YOU SHOULD KNOW | More About The Stanley Park Zoo, A Vancouver Institution Until 1996

YOU SHOULD KNOW | More About The Stanley Park Zoo, A Vancouver Institution Until 1996

by Stevie Wilson | Many people will remember the 1996 closure of the Stanley Park Zoo, or recall visiting the various animal enclosures with their families – it’s only been gone for 18 years. However, that’s just enough time for a new generation to grow up without any memory of the space, and without any recognition of its last remaining relic: that long-forgotten polar bear exhibit. The story of the zoo dates back to 1888, the year Stanley Park officially opened. Henry Avison,… more 

YOU SHOULD KNOW | About The Iconic Twin Peaks Of The North Shore, “The Lions”

YOU SHOULD KNOW | About The Iconic Twin Peaks Of The North Shore, “The Lions”

by Stevie Wilson | It’s no secret that one of Vancouver’s many charms is its natural landscape. From Sunday strolls on the seawall to hikes along the… more 

DIG IT | On The Indefatigable “Helen’s Grill” – A Greasy Spoon Main St. Fixture Since ’61

DIG IT | On The Indefatigable “Helen’s Grill” – A Greasy Spoon Main St. Fixture Since ’61

by Stevie Wilson | For the past several decades the southeast corner of Main Street and King Edward has been home to Helen’s Grill, the familiar diner… more 

DIG IT | A Last Look At UBC’s 60 Year Old “Empire Pool” Before Its Total Destruction

DIG IT | A Last Look At UBC’s 60 Year Old “Empire Pool” Before Its Total Destruction

by Stevie Wilson | Though it doesn’t quite fit into the traditional concept of what a “heritage” structure should look like, UBC’s Empire Pool has… more 

YOU SHOULD KNOW | On The “Paint In” Of 1966 & The End Of The Centennial Fountain

YOU SHOULD KNOW | On The “Paint In” Of 1966 & The End Of The Centennial Fountain

by Stevie Wilson | Earlier this year it was announced that the Vancouver Art Gallery would be relocated from its current home to a brand-new structure at West… more 

DIG IT | Getting Lost Inside The Elizabethan Hedge Labyrinth Out At VanDusen Gardens

DIG IT | Getting Lost Inside The Elizabethan Hedge Labyrinth Out At VanDusen Gardens

by Stevie Wilson | Lauded as one of Vancouver’s most popular tourist attractions, the VanDusen Gardens is a beautiful spot catering to families and… more 

DIG IT | On Vancouver’s Maritime Museum, A Stunning Icon Of Mid-Century Modernism

DIG IT | On Vancouver’s Maritime Museum, A Stunning Icon Of Mid-Century Modernism

by Stevie Wilson | Opened in 1959, the Vancouver Maritime Museum is one of the most gorgeous pieces of mid-century modernist design in the city, not to… more 

YOU SHOULD KNOW | About The Kind Of City Vancouver Nearly Became In The 1960s

YOU SHOULD KNOW | About The Kind Of City Vancouver Nearly Became In The 1960s

by Stevie Wilson | The story of Vancouver is one of continuous development, and despite our city’s relatively short history it nonetheless features more than… more 

DIG IT | Sipping History In “Delamont Park”, Kitsilano’s Forgotten Micro-Neighbourhood

DIG IT | Sipping History In “Delamont Park”, Kitsilano’s Forgotten Micro-Neighbourhood

by Stevie Wilson | With its abundance of beautiful heritage homes and structures, the Kitsilano neighbourhood comes loaded with history. Case in point: the… more 

YOU SHOULD KNOW | More About The City’s Long Love Affair With The Game Of Baseball

YOU SHOULD KNOW | More About The City’s Long Love Affair With The Game Of Baseball

by Stevie Wilson | Whether you’re a diehard fan or just love a cheap hot dog, a trip to the baseball diamond is just good fun. Our city's interest in… more 

DIG IT | Peeling Back The Woody Layers Of The Legendary “Railway Club” On Dunsmuir

DIG IT | Peeling Back The Woody Layers Of The Legendary “Railway Club” On Dunsmuir

by Stevie Wilson | It is recognized as one of Vancouver’s most popular music venues and the longest continuously occupied space of its kind, but there’s… more 

YOU SHOULD KNOW | What It’s Like Inside The Dome Of Vancouver’s Iconic Sun Tower

YOU SHOULD KNOW | What It’s Like Inside The Dome Of Vancouver’s Iconic Sun Tower

by Stevie Wilson & Andrew Morrison | The Sun Tower at the corner of West Pender and Beatty Streets is one of Vancouver’s most recognizable landmarks,… more 

DIG IT | The Story Behind Mount Pleasant’s Iconic “Depencier House” On Eighth Avenue

DIG IT | The Story Behind Mount Pleasant’s Iconic “Depencier House” On Eighth Avenue

by Stevie Wilson | Known as Vancouver’s first suburb, Mount Pleasant features an abundance of heritage homes and historic buildings, many of which have… more 

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