And the band played on… Julie and I were recently in the Halifax Maritime Museum and viewed the stories of the sinking of the Titanic.The belief was that the Titanic was indestructible, therefore did not need lifeboats for every passenger. When the rescue ship Carpathia that was 4 hours away arrived on the scene the […]
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The Trans Canada Trail was initiated in 1992 as a project to celebrate Canada's 125th anniversary. Stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific and the Arctic oceans, it became the world’s longest network of recreational trails. The North Vancouver section begins at the Sea Bus terminus at Lonsdale Quay. Photo by leolaub.
And the band played on… Julie and I were recently in the Halifax Maritime Museum and viewed the stories of the sinking of the Titanic.The belief was that the Titanic was indestructible, therefore did not need […]
September stats on the housing market are history in the rear view mirror. Changes in the financial world are coming so fast and so furiously that historical information may not apply. Sale prices have risen in […]
Older houses present problems for the prospective buyer. Insurers may refuse to cover, or renew policies on, houses that have not been upgraded to modern standards. What follows is a list of known issues that a […]
As the world was falling down around us with wildfires, hurricanes, terrorism, violent political demonstrations Vancouver real estate just skipped along to yet higher prices overall and extraordinary demand in the […]
If you are a DC’s superheroes aficionado, you are probably familiar with Robson Square and you don’t even know about it. This Downtown plaza is very popular over at CW’s production for shooting action sequences.
Good ice cream is something that takes years to master and once you do, your patrons will be coming back no matter what. Here’s how it looked in our personal favorite ice cream shops this summer.
West Point Grey is bordered by 16th Avenue to the south, Alma Street to the east, English Bay to the north, and Blanca Street to the west. According to the City of Vancouver, the Musqueam people lived in this […]