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One of Canada's largest art fairs returns to Vancouver next month

One of Canada's largest art fairs returns to Vancouver next month

It'll include live art competitions and a runway event.
North Van artist helps spread the joy with portrait of Bhangra-dancing sensation

North Van artist helps spread the joy with portrait of Bhangra-dancing sensation

Artist Emily Rubin, who was inspired by a Bhangra-dancing Yukoner’s message of joy, has been getting some of those good vibes returned after thousands of people responded to her artwork posted on social media.
Metro Vancouver writers can win money for stories, poetry

Metro Vancouver writers can win money for stories, poetry

Royal City Literary Arts Society's Write On! contest is open until May 1.
Deep, Dark and Dangerous: Newtsuit on display as MONOVA hosts first in-person event

Deep, Dark and Dangerous: Newtsuit on display as MONOVA hosts first in-person event

Maritime historian Vickie Jensen and Newtsuit inventor Phil Nuytten are in conversation at MONOVA Thursday (March 31).
Douglas Coupland’s Rabbit Lane exhibition set to open at West Van Art Museum

Douglas Coupland’s Rabbit Lane exhibition set to open at West Van Art Museum

Artist Douglas Coupland's new exhibition, Rabbit Lane, is inspired by his 1998 novel, Girlfriend in a Coma, set in West Vancouver.
Indigenous youth to learn about the film industry

Indigenous youth to learn about the film industry

Squamish actor-producer hosting workshop for Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) youth.
Search and Rescue: North Shore docu series nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

Search and Rescue: North Shore docu series nominated for Canadian Screen Awards

Prestigious awards to be handed out April. 4
Vancouver researchers develop a 'coating' for your clothes that can ward off viruses like COVID-19

Vancouver researchers develop a 'coating' for your clothes that can ward off viruses like COVID-19

The coating could be used to fight everything from E. Coli to stinky armpits
A night of toe-tapping jazz to hit a high note in Squamish

A night of toe-tapping jazz to hit a high note in Squamish

Connor Lum Jazz Quintet concert on Saturday, Feb. 26 at Eagle Eye Theatre.
Lions Gate nurses spotlighted in Squamish VIMFF film

Lions Gate nurses spotlighted in Squamish VIMFF film

'Frontlines' shows health-care workers' relationships to climbing amid the pandemic
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