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5 Events in Vancouver This Week (May 21-27)

5 Events in Vancouver This Week (May 21-27)

Trading cards, roller rinks and so much more happening in Vancouver this week.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (January 29 to February 4)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (January 29 to February 4)

Fill your calendar with burlesque, accessing a "human library" and taking in a good old-fashioned hockey night.

The Best Things to Do on Fraser Street

The Best Things to Do on Fraser Street

Whether it's cake decorating or shopping for custom printed t-shirts or designing your own terrarium, Fraser Street is the perfect place to indulge your creativity.

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What to Do in Vancouver This Week (June 5 to 11)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (June 5 to 11)

Eat along to a Wes Anderson film, shop hop through Gastown, laugh at Powerpoint presentations and more this week.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (May 8 to 14)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (May 8 to 14)

Spot prawn feasts, beer-inspired comedy, calligraphy performances and design tours—it's shaping up to be an excellent week.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (May 1 to 7)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (May 1 to 7)

Hilariously bad literature, bird-watching with the cool kids and Cinco de Mayo celebrations should be on your to-do list for the first week of May.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Apr. 10 to 16)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Apr. 10 to 16)

A soul dance party, ethereal art, drumming workshops and more.

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Apr. 3 to 9)

What to Do in Vancouver This Week (Apr. 3 to 9)

Cherry blossoms in bloom, 1984 on the big screen, a killer climbing workout and more to keep you entertained this week.

B.C. finally has a place where you can throw axes (in Surrey)

B.C. finally has a place where you can throw axes (in Surrey)

Channel your inner Paul Bunyan. Competitive axe-throwing brand Bad Axe Throwing has hit a bullseye in the Lower Mainland