Vancouver is known for a continuously expanding roster of fresh and fabulous dining choices. What better way to explore these than with Canada’s largest annual restaurant festival, Dine Out Vancouver, which will run from January 18 – February 3, 2013. For full details, check out the festival information here on the Tourism Vancouver website.
Vancouver is celebrated for its rich variety of restaurants and dining opportunities. Explore the city’s finer restaurants and tour the UBC Farm, which is where many of these restaurants obtain their fresh, local and organic produce.
Sean Petit, Mike Douglas and Leanne Pelosi headed up to the Blackcomb glacier on Blackcomb Mountain on November 8, 2012 to test out the snow. The combination of alpine snowfalls, snowmaking and cold temperatures made for great snow conditions and turns. Whistler Blackcomb Mountains are now officially open for the season, and are a scenic two-hour drive from Vancouver, BC on the Sea to Sky Highway. There are a host of other options for winter sports in the Vancouver area, including Grouse Mountain, Cypress Mountain, Mount Seymour, Mount Washington, and Sun Peaks Resort.
Masa calls his sake “Osake”, in the Japanese language, “O” is an honorific expression signifying respect and close attachment. He believes that the best sakes are crafted by hand, by natural process, and in small batches. His shop is located on Vancouver’s Granville Island (also the home of Emily Carr University of Art + Design) and is Canada’s only artisanal sake production.
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Oh, how times have changed since this footage was taken in and around Vancouver, BC in the 1950s. This video provides us with an amazing flashback to the vintage cars, homes, and fashion that made up the general surroundings during this era. One thing that hasn’t changed: the gorgeous west coast scenery.