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Jan 4, 2020

A new pollinator garden is building buzz in Metro Vancouver | Urbanized - Daily Hive

FortisBC in Metro Vancouver last month. FortisBC staff looking at newly planted pollinator garden/FortisBC Located at the foot of Burnaby Mountain trail on the greenspace near the intersection of Broadway and Underhill Avenue, the new garden was designed to attract and support local pollinators. According to Elle, the best time to visit the new garden will be next spring/summer when many of its plants flower. Metro Vancouver’s new pollinator garden is made up of nine different species of plants chosen specifically because pollinators are wild about them. This includes 15 vine maples and hundreds of flowering shrubs and bushes. We’re talking about red elderberry, mock orange, snowberry, thimbleberry, vine maples, Saskatoon serviceberries, yarrow, Nootka rose, and Oregon grape — all of the things a buzzing bee population might need. “This is about so much more than the honeybee. It’s about amazing biodiversity. By planting a diversity of plants, you’re going to support more of that diversity of pollinators, more of those 450 species of bees,” explains Elle. “I would like to see more organizations consider creating pollinator gardens like this when they are completing restoration work – it can really make a big difference.” Elle notes that the plants FortisBC has chosen will provide amazing habitats for pollinators, as well as the food that they need to survive and raise their offspring. “It’s really important for the functioning ecosystem and to protect the pollinators that produce the food that we eat, that the bears eat, and that the birds eat.” Hoping to do your bit to support local wild bee populations at home? You could start by planting pollinator plants like fleabane, spider flowers, foxgloves, artichokes, hollyhocks, and sunflowers. Professor Elizabeth Elle at the newly planned pollinator garden on Burnaby Mountain/FortisBC FortisBC funded the garden as a way to say thanks to the community for its patience during construction on its gas line upgrades in the area. The...

Dec 28, 2016

60 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, December 4

Make-A-Wish candle grotto, and photos with Santa. Heritage Christmas at Burnaby Village Museum features light displays, vintage shop-window displays, a visit with Father Christmas, live entertainment, fresh heritage baking, kids' crafts, a sing along, and a scavenger hunt. The Vancouver Christmas Market continues at Jack Poole Plaza, featuring traditional German cuisine, mulled wine, gingerbread, German beer, a Christmas pyramid, a large heated tent overlooking the North Shore, entertainment, a carousel, and vendors selling gifts and treasures. The Western Front’s annual Toque fundraiser and craft fair showcases over 25 local artists and designers specializing in textiles, ceramics, jewellery, books, bags, and candles. Two-day Christmas market at the WISE Hall features crafts by local artisans, as well as food trucks. Shop for holiday gifts while enjoying smoked salmon and bannock at the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre's two-day Aboriginal Arts and Crafts Fair. Browse curated design and handcrafted goods made by over 80 local makers and artisans at the Pipe Shop's two-day Etsy Vancouver Winter Market. The two-day Deck the Hall Fair at Heritage Hall features jewellery, pottery, body care, woodcraft, knitwear, original artwork, unique up-cycled items, preserves, and candy. Celebrate Chanukah at the Jewish Community Centre with live entertainment, arts and crafts, an olive-oil making demonstration, a science-light interactive show, and food. Enjoy an afternoon of local vendors, music by DJ Xdarmonx and DJ Ham Sandwich, drink specials, and food at the Lido Holiday Market. Celebrate the season with hot chocolate, homemade baked goods, carolling, and visits with Santa at Coquitlam's Mackin House Museum. Browse through 175 tables and booths of vintage and estate jewellery, dolls and toys, decorative pottery, paintings and prints, and antiquarian books at the Croatian Cultural Centre's Retro Design & Antiques Fair. KIDS' STUFF The Rogers Santa Clause Parade in downtown Vancouver features marching bands, dance troupes, festive floats, and community groups. The parade begins at West Georgia and Broughton, travels east along West Georgia, turns south on Howe, and finishes at Howe and Smithe. Help Santa search for his missing elves during an exhilarating simulated flight-r... ( (blog))

Dec 2, 2016

Nesters Market opening by Kelowna airport today

Starbucks, with more to come this month. Nesters Market was founded in 1987 in Whistler and has since went on to open in Burnaby, Surrey, Vancouver, Summerland, Squamish and Banff, Alta. With a bakery, deli, produce section and fresh flowers, Nesters Market will offer many services to residents and visitors in the area. The official opening ceremony for the new store will be held on Nov. 30 at noon with a ribbon cutting and short ceremony. A grand opening celebration will follow on Saturday. Stay tuned for more information from KelownaNow. (KamloopsBCNow)

Nov 24, 2016

56 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, November 20

Heritage Christmas at Burnaby Village Museum features light displays, vintage shop-window displays, a visit with Father Christmas, live entertainment, fresh heritage baking, kids' crafts, a sing along, and a scavenger hunt. The 44th annual Christmas at Hycroft features live entertainment, unique boutiques, traditional treats, and visits with Santa. Swedish Christmas Fair at the Scandinavian Community Centre features over 30 vendors offering a wide range of products to purchase for the family, home, Christmas celebration, and gift giving. Browse the work of over 60 artisans in a variety of media and styles at a Fall Art Show and Sale at the South Surrey Rec Centre. Pop-up craft fair at St. Thomas More Collegiate features more than 100 juried vendors, door prizes, baked goods, a bistro, a book fair, and kids' activities. Over 28 curated artisans sell fashion, pottery, jewellery, art, home decor, body care, and baby items at Fort Langley Community Hall. Eastside Flea Holiday Market at the Ellis Building features over 50 local vendors, three food trucks, a live DJ, seasonal drink specials, pinball, and pool. Shop for items created by over 60 talented crafters at the West End Community Centre's Holiday Craft Fair. Blim Market at Heritage Hall features 50 local artisans specializing in jewellery, vintage, original apparel, baked goods, handmade goods, and accessories. FlyOver America is a 10-minute flight-simulation ride at Flyover Canada that features beautiful landscapes of the U.S., including Hawaii, Alaska, and New York. FASHION The fifth annual Vancouver Alternative Arts and Fashion Week at the Chinese Cultural Centre showcases designers, visual artists, performers, and musical acts. Bridal show at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver features a haute-couture fashion sho... ( (blog))

Nov 3, 2016

Hundreds attend Vancouver funeral for slain Hells Angel Bob Green

Langley road Oct. 26, while Hells Angel prospect Mohammed Rafiq, 43, was wounded in a targeted shooting in Burnaby the same day.Green, 56, was a giant in the Hells Angels — influential, powerful and charismatic.He started off as an East End Hells Angel more than 20 years ago, before joining the elite Nomads chapter when it formed and then more recently moving the Mission chapter.He lived in North Burnaby, was married and was the father of six children.Police who dealt with him said he was generally pleasant and easygoing, unless he was drinking.“He was always out on the town and maintained a very high profile. And for the most part, he was friendly to deal with, unless he got pissed,” a retired biker cop said.Before the funeral began on Saturday, bouquets of flowers and wreaths were arriving at the hall from around the world.Photos of Green over the years were put up on display. Bikers had spent the morning decorating the hall.Yellow caution tape was put up along Fraser Street so that the procession of Harley riders would have somewhere to park once they arrived.The procession or “ride” in his honour began hours before the service, with bikers meeting up at the Coquitlam clubhouse owned by the Vancouver chapter, before heading to the East End chapter and on to the banquet hall.Junior members of the Hells Angels and Jesters — known as prospects — were in charge of parking and security outside the hall.Mourners were told when they arrived to turn their cellphones off and to not record the speeches out of respect for the family and the Hells Angels.It was all over by 4 p.m., with some mourners headed off to a Hells Angels clubhouse for an after party.Vancouver Police Staff Sgt. Randy Fincham said that there was “nothing of note at the funeral.”He said before the event that police were monitoring to ensure public safety.“As the Hells Angels are a criminal organization, the VPD has plans in place to reduce the risk to the public. Public safety remains our primary concern,” Fincham said.kbolan@postmedia.comblog: ... (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

May 3, 2016

Metro Vancouver Mother's Day Guide 2016

Reflect Social Dining + Lounge, located at 6083 McKay Avenue, Burnaby. Their brunch menu includes a variety of breakfast items (pastries, croissants, yogurt, fruit), a seafood boat and oyster bar, a sushi station and an eggs benedict station. The Wild Fig, located at 405 North Road, Coquitlam. Their brunch includes a variety of delicious salads, freshly baked goods, deli meats, poached salmon, dim sum, and an omelette station. What to Do From high tea drinking to picnics in the park—here are a few ideas of activities you can do to celebrate the holiday. Mother’s Day Community BioBlitz, check out Stanley Park (starting at Lumberman’s Arch) from 10am to 2pm for a walking tour that invites guests to help identify as many species as possible. Mother’s Day High Tea To Go, pick up all the items you need for a special at-home tea party or picnic to make mom’s day unforgettable. Mother’s Day at VanDusen Garden, enjoy 55 acres of trails, lakes and flowers at this beautiful garden. There will be live music, a photo booth and an outdoor pop-up café—or you can bring your own picnic lunch! Fairmont Mother’s Day Run, get some exercise with mom and sign up for a 3K, 5K or 10K run that will take you through Stanley Park. Treat Her to a Spa Day, mom’s need pampering more than anyone! Take her to one of Vancouver’s luxurious spas, such as Absolute Spa, Spa Utopia, or Skoah. (604 Now (blog))


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