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Posted on Aug 09, 2022

It seems like summer just began and yet this time of year the shelves in the stores are full of back to school supplies, snacks, and fall clothing. For many this time of year is a fresh start as families look forward to the return to school routines and extra curricular activities. Sadly not everyone can afford the trends, or new pencils and pens a...

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Celebrate our many blessings on B.C. day

Posted on Jul 31, 2022



    British Columbian's use the long weekend to make short trips out of town and into one of the areas of beautiful scenery in this province. Some go camping, while others walk, hike or plan canoe trips. As the first Monday in August falls in the middle of the summer season, many people incorporate BC Day into their summer vacation or a plan it as pa...

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3 Reasons why not to move to vancouver

Posted on Jul 22, 2022

Vancouver has some of the worst traffic in North America. Unless you are one of the lucky ones and can walk to work, expect to spend an extra 11 days a year in gridlock! Add to that the skyrocketing cost of gas and parking, you have the perfect storm of frustration. And don’t get me started on transit. Buses are often late, or full and skytrain...

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dude chilling park

Posted on Jul 17, 2022

I hear you've been looking for me. Welcome to popular & reputable bldg on quiet tree-lined street. Find your own paradise on TOP floor in this South facing unit , 1 bedroom and den, Exquisite reno w/quartz counters, over-height cabinets, gas fireplace, SS appliances and recessed lighting. Bedroom easily fits a KING size bed, generous closets w/orga...

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Fun facts about our home and native land

Posted on Jun 29, 2022 in Community

    As we gather together this long weekend to celebrate with family and friends I am reminded of how great this country is, and how honoured I am to call myself a Canadian.  The freedoms we enjoy are not to be taken for granted, we are indeed blessed to call this wonderous place our home.  Whether you are taking in some of the activities around the ci...

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Kits point

Posted on Jun 14, 2022 in Vancouver Neighbourhoods

In 1930  Kits Point had 7 homes, now has 1,100 households, 60% rentals.

1931-The Kitsilano Pool opened.

1959-The Maritime Museum opened as a Vancouver centennial project in Hadden Park. As many members of the Lower Kitsilano Ratepayers’ Association were involved in successfully acquiring Hadden Park as a gift to the city, they opposed the building of...

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