Eco-fashion = hemp, baggy dresses and scratchy cotton, right? Not any more. Vancouver, BC, designer Myriam Laroche is out to change that.
By the time I pack everything I need for a trip, there’s never enough room in my suitcase for extras—like my straightening iron and yoga mat. I know I’m not the only woman in this predicament.
Hollywood and Broadway have stolen some of Canada’s finest actors. Ryan Gosling. Kiefer Sutherland. Kim Cattrall. Mike Myers.
Vancouver International Airport—YVR—is about to get the ultimate accessibility test. In just a few weeks, 1,600 athletes and officials will deplane in Richmond, BC for the 2010 Winter Paralympic Games.
Chocolate and me, we’re a love affair that goes way back to when I was forced to pick one: alcohol, chocolate or coffee (it’s a long story). Uh, no-brainer—chocolate, please.
There’s no mistaking “The Left Coast” for any other part of Canada.
French may be one of Canada’s two official languages, but let’s be honest—the further west you go in Canada, the harder it is to immerse yourself in joual and joie de vivre.
More than 1,000 Canadian towns in 106 days: that was the epic scale of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay, the longest torch relay in history across a single country.
Vancouver, BC, February 2010: be there! Unless you’re, you know, planning on jetting to India for eye surgery.
If wowing clients is on your meeting agenda, you might want to consider booking that next VIP meeting—or board retreat—at downtown Vancouver, BC’s new Shangri-La Hotel, the
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