The buzzy vegan pizzeria debuted in Vancouver’s Chinatown in 2016, and has now opened a second, 1,900 square foot, two-level location in Portland’s Hosford-Abernethy neighbourhood.
A new exhibition at the AGO offers timely insight into Canadian history and diverse interpretations of the country’s resonating legacy.
With the publication of their new recipe book, the Juice Truck team hopes to share their wholesome practices with a wider audience.
A new variety of vine-grown tomatoes could meet growers’ needs for yield and hardiness while still impressing consumers.
An off-the-beaten-track rental service takes the “roughing it” aspect out of camping to help more people discover the West Coast wilderness.
Gear up in style with this season’s accoutrements.
A new book illustrates how, while styles have changed, food photography’s ability to reflect cultural values has remained consistent.
Helmed by executive chef Hector Laguna, Botanist presents seasonal Pacific Northwestern ingredients with respect and sophistication.
Pictures From Here transports visitors and locals alike past Vancouver’s surface, revealing some of the city’s most artistically formative perspectives of itself.
With Planta, Yorkville’s stylish new plant-based eatery, Toronto has joined the vegan fine dining movement.
A new biennial event aims to show how innovative thought can help “edit” global problems from life.
Effectively rebranding a familiar chain is a tall order.
After nearly four decades and a $6.5-million renovation, the luxury event space reopens.
Cheese-inspired art; not-so-secure security cameras; a Michelin-star makeover for military rations.
Chef Jowett Yu has garnered major acclaim for the cheekily-named modern Cantonese restaurant he opened in Hong Kong.
Perhaps quality white chocolate is a little more sophisticated than it’s given credit for.
Since the chateau first opened its doors in 1989, it has enchanted visitors with hospitality, keen service, and world-class amenities.
The restaurant unveils its Sakura and Sake menu, available throughout April, emphasizing Japanese flavours and Canadian ingredients.
In celebration of spring’s ephemeral delicacy, Singapore’s TWG Tea releases its Always Sakura tea.
A purveyor of old-world service to suit the needs of a very new city.
Fine jewellery undergoes a surrealist, pop-art treatment at the hands of Toronto interior designer–turned–jeweller Holly Dyment.
Feast is an extensive compilation of regional dishes collected along a 37,000-kilometre road trip across Canada.
Toronto-based designer Sid Neigum’s fall/winter 2018 collection comes west for an exclusive showing at BMO Overture: All That Glitters, the Vancouver Opera’s signature philanthropic gala.
Parisian perfume polymath Rami Mekdachi applies his 20 years of perfumery experience to every evocative fragrance he creates.
Traditional and contemporary artists contribute to a diversely expressive festival.
The Canadian beauty entrepreneur has created a quick, non-surgical way to effectively enhance one’s assets.
The fashion consultant reflects on his career and personal style, offering insight into how all men can navigate their wardrobes with deftness and grace.
As Montreal’s oldest chocolate shop still using vintage techniques and equipment, Chocolats Andrée doesn’t need novelty to impress—it has history.
A collection of portraits capturing 30 intercultural Montreal couples in sweet, personal moments.
Tequila and cheese may not seem like the most intuitive pairing, but in fact, together they sing—complementing each other in unexpected and sophisticated ways.
For one night, Vancouverites will have the chance to explore our nation’s culinary profile in depth.
Interconnected mini-exhibits and pop-ups celebrating contemporary Japanese architecture, design, and cuisine.
For the cookbook genre, so commonly filled with professionally-styled pictures and impersonal blurbs, Dhalwala’s narrative is a welcome injection of realism.
A sweet start to the new year, indeed.
Ralph Lauren’s iconic Americana, with international appeal.
A captivating lyrical portrait of Jean Armour.
A relationship with the art world is at the heart of this Swedish design label.
Elegant French café by day, sumptuous private event space by night.
Jean-François Nadeau’s black and white photography book chronicles the human face of Montreal from the mid-19th century until 1976.
Burgeoning businesses are working to rebrand canned seafood for a new generation in hopes that young consumers will see canned sardines as an elegant delicacy fit for special occasions.
Meet the world’s first 3-D consumable product created from a smartphone.
For something so healthy, ginger lends itself awfully well to sweet preparations, marrying beautifully with the flavours of cinnamon, nutmeg, and chocolate.
If the goal of one’s vacation is to find a balance between complete relaxation and local adventure, the Four Seasons Oahu does not disappoint, providing a level of detail-oriented luxury unlike that of any other accommodation on the island.
From December 3, 2016 to April 17, 2017, the Vancouver Art Gallery will feature inaugural edition of its new triennial in the form of exhibit Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures, which strives to document the development of Vancouver’s contemporary art scene and the shifts it has undergone since the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Easy-to-make holiday dessert bar recipes from chef David Robertson of Vancouver’s Dirty Apron Cooking School and Delicatessen.
For those seeking a better understanding of French style and femininity through time, Lingerie Française adroitly delves underneath it all.
By offering humour and entertainment entwined with a lucid appraisal of the present, PuSh 2017 demonstrates a strength and maturity of programming of which Vancouver may be rightfully proud.
With two established properties already in Toronto, 25-year-old, New York-based Equinox gym opens its third Canadian location—and 84th worldwide—on Vancouver’s West Georgia Street.
Greta Constantine designers Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong have mastered the art of sartorial statement-making.
Wainwright’s elegant, vibrational vocals work within each track, unifying the album with her powerfully distinct multifaceted emotional spectrum.
In new photography collection, Wade Davis: Photographs author, anthropologist, and former National Geographic explorer-in-residence Wade Davis has selected 140 photographs from the thousands he has taken over the course of 15 years of travel across 80 nations, from Africa to the Arctic, the Columbian Amazon to the temples of Tibet.
Heffel’s fall 2016 collection will include an unprecedented additional live auction session featuring the single most valuable single-consignor collection ever to come to the Canadian block.
Hotel William Gray reflects Montreal’s contemporary spirit.
PhD student Robbi Bishop-Taylor creates a vivid map of Canadian roads and highways.
Presented by the Red Bull Music Academy and Centre Phi, the exhibition immerses attendees into a world that Björk conceived of to accompany the music from her emotional 2015 album, Vulnicura (Latin for “cure for wounds”).
Batême a Feu is the kind of luminous fragrance you will want to trail through holiday parties, and inhale off your cashmere shawl as you exit into cool nights.
In order to thoroughly understand and appreciate the city’s contributions to cuisine, visiting food lovers must sample L.A.’s vegan food—at its finest.
When Allyson Bobbit and Sarah Bell first met at confectionary school, they recognized in each other not only a mutual love of baking, but a shared work ethic strong enough to become the foundation for a business partnership that would change Toronto’s bakery scene.
Created in partnership with the National Film Board of Canada, with a score by Canadian composer duo Menalon and voice acting by Nicholas Campbell, the film approaches complex themes with an uncommon mix of gravity and whimsicality.
Max Mara relaunches its classic 10180 topcoat with a touring exhibit of Roxanne Lowit’s photography of iconic women donning the timeless garment.
As IDS West attracts approximately 36,000 design-minded visitors to its exhibitor gallery per year, Collect is a valuable opportunity for local artists to add another dimension through which visitors may deepen their understanding of the province’s creative culture.
Taking place in the Coal Harbour neighbourhood’s Jack Poole Plaza, the 5,000-square-foot event is comprised of nine stations from a watchmaker solving a precise puzzle of gears and screws, to a saddler, leatherworker, silk-printer, gem-setter, and more.
Open as of August 2016 and designed by Vancouver architect James K. M. Cheng—one of the godfathers of Vancouverism as an architectural style—the suites incorporate elements of contemporary European design (hello, merlot-hued Ico Parisi–inspired sofa) with localized touches.
Over the last two decades, ART21 has changed the paradigm for teaching about the creative process. Now, the documentary series turns its focus to Vancouver’s art scene.
Damien Chazelle’s new film is, unabashedly, a dream come to life.
Leaning into her microphone at the post-premiere press conference of Lion, the first feature film by Australian director Garth Davis, actor Nicole Kidman admitted, “I don’t think there is a Hollywood anymore.”
A new collection of eight champagne-flavoured, gold leaf-frosted macarons, filled with a still-alcoholic Moët jelly and buttercream in flavours like Earl Grey-blueberry, gin mojito, and wild berry, has arrived.
In advance of London Design Week this month, British designer Lee Broom is transforming his Shoreditch showroom into a simulacrum of… his childhood bedroom.
Just a quick jaunt from the Canadian border, the Pacific Northwestern city of Seattle, Washington, is well-situated for weekend visits and offers plenty for curious travellers to explore.
Visiting Toronto for its annual International Film Festival makes for an excellent opportunity to try out some of the city’s most noteworthy new restaurants—after all, what pairs better with a movie than dinner?
Mixed into a traditional Japanese highball, with dense ice, soda water, and a twist of lemon, Toki is an ideal warm-weather refresher.
Lidia Bastianich, the 69-year-old chef and cookbook author turned culinary celebrity, has played an inimitable role in introducing to the North American palate regional, northern Italian, and Istrian fare.
Set on the Thames’s South Bank on the ground level of London’s Mondrian Hotel, Dandelyan is the second cocktail bar by author and acclaimed bartender Ryan “Mr. Lyan” Chetiyawardana.
Welcome to the new dawn of the one-piece bathing suit—flattering, comfortable, and more stylish than ever before.
This September, Treadright and Canada’s Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot Project establish a semi-permanent school of traditional mukluk and moccasin artisanship in Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum.
Atop one of the tallest buildings in London, there’s a restaurant.
While the world watches from afar, the Canadian Olympic coterie will convene at the Rio Canada House, designed pro-bono by architects Yabu Pushelberg in collaboration with Toronto artist Deborah Moss’s creative company Moss & Lam.
At Edmonton’s Concrete Cat studio, concrete transcends its mundane reputation and is suddenly recast as the star of the show.
By midsummer, the goji shrubs at Gojoy Berry Farm are in full fruit—their ungainly, slim branches thick with oblong, vermilion teardrops, each the size of a woman’s manicured little fingernail.
The new Vancouver-based interior design business Kabuni melds two key components—an app and a bricks-and-mortar workspace—to simplify the experience of redecorating a home.
Oceanco has been a company near-synonymous with custom superyachts since 1987, creating some of the more boundary-pushing designs to ever set out to sea.
You may have heard of it: Canada’s desert, the South Okanagan, characterized by its sage-scrub and rattlesnakes and burgeoning status as one of the country’s most popular luxury playgrounds.
When it comes to handcrafting high-quality custom footwear, Poppy Barley retains an old-fashioned approach.
With a new baby-care line and an extended collection for men on the horizon, Pura Botanicals may be one of Canada’s most ambitious holistic beauty companies.
We asked judges in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, and Toronto to select the finest pies in their respective cities. Here are Vancouver’s results.
With cookout season upon us, we turned to master butcher Joe Figliomeni for a primer on how to create burger paradise at home.
In the Mexican province of Michoacán, avocado crops have become the catalyst for conflicts between farmers and local drug cartels.
Now open: the Royal Ontario Museum’s Chihuly, an exhibit of 11 installations including previously unseen incarnations by Seattle-based glass sculptor Dale Chihuly.
The Grasslands Project, a series of 10 Canadian National Film Board documentary shorts shot across Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, aims to demystify the Prairies.
It’s said that evidence of the first beers consumed by man dates back over 3,900 years.
Italian furniture maker Arper has resurrected Lina Bo Bardi’s 1951 Bowl Chair prototype for modern day production.
The Casper Nap Tour Bus sees a trailer outfitted with four Japanese pod hotel–inspired hexagonal sleep nooks, each filled with a mattress and the line’s own pillows and sheets.
A guide to the world’s most exquisite infinity pools, from Singapore to Quebec.
Buca Yorkville, the third of lauded Toronto chef Rob Gentile’s expanding cache of Italian restaurants, specializes in uncommon, exquisitely presented seafood dishes in a warmly sophisticated atmosphere.
Celebrity photographer Douglas Kirkland is 81 years old, but he can still remember the details of his first major Hollywood assignment: photographing Marilyn Monroe.
Although the landscape could be mistaken for that of the American Southwest, this is Canada, and these are the Painted Bluffs, Kamloops—just one of the many scenic vistas guests aboard the Rocky Mountaineer may observe as the luxury tourist train winds its way through the Rocky Mountains from Vancouver, B.C., to Banff, Alberta.
Co-founded by JJ and Shannon Wilson in July 2014, Kit and Ace is Canada’s most rapidly expanding fashion line, born from the merits of a single textile.
To better understand how virtual reality technology is currently being used, we invited industry insiders to expound on its applications.
Toronto, the first North American city to adopt Doors Open, is celebrating its 17th year of the annual event this month.
“In my heart of hearts, I feel most comfortable when I am swimming upstream, against the current and looking for my own interpretation of history, culinary traditions, and my identity.”