The unsolved murder case of Janet Smith has been a favourite of true crime lovers for decades, and rightfully so. It’s a dramatic story of shoddy police work, corrupt politicians, and even the Ku Klux […]
The Museum of Anthropology’s (MOA) newest exhibit, Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers / Soñadores + creadores del cambio is now open until January 1, 2023. We had the opportunity to tour the exhibit with co-curators Jill […]
Available now, Knowledge Within: Treasures of the Northwest Coast proves itself to be a treasure in its own right. A project over a decade in the making, it’s a breathtaking compilation of over seventeen sites […]
Vancouver Farmers Markets have a lot to offer. From fresh groceries to handmade goods and even food trucks, there is something for everyone. It is easy to see why buying food from local farmers’ markets […]
With the weather getting warmer, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about your summer travel plans. Why not keep it local and see what the Nass Valley and Nisga’a indigenous communities have to offer? […]
Located just 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver at the University of British Columbia on unceded Musqueam Territory, the Museum of Anthropology houses nearly 50,000 ethnographic objects, carvings, weavings and contemporary artworks from around world, including […]
Tucked away in the Elk Valley in the southeast corner of the province of British Columbia sits the quaint mountain town of Fernie. No matter the season, Fernie, BC has all the charm and ruggedness […]
Tourism destinations and attraction in the City of Vancouver.
Travel destinations and attractions in Canada outside of the province of British Columbia.