The Museum of Vancouver’s new exhibit All Together Now: Vancouver Collectors and Their Worlds examines not only curious objects, but the personal motivations of the individuals who collect them.
A colourful roster of carts, selling everything from churros to fresh flowers, will grace the square daily to ensure that there’s something for everyone—whether you’re staying to watch live cultural performances, or simply picking up goodies to take home.
In the valley that extends between the Canadian Rocky Mountain and the Columbia Mountain Ranges lies British Columbia’s Golden, a town well-endowed with natural wonder.
On (literally) exhaling our emotions, eating vintage army rations, and one cool thing to do with Egyptian mummy extract.
“At first, I thought, me? It’s like asking Jim Carrey to curate a Courbet show,” says world-famous actor and writer Steve Martin, who has co-curated an exhibit on Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris.
“You know how Willy Wonka takes the Golden Ticket winners through a small door and opens up this world? That’s my world.”
The Grasslands Project, a series of 10 Canadian National Film Board documentary shorts shot across Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, aims to demystify the Prairies.
You owe it to yourself to put these bottles in the freezer, chill a glass or two or three, depending how willing you are to share, and take these drinks straight up, no chaser.
In late 2015, a virulent strain of the H5N1 virus was detected on a farm in the southwest of France—the heart of the foie gras industry. As a result, the French government has temporarily halted foie gras production, and Canadian farms are now in the spotlight.