By Managing Editor Molly Barrieau 90 days. That’s how long it took me to hate living in Vancouver. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great city full of diversity, luxury and nature, but for me and many others, it can be very daunting. Growing up just a strait away from the metropolis led to a growing desire … Continued

Shake it off : Quakin’ on Vancouver Island

Maybe you thought we were being attacked, a gas leak exploded, a car ran into your house, or you were tripping out. Maybe you were shaken awake or maybe you were away for the break and missed out. Either way, the magnitude 4.9 earthquake on December 29 sprouted 20 km north of Victoria rattled houses … Continued

Happy 45th Vanouver Marathon

One of Canada’s greatest running events is set to celebrate its 45th anniversary on May 1, 2016.  Now with a variety of races for runners of all kinds, the BMO Vancouver Marathon now has a Full Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon relay, 8KM, a Kids Run, and a new 2.5 KM walk, coming a long way … Continued

Shane Koyczan: word, spoken

Commanding. The figure, in any other context or on the street, would probably be seen as “unassuming,” just another guy waiting for the bus. But onstage, alone under a single spotlight, his quiet form draws all the energy from the room. Compelling. The audience can’t take their eyes off him. He draws that energy in, … Continued

A Journey through Word Vancouver

Contributor Philip Gordon gives us an unconventional walk through Word Vancouver September 28, 5:45 am; Departure Bay Ferry Terminal, Nanaimo. My friend, Antony Stevens (The Navigator’s web content editor), and I just paid the cab driver who dropped us off, the first face in our long day’s journey through Word Vancouver, Western Canada’s largest celebration … Continued

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