Floating Home in Coal Harbour, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Floating Home in Coal Harbour, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Floating homes have a long history on the West Coast. The first ones were log cabins on log floats built in the 1800s. Locally, most are moored in marinas or on private properties along the Fraser River in Ladner, Richmond, New Westminster and Langley. There are also 19 floating homes in North Vancouver's Mosquito Creek Marina, with plans for 16 more. The City of Vancouver has just 12 legal floating homes on Granville…
Vancouver, British Columbia
Incorporated in 1886, Vancouver is one of the youngest cities in the world; but that hasn't stopped this beautiful city from making an impact in the world. It continues to rank in the top 10 lists of most livable cities and cleanest cities.
Enjoy the experience of Vancouver's Seawall
The 8.8-kilometre Seawall is one of Stanley Park's biggest attractions, drawing sightseers and recreation enthusiasts alike.
Fred Herzog: Philosophy of photography
self portrait Fred Herzog "Photographic finesse has its place, but it can also get in the way. I was trying to show vitality. The pi...
Georgia Medical-Dental Building and Cathedral Place
Georgia Medical-Dental Building and Cathedral Place - Some Vancouver history about these two buildings, from different generations, on West Georgia Street.
Granville Island Vancouver, BC - Truly Remarkable Place | Vancouver, BC, Canada Information
This is a Vancouver, tourist attraction article on Granville Island Vancouver, BC - Truly Remarkable Place
The Coolest 90 Seconds in Vancouver | Travel British Columbia
Is there anything scarier than being on a roller coaster? Whipping along at a hundred miles an hour, dropping four hundred feet, flying backwards, and traveling upside down at warp speed. For the most part, amusement park thrill rides serve no other purpose than to scare riders with the possibility that they might not live Read More
25 vintage photos of Vancouver in the 1970s | Etcetera
Vancouver sure has changed over the past 40 years. Take a step back in time and see what life was like in the 1970s.
Aristocratic Restaurant No. 5, 1951
Aristocratic Restaurant at 2501 Granville Street at West Broadway (SW corner). Photo taken September 28, 1951. This was the fifth site for the restaurant chain, opening in 1940. This also had drive-in service in the lot behind the Village Shops building. The famous, central neon sign attributed to this building was not installed until 1960. This is probably the most remembered of all the Aristocratic sites due to its prominent location, memorable, vintage neon signage and the fact that it…