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What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Feb. 27 to Mar. 5)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Feb. 27 to Mar. 5)

Do yoga at the Playhouse, write a love letter and embrace your inner Maritimer with our top events for this week.

Can Vancouver Crack Feminism’s Diversity Problem?

Can Vancouver Crack Feminism’s Diversity Problem?

One month after Vancouver's massive Women’s March on Washington, activists are trying to overcome their differences and keep the momentum going.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Feb. 20 to 26)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Feb. 20 to 26)

Glamour, comedy all-stars, pizza crawls and more: your guide to the best events in Vancouver this week.

7 Alternative Date Ideas Guaranteed to Impress Your Valentine

7 Alternative Date Ideas Guaranteed to Impress Your Valentine

Are you about to make a reservation at the most up-scale restaurant in town? Read this first.

The Ticket: Support Canada’s Refugees at UBC’s Annual Winter Benefit Gala

The Ticket: Support Canada’s Refugees at UBC’s Annual Winter Benefit Gala

UBC's International Relations Students Association aims to make a difference at 14th annual winter gala.

Science World’s “Science of Cocktails” Charity Fundraiser is Back and Better Than Ever

Science World’s “Science of Cocktails” Charity Fundraiser is Back and Better Than Ever

Science of Cocktails event promises to be an exciting night of food and drink—all in the name of charity.

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Do Vancouver Parks Need “Pooch Patches” and Dog-Friendly Dig Zones?

Do Vancouver Parks Need “Pooch Patches” and Dog-Friendly Dig Zones?

The Vancouver Park Board wants feedback on ideas to reduce clashes with the canine classes.

Local Hero: From Vancouver to the Front Lines of the Refugee Crisis

Local Hero: From Vancouver to the Front Lines of the Refugee Crisis

Nurse Courtney Bercan on what it's like to be on a rescue mission in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.

Big Changes Coming to Main Street

Big Changes Coming to Main Street

A slew of shop closures and a proposal for a giant tech park are poised to overhaul a central strip of Mount Pleasant.

9 Ways to Ring in the Year of the Rooster

9 Ways to Ring in the Year of the Rooster

In a city that has one of the largest Chinese New Year celebrations in the country, it's hard to know where to go (and what to eat) first. Lucky for you, VanMag has complied a list...

Q&A: Former Deputy Minister of the Environment Tom Gunton on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline

Q&A: Former Deputy Minister of the Environment Tom Gunton on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline

"The probability of a future spill is 99.9 percent, and according to their own application, they forecast a spill once every two years."