanese music, dance, film, food, and arts.
Join fellow bicyclists, skaters, and bladers for this leisurely and spirited celebratory ride and roll through the streets of Vancouver. Meet at the Vancouver Art Gallery on the Georgia Street side between 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. — and roll and ride at 6:00 p.m. The ride is on rain, shine, or snow! Decorated bicycles, trailers, signs, flags, noisemakers, gettoblasters, sound systems, drums, and wildly modified bicycles are all highly encouraged!
Thousands of Vancouver Zombie Walk pariticipants gather at the Vancouver Art Gallery to stumble down Robson Street.
Thousands of zombies reported in downtown Vancouver!
Ladies and Gentlemen, the 2010 Vancouver Zombiewalk has been officially announced for August 21st 2010 at 4:30 PM!
Police in downtown Vancouver watched helplessly from the sidelines Saturday afternoon as an army of the living dead gathered en mass to search for nourishing human brains.
On the south side of the Vancouver Art Gallery at 750 Hornby Street, participants gathered for the Vancouver Zombie Walk — a growing annual event that has become known as the New Years celebration of the Goth community.
“We are protesting human stupidity,” parade marshal Ashton Green said Saturday. “We are protesting all the things that will lead to an apocalypse – zombie or otherwise.”