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Young Indigenous artist to present at UBC's upcoming Environment Festival

Young Indigenous artist to present at UBC's upcoming Environment Festival

Tsleil-Waututh Nation artist Gordie Dick will present a climate-conscious art workshop at the UBC-held event, designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the UN Environment Programme.
Said the Whale, Yukon Blonde play free Shipyards Festival today

Said the Whale, Yukon Blonde play free Shipyards Festival today

A day of bands, bounce houses and balloon art is coming to North Van Sept. 17
Musical tribute in Coquitlam for 'The Man in Black'

Musical tribute in Coquitlam for 'The Man in Black'

First Impressions Theatre has some of the North Shore’s best musicians to tell the story and share the repertoire of the legendary Johnny Cash.
Squamish artist combines art and ocean conservation

Squamish artist combines art and ocean conservation

Mathias Horne recently returned from New York, where his The Hidden Natural Wonders of the World paintings were displayed at the United Nations headquarters during the Global Ocean Treaty negotiations.
Local artists add colour to Metro Vancouver transit hubs

Local artists add colour to Metro Vancouver transit hubs

New series kicked off with a 'live painter' at SkyTrain stations
Does West Van's newest piece of public art have you stumped?

Does West Van's newest piece of public art have you stumped?

Two Western red cedar creatures are meant to mirror the experience of taking your child out into the community 🌲
Community centred world-class choir kicks off 25th season in West Vancouver

Community centred world-class choir kicks off 25th season in West Vancouver

The Pacific Spirit Choir is excited to make music again
Check out the winners of The Polygon's annual teen photography contest

Check out the winners of The Polygon's annual teen photography contest

Jeffer Ward's meditation on the connections created at the dinner table won first prize
Celebrate Indigenous knowledge and art at Nchem?u?s Day

Celebrate Indigenous knowledge and art at Nchem?u?s Day

Squamish Nation hereditary chiefs, elders and knowledge keepers will gather for an evening of cultural programming
Whistler Writers Festival launching oral storytelling workshop and contest

Whistler Writers Festival launching oral storytelling workshop and contest

Would-be storytellers can take workshop with Lil’wat’s Tanina Williams and submit to be one of eight presenters at festival event in October
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