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1) CNY Parade – The 46th Annual Vancouver Chinatown Spring Festival Parade. This signature event of Vancouver’s Chinatown will feature lion dances, cultural dance troupes, marching bands, martial arts performances and much more. This is an annual cultural extravaganza not to be missed. The parade will begin at 11 am. The Year of the Pig […]
What is the Empty Homes Tax? The Empty Homes Tax also known as the Vacancy Tax is for properties in the City of Vancouver deemed empty for more than 6 months of the year. Most homes will be exempt if they are principal residences or rented out for at least 6 months of the year. […]
1) The Festival of Lights in Van Deusen gardens is one of my favorite displays. The display starts at 4:30 and ends 9 or 10pm. It is a garden stroll with lights everywhere including animated lights. There is a carousel for the children, photos with santa, fireside lounge and the cafe and restaurant is a […]
A big, big, BIG thank you to everyone who joined us to support the Blanket Drive! This time of year is difficult for those on the street and so sharing your warmth in the form of blankets, jackets, sleeping bags is very much appreciated. We are SO grateful! Yesterday was our last day for pick […]
Sorry about the tongue twister of a title. We are so lucky here in BC! Our listing at The Falls Court Golf Course is located in the Emerald Ridge estates in Chilliwack, BC. Here are a few pictures that she took of the backdrop outside the door to the estates. The first pic shows the […]
Coquitlam is winding down a handful of dormant sister and friendship city partnerships but will continue to focus on agreements made with Paju, South Korea and Foshan, China. The city’s economic development manager, David Munro, told The Tri-City News that some of the arrangements were signed in the 1990s and had gone dormant over the […]