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This Robotic Furniture Opens Up the Possibilities of Small-Space Living

This Robotic Furniture Opens Up the Possibilities of Small-Space Living

One day you'll be able to hack your square footage with this transforming (and kind of magical) piece of furniture.

The Ticket: Eat, Play and Learn at the Indian Summer Festival

The Ticket: Eat, Play and Learn at the Indian Summer Festival

When the world of culinary excellence meets sophisticated conversation, everybody wins.

Best Events in Vancouver July 2017

Best Events in Vancouver July 2017

What to do in Vancouver this month.

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

The $200-million park planned for Northeast False Creek could become a glittering urban gem—and another dividing line between rich and poor.

5 Things You Need To Know About The Empty Homes Tax

5 Things You Need To Know About The Empty Homes Tax

Your FAQ on everything from interesting exemptions to potential penalties.

Opinion: It’s Time To Update How We Plan Our City

Opinion: It’s Time To Update How We Plan Our City

The innovation economy has changed the way we live and work—our land-use strategies need to catch up.

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Throwback: Lobster Claws, Racecars and Miss Teen Vancouver

Throwback: Lobster Claws, Racecars and Miss Teen Vancouver

For Vancouver magazine's 50th year, we're taking a look back through the archives and sharing a few classic covers each month.

The Ticket: Chat with Vancouver’s Top Foodies at YVR Food Fest

The Ticket: Chat with Vancouver’s Top Foodies at YVR Food Fest

Join chefs Angus An, Andrea Carlson and more at the second annual Food for Thought speaker series.

Another Vancouver Alleyway May Be Transformed into a Vibrant Public Space

Another Vancouver Alleyway May Be Transformed into a Vibrant Public Space

With a little bit of artistic vision, elbow grease and $35,000, even the dreariest of alleyways can get the makeover of a lifetime.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (June 26 to July 2)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (June 26 to July 2)

Relive your high school prom, party like it's 2167 and sample the city's best street food.

Summer Camp Gives Refugee Kids a Chance to Connect

Summer Camp Gives Refugee Kids a Chance to Connect

UBC students behind the East Vancouver Newcomer Camp draw on the power of sport to help kids feel at home.

Condo of the Week: A Bright, Commercial Drive Condo (With a Yard!)

Condo of the Week: A Bright, Commercial Drive Condo (With a Yard!)

Let Fido run free while you sip cocktails on your secluded patio.