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Welcome to the oldest and most popular residential neighbourhoods in Vancouver--Stratchona. Presentes is a rare 2-bedroom garden unit with an incredible layout that features a very large outdoor patio space. It has one storage and parking outdoor pad. Features wide plank hardwood and high-end, quality finishings throughout.
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Garibaldi Lake hike

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North Vancouver waterfall hike

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I have listed a new property at 1112 13325 102A AVE in Surrey.
Ultra Urban Village desirable unit with fabulous mountain and city views. Short walk to SFU, Library, Fitness Centre, Shopping Mall, Walmart, and business centres. Social room, gym, meeting room and 1 underground parking/storage and Concierge Desk. Huge windows floor to ceiling providing natural light and stunning mountain and city views. Great layout with balcony, and panoramic views. Featuring hardwood laminate floor with full height kitchen cabinets, quartz countertops and a complete stainless steel appliance package, deep soaker tub and Grohe fixtures/faucets throughout. Gym, rec room, meeting room and playground. All measurements are approximate buyer or buyers agent to verify if deemed important. Rentals allowed.
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Welcome to Anchor Point! Great investment & central location in Vancouver City Centre next to Burrard & Davie Street steps the Aquabus & Yaletown Seawall. Walk to shops, restaurants & beaches. Freehold strata, concrete building. Close to everything, this great city apartment is priced to sell. Parking is available to rent for $50 per month from your own strata. Hot water heat included in maintenance fee. This brick building is centrally located in downtown Vancouver among several new high end developments only minutes to shopping, dining & transit. All measurements are approximate buyer or buyers agent to verify if deemed important. Rentals allowed.
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Summer Night Concerts

Nightly at 8:30pm   |   PNE Amphitheatre   |   FREE with admission

Don’t miss a summer full of the best music, every night at the PNE Amphitheatre! Spend an evening with The B-52s, Colin James and country superstar Billy Currington! Take in the sounds of legendary Chicago and sing along with The Doobie Brothers. Don’t miss iconic ZZ TOP and Canada’s-own High Valley and Mother Mother! Tom Cochrane with Red Rider is set to take the stage; plus, be sure to take in the music of multi-talented Rick Springfield! Sing along with The Gipsy Kings then dance the night away with The Pointer Sisters! And you won’t want to miss Huey Lewis and The News! Don’t miss it – great music every night at the Fair at the PNE!

Concerts are FREE with admission but a limited number of reserved seats are available for purchase starting at just $20. Reserved seats can be purchased online or onsite during The Fair from the ticket booth located outside the venue entrance within the fairgrounds.

New this year, reserve a private party suite for Summer Night Concerts!

 
 

2017 Summer Night Concerts Lineup

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Mother Mother

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Billy Currington

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The Pointer Sisters

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High Valley

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ZZ Top

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Chicago

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Colin James

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Huey Lewis and The News

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Tom Cochrane with Red Rider

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The B-52s

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The Doobie Brothers

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Rick Springfield

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The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo

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iHeartRadio Beach Ball – Sunday

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iHeartRadio Beach Ball – Monday

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Please be advised, this concert venue has a capacity limit and, for everyone’s safety, we will need to close the venue once this capacity has been reached.

*iHeartRadio Beach Ball is a two-day ticketed event happening on Sunday, September 3 and Monday, September 4 in the PNE Amphitheatre. The concert will not be free with Fair Gate admission.

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Tune in to Rock 101 to hear the official soundtrack to this year’s show as we play a selection of the best Canadian rock hits.

Fireworks

Canada Day Fireworks

 

Vancouver’s only two-barge simultaneous pyrotechnic extravaganza. Watch as the sky lights up in celebration of our nation’s 150th! The two fireworks barges are located in Coal Harbour, and Dundarave in West Vancouver. Best viewing locations include:

*Please note fireworks are not viewable from English Bay, Kitsilano or Spanish Banks. 


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Canada Day Fireworks

 

Vancouver’s only two-barge simultaneous pyrotechnic extravaganza. Watch as the sky lights up in celebration of our nation’s 150th! The two fireworks barges are located in Coal Harbour, and Dundarave in West Vancouver. Best viewing locations include:

*Please note fireworks are not viewable from English Bay, Kitsilano or Spanish Banks. 

Tune in to Rock 101 to hear the official soundtrack to this year’s show as we play a selection of the best Canadian rock hits.

 

Fireworks Viewing Zone

For the best viewing to the fireworks in a family friendly setting with access to indoor bathroom facilities, purchase tickets to the Fireworks Viewing Zone. The outdoor zone is located on the Canadian Trail, along the west promenade of Canada Place. While there is a lot of space in this zone, physical seating will be limited. Please be considerate of any elderly guests or those with mobility issues.

Highlights

  • Premium fireworks viewing
  • Family-friendly
  • Easy access to restrooms

Location

  • On the Canadian Trail, along the west promenade of Canada Place

Times

  • Doors open at 8:30 p.m.
  • Canada Day Fireworks at 10:30 p.m.

Tickets

Tickets for the Fireworks Viewing Zone are available for purchase online prior to the event.

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The CMHC report said it couldn't predict any long-term or mid-term effect on Vancouver's real estate market of the city's 15-per-cent tax on foreign buyers.

Real estate agents say foreign buyers have plunged back into the Metro Vancouver market despite a 15-per-cent foreign buyer tax introduced last year. JONATHAN HAYWARD / THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Foreign buyers accounted for six per cent of the value of residential property purchased in B.C. over the past year, according to the latest data released Wednesday by B.C.’s Ministry of Finance.

The figures show the government took in $102 million in revenue from the foreign buyer tax from Aug. 2, 2016 to March 31, 2017, figures released Wednesday show.

The government started collecting foreign buyer data in June 2016, and abruptly introduced a 15-per-cent tax on the purchase of residential real estate in Metro Vancouver in August 2016. 

Despite the tax, the majority of B.C. foreign buyer transactions from June 2016 through May 2017  — $3.27 billion worth — happened in Metro Vancouver.

However, a detailed accounting of how much foreign money is actually invested in B.C. homes is not possible due to obscure ownership structures, critics and industry experts said.

 

The share of sales volume involving foreign buyers plunged from 16.5 per cent in Metro Vancouver in June 2016 to four per cent in January 2017.
 
In Richmond, 27.2 per cent of total sales involved foreign buyers in June 2016. The figure plunged to 1.3 per cent in August 2016 and bounced back to about 10 per cent per month through most of 2017. From June 2016 to May 2017, the cumulative value of all property purchases in Richmond involving offshore buyers was 12.6 per cent, about $610 million.
 
But that is only for the offshore buyers the government knows about, NDP MLA David Eby said.
 
Eby said a 2016 Transparency International study showed 50 per cent of the top 100 most expensive properties in the City of Vancouver are owned through obscure methods such as offshore trusts, shell companies, or students or housewives represented on land titles. The prevalence of these ownership methods in Vancouver suggests the government can’t detect many offshore buyers in luxury markets across B.C., Eby said.
  
A number of real estate industry experts said buyers have found creative ways around the foreign buyer tax.
 
Last August, while sales crashed across Metro Vancouver, Langley realtor Danny Evans predicted to Postmedia a swift bounce back in “under the table” sales from offshore buyers arranged through “side deals for the people that are going on the title (as owners).”

“The Chinese market is still very strong and the prices have held,” Evans said Wednesday. “The Chinese buyers are very adaptable, and I think people are using companies to buy homes now.”
 
David LePoidevin, the founder of a Vancouver portfolio management firm, said he believes recent sales and price increases in Metro Vancouver’s housing market could be attributed to foreign buyers who returned to B.C. after Ontario introduced its own foreign buyer tax in April 2017.

“I talk to realtors in Richmond, and they are saying the foreign buyers are back. The clients are saying ‘If I’m going to pay a tax in Ontario, I’d rather buy here.”

Richmond realtor Steve Saretsky said he believes the true amount of offshore purchases in that city is much higher than the latest government data shows.

“I think 25 per cent is on the low side, and there is no way that it is 12 per cent.”

“The way (the government) is tracking it, it has loopholes,” Saretsky said. “I think you have to track where the money actually comes from, and not the passport of the buyer. People have family members in B.C. go on the title, or they have a permanent residence card.”

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GEOGRAPHY OF THE NORTH SHORE


The North Shore Mountains are a small sub-range of the Pacific Ranges, the most S lying portion of the Coast Mountains. These mountains are sandwiched between Howe Sound on the W and Indian Arm (a N-S extension of Burrard Inlet) on the E. Burrard Inlet borders to the S and the Garibaldi Ranges to the N. The cities of West and North Vancouver are seated upon the lower S-facing slopes of these mountains facing the inlet.

Three significant river valleys trending N-S are located within the heart of this region: Capilano River, Lynn Creek and Seymour.River. Portions of the Capilano and Seymour River valleys have long been dammed in order to create reservoirs for water supply for the city – these watershed areas are closed to the public. Some lower sections of these rivers and several creeks form impressive deeply cut canyons with narrow, steep walls and beautiful waterfalls and pools.

The majority of the terrain here is composed of rugged mountains which often form long, undulating N-S ridges. The elevations of these steep sided mountains range to ~1,790 m with many of these peaks visible from many parts of the city and vice versa. In the low-mid elevations, bluff areas can be found which yield excellent viewpoints over the sea or city. Interestingly, there are small ‘plateau’ pockets within the mountains such as at Black Mtn, Goldie Lake area and Vicar Lakes which cradle attractive wetlands supporting ponds and small lakes. As well, several secluded, pleasant lakes dot the slopes throughout.

 

MOUNTAINS OF THE NORTH SHORE

The mountains of the North Shore can be grouped as follows:

1. Cypress Provincial Park mountains,

2. Grouse Mtn area mountains,

3. Lynn Ck-Seymour River divide mountains, and

4. Mt. Seymour Provincial Park mountains

 

Mountains In & Around Cypress Provincial Park

These mountains stretch ~15 km from near Cypress Creek Lodge in the S to near Deeks Lake in the N. These peaks follow along or near the Howe Sound-Capilano River divide. Some of these mountains are accessed via the Cypress Mountain resort area at the top of Cypress Bowl Road. Others are accessed from near Hwy 1 or Hwy 99.

Black Mountain 1,217 m – a relatively low knob atop a pleasant plateau amongst several small lakes. Easily attained from the nearby Baden Powell Trail and its connecting trails. Good viewpoint from the small summit. An excellent short hike.

Eagle Bluff – popular outcrop and boulder scree viewpoint just below plateau lakes.

‘Donut Bluff’ – small viewpoint atop outcrop along the Donut Rock Trail

‘West Knob’– small viewpoint atop low knob along the Donut Rock Trail.

Hollyburn Mountain 1,326m – a prominent mountain situated at the N end of Hollyburn Ridge. Usually ascended via the Hollyburn Mtn Trail and Baden Powell – an easy ascent. Seldom used N approach is much steeper and requires some scrambling. Good view of The Lions and peaks to E from broad summit with small tarns.

Bowen Island Lookout – nice viewpoint off the HSCT-W Trail over Howe Sound. Easy access.

Mt. Strachan 1,459m – a broad mountain with ski runs and service roads along its W flank. The main summit is lesser visited but easily ascended via Mt. Strachan Trail. The broader & slightly lower S summit viewpoint is a popular destination reached via service road or Mt. Strachan Trail. A chairlift runs very close to the top of the S summit. Check out the interesting metamorphic rock outcrop at the S summit.

St. Marks Summit 1,371m – minor summit along the narrowed divide. Nice viewpoint along the Howe Sound Crest Trail (HSCT).

Unnecessary Mountain 1,548m – significant highpoint along the narrow divide with great views. Sits along the HSCT or can be accessed via the Unnecessary Mtn Trail from Lions Bay. Easily attained, however the HSCT drops steeply on N side – some minor scrambling required.

The Lions – the West Lion (1,654m) lies much closer to divide and HSCT. A good turnaround point is located on the ridgeline before the trail drops down to the base of the ‘West Lion‘. A popular hiking destination. The climb to the top is technical, do not underestimate this mountaineering route which bears significant exposure. Several serious climbing/hiking accidents have occurred here in the past. The East Lion (1,606m) lies within the Capilano watershed, thus no access to it is permitted.

Thomas Peak 1,430m – minor summit along the divide. The HSCT skirts this peak to the E via route through boulder scree.

Enchantment Pass – narrow meadowy col between Thomas Peak and ‘James Peak’.

‘James Peak’ 1,466m – narrow summit along the divide which the HSCT traverses. Some minor scrambling with significant exposure.

‘David Peak’ 1,496m – summit along the divide. Side trail off HSCT gives access.

Harvey Pass – col between divide and Mt. Harvey. Accessed via Mt. Harvey Trail.

Mt. Harvey 1,650m – prominent peak requiring some scrambling with exposure from N and S via Mt. Harvey Trail.

‘Harvey’s Pup’ 1,520m – sub-peak of Mt. Harvey ascended by technical climbing only. Usually approached using Harvey’s Pup Access Trail.

Mt. Brunswick 1,788m – highest summit of the North Shore Mountains. Minor scrambling on route to summit rim, significant scrambling and exposure along summit rim. Ridge-like summit. Approached via Mt. Brunswick Trail.

Hat Pass – col between Mt. Brunswick and Hat Mtn. through which the HSCT passes.

Hat Mountain 1,646m – hat shaped summit easily attained via side trail/route off HSCT.

‘Wettin Peak’ 1,538m – summit overlooking Deeks Lake

Mt Hanover – 1,756m – prominent peak along the divide accessed via mountaineering route only. Significant scrambling especially through scree littered, steep chutes.

‘Coburg Peak’ 1,645m & ‘Gotha Peak’ 1,641m – prominent summits along the divide requiring significant scrambling usually via Mt. Windsor.

Mt. Windsor 1,689m – cone shaped peak along divide requiring some scrambling. This route is usually accessed via the Deeks Peak Trail/Route.

Deeks Peak 1,672m – ridge-like summit requiring minor scrambling. The Deeks Peak Trail/Route traverses the peak.

 

Mountains Near To Grouse Mountain

Most of these mountains are on or near to the Capilano River-Lynn Ck divide and many are within or very near to the Lynn Headwaters Regional Park. Commonly approached using the Grouse Mountain Skyride to the Peak Chalet or trails such as Grouse Grind and BCMC.

Grouse Mountain 1,230m – closest mountain top to the Peak Chalet at the top of the Skyride. This low summit is an easy and short walk up service road. Two chairlifts, zip line and wind turbine are located on or near the summit.

Dam Mountain 1,349m – high point along brushy/wooded ridge, easily accessed by Dam Mtn Trail. Offers partial views.

Thunderbird Ridge – ridge extending from Dam Mtn to E. Thunderbird Ridge Trail gives access to nice viewpoint at E end amid small ponds.

Little Goat Mountain 1,323m – easily accessed small brushy/wooded bump N of Dam Mtn.

Goat Mountain 1,401m – steep knob near W end of Goat Ridge. Some scrambling required with some exposure. Use caution – not recommended when ice/snow present – there have been fatalities here in past.. Accessed via Goat Mtn Trail. Nice views from summit.

Goat Ridge – long rolling ridge extending E from Goat Mtn. Many tarns and good viewpoint at E end. Accessed via the Goat Ridge Trail – some scrambling required.

Crown Pass – wooded low point between Goat Mtn and Crown Mtn where trails converge.: the Hanes Valley Trail/Route leads down to NE, the Crown Mtn Trail/Route leads up to NW, and a main trail leads SE up towards Grouse Mtn.

Crown Mountain 1,504m – highest mountain in this group. Prominent peak accessed from Crown Pass via the Crown Mtn Trail/Route. Scrambling required with significant exposure. Not recommended when ice/snow present. Excellent views all around including ‘The Camel‘..

‘The Camel’ – a prominent rock formation just NE of Crown Mtn summit. Accessible by technical climbing only. Do not attempt to access unless you are an equipped experienced climber.

‘Spindle Peak’ 1,476m – a highpoint on the ridge extending N from Crown Mtn.

‘Pipeline Pass’ – a low wooded pass Mosquito Ck and Kennedy Ck drainages. Usually accessed via short trail from the Grouse Mtn Hwy (service road).

Mt. Fromme 1,186m – high point of broad, wooded/brushy mountain top E of Grouse Mtn. Easily accessed via the Mt. Fromme Trail. Partial views from summit.

‘Mt. Fromme N 1,170m – sub-summit of Mt. Fromme located just N of Mt. Fromme summit accessed via scrambling routes through steep forested slopes. Some exposure.

 

Lynn Ck-Seymour River Divide Mountains

These mountains lie along or near to the Lynn Ck-Seymour River divide which also marks the boundary between the Lynn Headwaters Regional Park and Seymour Conservation Reserve. Lesser visited mountains due to lack of well established trails, rugged terrain and proximity.

‘South Lynn Peak’ 999m – low wooded summit at S end of divide easily accessed via Lynn Peak Trail. Nearly all visitors’ destination is the viewpoint near the highpoint and not the lacklustre summit itself. Most visited mountain in this grouping. This mountain is the most S summit of the Lynn Peaks group, which are a series of unremarkable high points along the rolling divide..

The Needles group of summits consists of 3 high points along the divide: ‘Needles S. Peak’ 1,160m – the lowest of the summits being a small, steep rocky knob. Accessed via mountaineering route (MR) along ridge, possibly connecting to Hydraulic Ck MR. Some scrambling and exposure. ‘Needles Middle Peak’ 1,258m and ‘Needles N. Peak’ 1,256m are accessed via MR only.

Coliseum Mountain 1,441m – rocky summit along divide usually accessed via the Coliseum Mtn Trail/Route and sometimes via the MR from the Seymour Valley Lookout. Both ways require some scrambling and a long day outing.

Seymour Valley Lookout – low mountain within Seymour River watershed accessed via the Seymour Valley Lookout Trail. Nice views from the rocky, plateau-like top.

Mt. Burwell 1,541m – high point summit along rocky divide NW of Coliseum Mtn. MR access only.

Cathedral Mountain 1,737m – highest mountain in this grouping and second only to Mt. Brunswick. This very prominent mountain is off limits as it lies within the Seymour watershed. There are 2 communication towers on the summit.

 

Mountains In & Around Mt. Seymour Provincial Park

Some of these peaks lie entirely within the Seymour River drainage but most lie along the Seymour River-Indian Arm divide which also marks the boundary between the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve and the Mt. Seymour Provincial Park.. Most are accessed from the Mt. Seymour resort area (Mt. Seymour Lodge) at the top of Mt. Seymour Rd.

Dinkey Peak 1,122m – closest peak to Mt. Seymour Lodge. Easily ascended via Mt Seymour Trail or other trails. Good views from atop for such a short jaunt. Popular.

Dog Mountain 1,050m – minor summit accessed via Dog Mtn Trail. Popular, easy outing with good views.

Suicide Bluffs – high steep walled bluffs with small plateau-like upper housing rounded rock knobs and lakes/ponds. Accessed via Suicide Bluffs Trail. Some scrambling with significant exposure. Use extreme caution. Lesser frequented.

Mystery Peak 1,230m – small knob along the divide at the top of same-name chairlift. Accessed by service road but give this one a pass.

Pencier Bluffs – high, steep sided bluffs above De Pencier Lake. Similar to Suicide Bluffs but smaller area an no ponds. Minor scrambling required along trails. Lesser frequented.

Brockton Point – a minor high point along the popular Mt. Seymour Trail with some views.

Pump Peak 1,401m – aka the ‘First Pump’, the first of 3 rocky summits along the divide sometimes referred to as the ‘pumps’ of Mt. Seymour. Very near to the Mt. Seymour Trail – requires some scrambling. Fine views at this popular destination.

‘Second Pump Peak’ 1,426m – aka ‘Second Pump’, essentially along the Mt. Seymour Trail. Minor scrambling, easy access.

Mt. Seymour 1,450m – prominent peak along divide at terminus of Mt. Seymour Trail. Some scrambling and exposure along its approach. Use caution. Excellent views form the summit. Popular.

Runner Peak 1,379m – steep sided, rocky peak along the divide accessed via MR only. Steep snow field ascent/descent (year round), significant scrambling and exposure.

Elsay Mountain 1,422m – prominent rocky peak along the divide requiring some scrambling and MR approach. Some exposure.

‘Rector Peak’ 1,262m, ‘Curate Peak’ 1,266m and ‘Vicar Peak’ 1,247m – summits along the divide approached by MR only.

Mt. Bishop 1,509m – remote, lesser visited peak along divide that is usually accessed using the Vicar Lakes MR. The approach has significant exposure and requires significant scrambling.

‘Deacon Peak’ and ‘Presbyter Peak’- remote peaks along the divide N of Mt. Bishop which are accessed via MR only.

‘Quarry Rock’ – popular viewpoint just off the Baden Powell Trail near Deep Cove. Very popular. Nice views. Some exposure and slippery when wet. Use caution and keep back from the edge..


LAKES WITHIN THE NORTH SHORE MOUNTAINS

When one thinks of the North Shore Mountains, lakes do not automatically come to mind. However, a surprising number of beautiful fresh water bodies can be found here from large ponds and tarns to secluded, mid sized lakes to large reservoirs. Some of these lakes are short walks from a nearby road, some are long hikes by trail, while others are off limits (within water supply boundaries). Some of the most noteworthy lakes include:

 

North Shore West Lakes

Lyndsay Lake – small secluded lake in low elevation forest near the junction of the Whyte Lake Trail.and Baden Powell Trail.

Eagle Lake – reservoir just S of Cypress Prov. Park which is closed to public access. Aka Dick Lake.

Capilano Lake – large reservoir created by the damming of Capilano River. Can be viewed well from Capilano River Regional Park (upper picnic area) as well as from Grouse Mtn Skyride. Cleveland Dam can be crossed via the Baden Powell Trail. A free tour of the Capilano watershed is offered by Metro Vancouver.

First Lake – popular small lake within the Cypress Prov. Park nordic ski area and the ‘Lower Hollyburn‘ area. Historic Hollyburn Lodge sits at the lakes edge and trails/roads circle the lake.

West Lake – past location of historic ski lodge (now removed), This small lake located within the ‘Lower Hollyburn’ area is accessed by the Brothers Creek Trail or Baden Powell Trail. Lake has a small dam at its S end.

Blue Gentian Lake – named for the wildflowers which grow nearby, this pond is tucked away within the thick forests of the ‘Lower Hollyburn’ area at the upper end of the Brothers Creek Trail.

Lost Lake – aptly named pleasant, small lake off the beaten track in the ‘Lower Hollyburn Area’.

Cougar Lakes, Owen Lake, Theagill Lake, Sam Lake and Cabin Lake – scattered about the Black Mtn plateau area, these attractive alpine lakes amongst old growth forest make for a relatively easy and rewarding day hike. Use the Baden Powell Trail from Cypress Creek Lodge to gain these lakes.

Yew Lake – named for the trees which grow in the area, this lake with its well maintained trail system and impressive old growth (along the Old Growth Loop Trail nearby) makes for an excellent, easy walk from the Cypress Creek Lodge area. The Yew Lake Interpretive Trail is touted to be wheel chair accessible.

Enchantment Lake – sizeable near-alpine lake near the Capilano River-Howe Sound divide and N of The Lions. This beautiful lake can be viewed from the nearby Howe Sound Crest Trail. This lake is within the Capilano watershed and therefore, is not accessible.

Hanging Lake – an attractive near-alpine lake close to the Howe Sound Crest Trail to the E of ‘David Peak’.

Brunswick Lake – highest elevation lake accessed by the Howe Sound Crest Trail. Arguably the most beautiful lake of the North Shore region, these emerald waters make a fine destination for a day hike. With a shelter nearby, camping is an option.

Hanover Lake – aka Middle Lake, this lake also boasts emerald waters contained within a rugged section of the valley. The Howe Sound Crest skirts the shore.

Deeks Lake – another excellent destination for a day hike, this relatively large, alluring lake is seated amongst several high peaks. The Deeks Lake Trails rolls right by. Good camping, swimming & fishing.

Kallahne Lake – a small sub-alpine lake with nearby shelter along the Kallahne Lake Trail. Can be used as a base for exploring the Deeks Peek ridge.

 

North Shore East Lakes

Blue Grouse Lake – small lake a short walk from Grouse Mtn’s Peak Chalet via trail.

Kennedy Lake – significant sized lake sitting between Goat Ridge and Thunderbird Ridge in a hanging valley which feeds Lynn Creek.

Lynn Lake – small remote sub-alpine lake at the head of Lynn Creek approached via a long and difficult hike along Lynn Lake Trail/Route and Headwaters Trail within the Lynn Headwaters Regional Park.

Rice Lake – very popular lake for picnicking, swimming and fishing within the lowlands of the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve. Also popular for walking on the Rice Lake Loop Trail.

Lost Lake – aka Rolf Lake, another low elevation lake in second growth forest off the beaten path. Accessed by the Spur 4 Rd in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.

Seymour Lake – a large reservoir at the head of the Seymour River, The Seymour Valley Trailway and Spur 4 Rd provide access to near the Seymour Falls Dam. A scenic viewpoint over the lake is located not far from the hatchery. The lake itself is closed to public access.

Cornet Lakes – a pair of sizeable lakes below Mt. Burwell which are closed to public access.

Flower Lake & Goldie Lake – small lakes and ponds within a scenic wetlands area near to Seymour Mountain’s 3 Peaks Lodge. Two walking trails provide access: Goldie Lake Loop and Flower Lake Loop. Pleasant easy walk. Nice old growth.

Mystery Lake – a small but scenic mountain lake (or large tarn) just S of Mystery Peak.. The Mystery Lake Trail from near the 3 Peak Lodge is used to access this lake. Excellent swimming hole.

DePencier Lake – small lake at the foot of the DePencier Bluffs. No access.

First Lake, Second Lake & Hidden Lake – this series of inviting ponds at the base of the Suicide Bluffs lure hikers away from the beaten paths. Pleasant wetlands area.

Elsay Lake – a relatively large, alluring lake surrounded by high peaks. Accessed by the long trail Elsay Lake Trail. A shelter is located here and camping is permitted. An excellent overnight location. Fishing is reported to be good. Lesser frequented area.

Vicar Lakes – one attractive lake amid multiple ponds atop a small plateau area below Mt. Bishop. However, access is difficult via mountaineering route to this remote area. A sweet swimming hole for those conditioned and experienced enough to venture here.

 

RIVERS & CREEKS OF THE NORTH SHORE MOUNTAINS

One of the North Shore’s greatest attributes is its remarkable, live-giving rivers and creeks. Fed by the long rains and deep snow pack of the North Shore Mountains, many of these creeks have high grades which has caused some of the larger creeks/rivers to carve deep canyons within the bedrock. Add to this the pristine waters throughout, beautiful waterfalls and cascades, spawning salmon and trout, scattered old growth forests and a vast trail system providing access,. All of this together gives healthy and alluring river and creek systems at the edge of a large city which is something to be cherished.

 

North Shore West Rivers & Creeks

Larson Creek – small creek that drains significant wetlands above Horseshoe Bay and flows through residential area and near to BC Ferries pay station. Nice waterfall above Baden Powell trailhead.

Whyte Creek – drains Whtye Lake into Nelson Creek. Whyte Lake Trail parallels this creek closely.

Nelson Creek – significant creek whose uppermost headwaters drain ponds on the Black Mountain plateau. Forms an impressive canyon amongst old growth forest below its confluence with Whyte Creek. Possibly receives overflow of Eagle Lake.

Cypress Creek – one of the most impressive canyons and waterfalls on the North Shore. Several viewpoints along the creek overlook deep, narrow canyon sections as well as several major waterfalls and old growth forest within Cypress Falls Park.

Eagle Creek – smallish creek which drains dammed Eagle Lake.

Dick Creek – feeds Eagle (Dick) Lake. Drains Cougar Lakes, Owen Lake & Theagill Lake. On Black Mtn plateau.

Black Creek – drains Sam Lake and other ponds on the Blabk Mtn plateau. Drains to Cypress Creek.

Goldman Creek – small creek draining the Cypress mountain bike trails near lower Eagle Lake Rd. Flows through residential areas below.

Westmount Creek – drains Cypress mountain bike trails area near Quarry Picnic Site on Cypress Bowl Road. Flows through residential areas below.

Rodgers Creek – significant creek with several significant tributaries which drains the Cypress mountain bike trail area. Lower sections flow through residential areas.

Marr Creek – significant creek which drains First lake in Cypress Provincial Park. Several foot and road bridges cross this pleasant creek. Flows through residential areas below.

McDonald Creek – the TCT and Skyline Trails have 5 footbridges over this creek and its many tributaries within the Lower Hollyburn area. Lower reaches flow through residential areas. Many small canyon sections.

Lawson Creek – drains the Lower Hollyburn area and parallels the Baden Powell Trail. Historic Shields Log Dam on this creek can be visited near Pinecrest Drive. Flows through residential areas below.

Brothers Creek – one of the most scenic creeks on the North Shore. Boasts several attractive waterfalls, canyons and old growth forest in the Lower Hollyburn area. Its headwaters extend up to the base of Hollyburn Ridge and drains Blue Gentian Lake, West Lake, Fourth Lake and other ponds. The Brothers Creek Trail and Lost Lake Trail follow this creek for a substantial distance. Flows through residential areas below.

Hadden Creek – small creek crossing Ballantree Trail as well as TCT/Baden Powell/Skyline Trail. Flows through residential areas below.

Houlgate Creek – small creek draining Ballantree Park and merges with the Capliano River below.

Capilano River – one of the most scenic rivers on the North Shore. Sits partially within the Capilano River Regional Park. Drains Capilano Lake (Reservoir) at Cleveland Dam and empties into Burrard Inlet. Impressive spillway ‘falls’ below the dam and beautiful canyon below with trails, old growth and viewpoints. Capilano Fish Hatchery offers free viewing of spawning salmon. Very nice picnic areas with views. Kayaking and fishing.

Disbrow Creek – drains Cabin Lake on the Black Mtn plateau to Howe Sound.

Montizambert Creek – drains ‘Strachan Meadows’ and Mt. Strachan area to Howe Sound.

Harvey Creek – significant creek flowing into Howe Sound at Lions Bay. Drains a large bowl below Unnecessary Mtn, The Lions and Mt. Harvey. The Binkert Trail has a footbridge over Harvey Creek. The headwaters of this creek were logged leaving old roads which have been used in the past for access, although currently sections of these roads are quite overgrown.

Magnesia Creek – a significant creek which drains to Brunswick Beach at Howe Sound near Lions Bay. ‘Magesia Meadows’ and its ponds lies within the headwaters of this creek. The mt. Brunswick trail and the Harvey’s Pup Climbers Access Trail cross this creek or its tributaries.

M (Yahoo) Creek – drains a pond near Hat Mtn, flows near to Tunnel Bluffs and into Howe Sound. The Tunnel Bluffs Trail (track) crosses this creek.

Deeks Creek – significant creek flowing from Brunswick Lake, Hanover Lake and Deeks Lake into Howe Sound. The Deeks Lake Trail (HSCT) follows this creek and comes very near to Phi Alpha Falls just below Deeks Lake. There are also falls along Deeks Creek just upstream from Hwy 99.

Kallahne Creek – significant creek draining Kallahne Lake below Deeks Peak. The Kallahne Lake Trail crosses Kallahne Creek twice before reaching the Kallahne Lake Cabin.

 

North Shore East Rivers & Creeks

Grouse Creek – a small creek which drains Blue Grouse Lake near the Peak Chalet on Grouse Mtn. Flows below the Grouse Mountain Skyride and into Capilano Lake.

MacKay Creek , MacKay Creek (West) & MacKay Creek (East) – this creek and tributaries, having steep rugged creek beds and cascades, parallel the Grouse Grind Trail, BCMC Trail and MacKay Creek Trail in the lower Grouse Mtn area. These creeks flow underground in some sections. The Baden Powell Trail crosses the main creek and the 2 main tributaries. Flows through residential areas below.

Mosquito Creek – significant creek draining Grouse Mtn, ‘Pipeline Pass’ and Mt. Fromme areas. Having a deep cut canyon with steep walls for at least 1 km above the Baden Powell Trail, some trails parallel the creek and provide views of some of the many waterfalls here. This is rugged, hazardous terrain – do not leave the trails here. Flows through residential areas below.

Hastings Creek – the Hastings Creek tributaries flow through the Mt. Fromme mountain bike trail system in its headwaters, then through residential areas to ultimately merge with Lynn Creek. The Baden Powell Trails ahs 3 footbridges over these tributaries.

Kilmer Creek – a smallish creek flowing through the Mt. Fromme mountain bike trail system in its headwaters, then through residential areas before its confluence with Hastings Creek. The Baden Powell Trail has 3 footbridges over this creek and tributaries.

Lynn Creek – a river-sized creek from November to July which drains a vast watershed. Lynn Headwaters Regional Park protects much of this creeks headwaters. The creek has several large tributaries and feeder lakes (Lynn Lake and Kennedy Lake). The lower portion of the Lynn Creek drainage is protected by popular Lynn Canyon Park. This park is home to the well known Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge across Lynn Creek, several footbridges across Lynn Creek, several waterfalls and some pools.

Kennedy Creek – significant creek which drains from Kennedy Lake and into Lynn Creek. A large waterfall exists along this creek which is accessible along a marked, rough route from the Big Cedar on the Big Cedar Trail.

Norvan Creek – significant creek draining a small hanging valley bordered by the Needles peaks and Coliseum Mtn. The Coliseum Mtn Trail/Route follows this creek. The beautiful Norvan Falls is located along this creek close to its confluence with Lynn Creek.

Hanes Creek – a significant creek draining a significant side valley near the head of the Lynn Creek valley. The Hanes Valley Trail/Route passes near to this creek. Much boulder scree fills this river valley in the upper reaches. Crown Pass sits at the head of this valley. Hanes Creek drains to Lynn Creek.

Seymour River – the only official river in the North Shore Mountains. This river drains from Seymour Lake (reservoir) at Seymour Falls Dam and into Burrard Inlet. Most of the Seymour River is protected by the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve. Trail access to this river includes the Seymour Valley Trailway, Fisherman’s Trail and the Coho Trail. The Seymour River supports runs of spawning trout, steelhead and salmon; some of which can be viewed during a free, self guided tour of the Seymour River Hatchery. A new footbridge just above the hatchery allows a connection via trail to Spur 4 Rd. The river forms a canyon section between Twin Bridges and Pipe Bridge

Hydraulic Creek – a creek with a small canyon, waterfalls and old growth which is a tributary of the Seymour River. The Hydraulic Picnic Site is located on the edge of this creek and is accessed using the paved Seymour Valley Trailway.

Hurry Creek, Rainbow Creek, Cougar Creek – these creeks form a myriad of spawning channels near to the Seymour Hatchery. The Oldgrowth Trail and the Coho Trail form an excellent loop for exploring these creeks. ponds and old growth forest. These creeks ultimately drain to Seymour River.

Crossen Creek – this steep, small creek flows from Vicar Lakes to the Seymour River.

Suicide Creek – this significant creek drains the area below Suicide Bluffs, ’First Pump Peak’ & ’Second Pump Peak’ and joins the Seymour River below. A bridge along the Suicide Branch road off Spur 4 Rd crosses this creek.

Semlin Creek – significant creek which drains ponds within the Suicide Bluffs iin Mt. Seymour Provincial Park n its uppermost headwaters. Drains to the Seymour River.

Boulder Creek – significant creek which flows from First Lake and Second Lake near Suicide Bluffs in Mt. Seymour Provincial Park and empties into Seymour River.

Mystery Creek – small creek which drains the Mt. Seymour mountain bike trail circuit area – parallels Ned’s Atomic Dustbin Trail and the Mystery Creek Trail. Tributary to the Seymour River.

Canyon Creek – small creek near Hyannis Point which flows into the Seymour River. The Baden Powell Trail follows this short creek over its course.

Francis Creek – the headwaters of this creek are within the Mt. Seymour Provincial Park and it terminus is Deep Cove. The 3 Chop trail parallels this creek over part of its length. Nice waterfalls, cascades and old growth.

Allan Creek – drains the Deep Cove lookout area and empties into Deep Cove. The Old Cabin Trail and the Perimeter Trail cross this creek.

Scott-Goldie Creek – ‘Nancy Lake’ and Flower Lake feed this creek which flows ultimately to Indian Arm.

Percy Creek – flowing from the base on DePencier Bluffs and Goldie Lake, this creek drains into Indian Arm.

Shone Creek – this creeks begins near to ‘First Pump Peak’ and flows in and out of DePencier Lake on its way to terminating at Indian Arm.

Elsay Creek – a significant creek beginning at Elsay Lake and flowing into Indian Arm. The Elsay Lake Trail follows this creek in its upper reache

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On the banks of the Fraser River, a rare and unique neighbourhood is taking shape from the ground up. River District is Vancouver’s last waterfront neighbourhood, the result of an in-depth engagement and planning process that brought together the local neighbourhood with experts in urban design, architecture, landscaping and environmental sustainability to plan a neighbourhood like no other. River District is a cohesive, vibrant neighbourhood with all the amenities and attributes you need, from waterfront access, to a public plaza, shopping, restaurants and modern residences – this is a neighbourhood you’ll love to call home.

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River District is the region’s last and most significant waterfront neighbourhood. It expands the amenities and options available in the area, and is closely connected to the rest of Vancouver. When fully realized it will host a range of exceptional amenities, including a community centre, four daycares, and a school, all of which act as vital anchors for a thriving community.

With its location on the shores of the Fraser River, River District offers outstanding opportunities to explore the outdoors. You’ll find your new favourite waterfront walk, with 1.5 kilometres of path connected to the network that continues further west into Vancouver and east into Burnaby. The waterfront is lined with 25 acres of open, public green space, including two sports fields for organized sports or just kicking around the soccer ball on a sunny weekend.

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COMMUNITY PLAN

THE VISION

OPPORTUNITY FOR A REAL SENSE OF COMMUNITY

 

 

 

On the banks of the Fraser River, a rare and unique neighbourhood is taking shape from the ground up. River District is Vancouver’s last waterfront neighbourhood, the result of an in-depth engagement and planning process that brought together the local neighbourhood with experts in urban design, architecture, landscaping and environmental sustainability to plan a neighbourhood like no other. River District is a cohesive, vibrant neighbourhood with all the amenities and attributes you need, from waterfront access, to a public plaza, shopping, restaurants and modern residences – this is a neighbourhood you’ll love to call home.

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  • Italian Day 2017 returns to Commercial Drive on June 11.ITALIAN DAY

There’s no better way to celebrate Italian culture than with food and music, right?

The 8th annual Italian Day returns to Vancouver’s Commercial Drive (from Venables to Grandview)—otherwise known as Little Italy—on June 11 (noon to 8 p.m.).

This year’s festival should see no less than a few thousand people gathering to celebrate Italian culture, community, and heritage.

 

 

 

The theme of the day-long celebration this year is amore (love), which is deeply rooted in the concept of Italian lifestyle. Festival-goers are encouraged to share and spread this universal message—love.

The highly anticipated event will span 14 blocks and feature over 200 merchants, food vendors, and family-friendly attractions.

Attendees will be exposed to some mouth-watering bites including fried Italian donuts, cannoli, pasta, meatballs, gelato, and pizza, among others. Over 20 food trucks and 15 extended merchant patios will be available at the event.

Live music and theatre will entertain event-goers throughout the day, including performances by Danilo Ciaccia and his ItalyAMO band, Federico Fuoco and his band Fire, and singers from the Vancouver Opera.

As it will be a festival fit for the entire brood, activities include everything from children’s amusement zones to street performers, roaming stilt walkers to human foosball, and more.

It is recommended for visitors to walk, cycle, transit, or Car2Go to the event as the street will be closed to vehicle traffic between Venables Street and the Grandview cut.

For more information, click here.

 

Follow Tammy Kwan on Twitter @ch0c0tam and Instagram @ch0c0tam.

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Italian Day on The Drive

About Italian Day

Sunday, June 11 2017 – 12pm to 8pm

Italian Day on The Drive is a vibrant cultural street festival celebrating Italian culture, heritage and respective immigrant contributions in Vancouver.  Commercial Drive, also known as The Drive, is home to the annual festival which transforms the street into a lively 14 block, vehicle free, celebration and community festa. Since Italian Day’s return in 2010, the event has grown significantly.  Today, Italian Day on The Drive represents the largest one day cultural street festival in the city – and perhaps in Canada – drawing over 350,000 enthusiastic attendees of all cultures and ages.  It is a multi-cultural and community embrace under the Italian Day umbrella offering over 200 street participants comprised of: sponsors, merchants, retail booths, food vendors and restaurant patios, as well as stages with live music and theatre, street performers, classic cars, activities and displays, children’s amusement zones and more.

Italian Day on The Drive is organized and produced by the Italian Day Festival Society in collaboration with:

The Commercial Drive Business Society
Il Centro Italian Cultural Centre
Anigraph Productions
City of Vancouver

Italian Day and Little Italy

In the 1940s and 50s, many Italian immigrants had made their home and established businesses in the Commercial Drive area.  Between the 1940s – 1980s, Commercial Drive had developed into an Italian enclave, otherwise known as Little Italy; and where Italo-Canadians played a key role in influencing and revitalizing the landscape, including the introduction of street festivals – with the last one of this era being in 1982. It was an unforgettable day on Commercial Drive with thousands of Italo-Canadians pouring onto the street in a passionate display of emotion, celebrating Italy’s win in the World Cup, which fell on the very same day as the festival. It was a the first Italy World Cup win since the 1930s. In 2016, Italian Day marked another important day of celebration. In recognition of over 70 years of Italian heritage, an 8 block area of Commercial Drive was officially designated Little Italy by the Mayor and other officials, including a ribbon cutting and special visit from the Italian Ambassador to Canada.  An achievement attributed to the support of government representatives, and community individuals and organizations, including the Italian Day Festival Society.  The return of Italian Day on The Drive revived this heritage conversation and opportunity, and has proven to not only be a day of community celebration, but also an avenue encouraging collective goals and economic benefits for businesses and city.

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Italian Day 2017 Theme: Amore

In Italian, Amore means love. Whether in philosophy or in its endearing use of expression, it lies at the heart of Italian culture and its lifestyle. It is a universal language and an exchange evoking many things: affection, romance, passion, respect, creativity, and commitment.  It is life, unity and the pursuit for an emotional connection; and is shared in relationships, arts and culture, at the dinner table, in our daily work, in pursued dreams, and in community.

Italian Day’s success is founded on the principal that together we can create and nurture trusted relationships and collaborations, fuelled by love and the belief in who we are and what we do. To quote David Frost, ‘Don’t aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally’.

For Italian Day 2017, we celebrate Amore in all aspects of life and the magical power it holds to inspire, connect and create infinite possibilities and experiences, both individually and collectively.

Balla come se nessuno stesse guardando,
ama come se nessuno ti avesse mai ferito,
canta come se nessuno stesse ascoltando,
vivi come se il paradiso fosse sulla terra

Dance like there’s nobody watching,
Love like you’ll never be hurt,
Sing like there’s nobody listening,
And live like it’s heaven on earth

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That’s Amore

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Vancouver B.C.  March 26, 2017 Getting special care-- Canuck the Crow with Shawn Bergman (left) who has become close the bird.  The wild crow Canuck was knocked unconscious at a soccer game at Adanac park by a fan with an umbrella.  (Bergman's video about the incident has gone viral in  Vancouver on  March 26, 2017     Mark van Manen PNG Staff  photographer   see Denise Ryan   News   Vancouver Sun/Province Feature  stories  and Web.  00048454A   [PNG Merlin Archive]

Canuck the Crow with Shawn Bergman, who has become close to the bird. MARK VAN MANEN / PNG


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Beloved Vancouver bird Canuck the Crow was struck on the head and knocked unconscious in an unprovoked attack at a children’s soccer tournament Saturday.

Shawn Bergman, who calls Canuck his “best friend,” wasn’t at the game, but said a witness told him parents and children “screamed in terror” when the man whacked the bird on the head with a flagpole. 

Bergman set out on a frantic search for the crow after getting a call from the SPCA after the incident Saturday. Bergman found Canuck, dazed and listless, perched on the balcony railing of a home near the park. “He looked like he didn’t know where he was,” said Bergman. “He didn’t struggle when I picked him up, which is not like him.”

“The bird is not well,” said veterinarian Anne McDonald, who is treating Canuck at the Night Owl Bird hospital. McDonald said she has treated Canuck for pain and inflammation, and although there are no signs of a skull fracture, she is keeping him for observation. 

Dr. Anne McDonald examines the injured Canuck the Crow with Shawn Bergman, who has become close to the bird.MARK VAN MANEN / PNG

Bergman wants to see animal-cruelty charges laid.

Canuck, who has 38,000 followers on social media, became an international celebrity after Bergman started posting his antics on the Facebook page, Canuck and I. Canuck was taken in by the child of Bergman’s East Vancouver landlord after being abandoned as a nestling.

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VANCOUVER — The east Vancouver crow that is celebrated for his gregarious antics will remain in a bird hospital for at least another week after his caretaker says the bird was attacked.

Shawn Bergman says Canuck the crow must remain under care for treatment of head and other injuries following an incident over the weekend where the bird may have been hit with a stick while hopping along the sidelines of a local soccer game.

BC Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals investigator Eileen Drever says she began an investigation after receiving reports that the bird was knocked unconscious, however no one who witnessed the attack has come forward.

Bergman befriended Canuck more than a year ago and the playful antics of the curious creature led to a Facebook page with thousands of followers and a dedicated social media presence.

 

It was the bird's theft of the possible weapon from a Vancouver crime scene that elevated Canuck's status.

Canuck is known to patrol an area of east Vancouver and was watching in May 2016 as police investigated a stabbing, before swooping down and trying to fly off with a knife, dropping it only after officers gave chase.

The bird was hopping around, drinking and eating a little on Monday, but Bergman says it would be several days before Canuck could fly free.

"They want to make sure he's 100 per cent and ready to go back outside. They just want to make sure that he's as healthy as he can be."

Crow isn't a pet and must fend for himself

Canuck spends a lot of time with humans, but is not a pet and must feed and fend for himself, avoiding predators and competing with other crows, so Bergman says the animal must be in top shape when released.

In the meantime, Bergman says other crows are moving in to Canuck's territory.

"They're all taking advantage of the lack of his presence in the neighbourhood, right now,'' he says. "It's interesting to watch the dynamic working there.'

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A mystery involving nearly 200 ducklings is unfolding in the community of Aldergrove, The young ducks were found in several crates along the side of a road about 60 kilometres southeast of Vancouver.

A mystery involving nearly 200 ducklings is unfolding in the community of Aldergrove, The young ducks were found in several crates along the side of a road about 60 kilometres southeast of Vancouver. AFP/GETTY IMAGES

A mystery involving nearly 200 ducklings is unfolding in Aldergrove.

The young ducks were found in several crates along the side of a road about 60 kilometres southeast of Vancouver.

The birds, estimated to be about two weeks old when they were found on Nov. 11, are thriving at a nearby foster farm.

B.C. SPCA officials say it’s unclear whether the ducklings were dumped or if the crates fell from a vehicle.

An owner has not come forward.

The SPCA is now searching for farms that could offer homes to some or all of the 194 ducklings.

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Find your water or sewer connection

 

Phone 3-1-1 for measurements of where water and sewer connections cross your front property line, and at what depth. Generally, we don't track where these pipes go on your private property, but our records can help you estimate their location.

Find out where your front property line meets City property

Locate your water line and shut-off valve

The lid for water shut-off valves is 10 cm wide and made of ironTo access your water connection, look for a 10 cm-wide (4 inch) circular iron lid stamped with the letters VWW.

Stand on the City sidewalk and face your house. The lid will be within 1 metre (3 feet) from the edge of the sidewalk at the position measurements you get from 3-1-1.

This iron cap covers the access pipe to your water shut-off valve (also called a curb stop valve). The valve and your water service line are usually 1 to 1.2 m (3 to 4 feet) below street level.

The lid could be buried under grass or plants, so poke the ground with a screwdriver or garden trowel until you strike the lid.

Still can't find your water line?

Get a City crew to locate your water line (charges apply)

Locate your sewer line, clean out, and sump

To access your sewer line, look for a clean out or sump. A clean out is an pipe with a threaded steel cap or green, white, or black plastic cap that is located:

  • At the base of the main sewer drain pipe (or plumbing stack) inside or outside your home
  • At the property line, based on the position measurements you get from 3-1-1

The sump collects rainwater and controls water levels.

A sump is a circular or square concrete chamber that collects rainwater from gutters and drain tiles before sending it to the sewer. Sumps can be are either in your basement, crawl space, or your yard.

The depth of sewer lines at the property line is typically 1.5 m (5 feet) below street level, although this varies by property.

Before you dig

Whether you are digging to find a leaking water pipe or plugged sewer pipe, planting a tree, or building a fence, it is important to know where all the pipes run. 

Damaging underground pipes can be costly and dangerous. Before you start construction or renovations, locate your home's water, sewer, and other utility connections beneath your property.

 WARNING: Digging around water and sewer lines may also impact underground gas lines, which can cause property damage and risk personal safety. Contact BC One Call to find out where gas lines and other utilities are located below ground.

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Find your front property line

For the purpose of locating your water and sewer connection, you can estimate where your property meets City property in two ways.

  1. Face your property from the street. If you have a fence or retaining wall, it should be at the property line. If your neighbours on the same side of the block have a fence or wall, your property line should line up with theirs.
  2. View an aerial image of your property using the online map tool VanMap (instructions below).

If you will excavate near the property line, consult with a surveyor to confirm your property line location.

 
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New Brighton Park Shoreline Restoration

 

New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project

 
 

The Vancouver Park Board and Vancouver Fraser Port Authority are working together to create salt marsh on the east side of New Brighton Park. The project is a unique opportunity to restore coastal wetland habitat on the south shore of Burrard Inlet.

A restored salt marsh would:

  • Provide productive habitat for juvenile fish and wildlife, including shorebirds, songbirds, and waterfowl
  • Create new opportunities for you to experience nature and view wildlife

On April 18, 2016, the Vancouver Park Board approved the concept plan for the salt marsh based on a design and public engagement process.

What's new

December 2016 construction update

Despite the challenges of a very wet fall, the New Brighton salt marsh has seen significant developments since September. Most of the wetland is now excavated, with final grading and soil placement underway.

Aerial view of excavated wetland with final grading and soil placement

We reached a major milestone by opening the outlets to Burrard Inlet at suitable night-time low tides between November 21 and 26, 2016. It's the first time since the mid-1960s that the area has been opened up to tidal influence.

 

 

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Gastown

Overview

Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood, Gastown grew from a single tavern founded by John ‘Gassy Jack’ Deighton back in 1867. Today, the district retains its historic charm and independent spirit. Victorian architecture houses a thriving fashion scene, impeccably curated décor boutiques, one-of-a-kind galleries and some of the best culinary fare in Vancouver. It’s a gathering place for stylish locals and an ideal neighbourhood to explore on foot. Gastown lies along the north of the downtown Vancouver peninsula, from Richards east to Main Street, and south to Hastings Street.

Gastown

Photo: Djordje Cicovic / Flickr

Seeing and Doing

Gastown is a neighbourhood that seamlessly combines old with new, history with the way forward. An essential part of Vancouver’s history, a visit to Gastown should include a stroll along Water Street, where you’ll find a picture-perfect collection of old buildings, cobblestones, the Steam Clock, and vintage lampposts. Continue to the end of Water Street to visit a statue of the man who started it all, Gassy Jack Deighton. Architecture and history buffs can take organized walking tours of the area to further explore. Get a bird’s eye view of the area from the Vancouver Lookout, which rises 167-metres (548-feet) to give visitors a 360˚ panorama of the city.

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Eating and Drinking

Gastown is home to many of the city’s hottest restaurants, making it a great pick for a special night out. From European cuisine with farm-to-table flair, through to Asian-inspired molecular gastronomy and everything in between, Gastown’s restaurants will not disappoint. If you’re not ready to commit to a whole meal, consider stopping by a wine bar for a cheese and charcuterie course, or watch a game at one of the pubs and sports bars. This neighbourhood is also the epicentre of the city’s cocktail scene, and whether you’re looking for a classic Collins or a modern swizzle, you’ll find it here.

First Nations Souvenirs

Photo: Gastown BIA / Flickr

Shopping and Souvenirs

If you only have time to shop one neighbourhood while you’re in Vancouver, it should probably be Gastown. With its combination of traditional souvenir stores and art galleries, as well as lots of independent fashion boutiques and modern gift stores, you’ll find plenty of things for both yourself and those you need to buy souvenirs for. The area has some excellent First Nations art galleries which are worth checking out for unique keepsakes such as silver jewellery, art pieces and carvings.

For more information, visit the Gastown Business Improvement Society online.

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Located in the Hastings-Sunrise district of VancouverBritish ColumbiaCanadaNew Brighton Park is a waterfront park facing the North Shore Mountains with beach access to the Burrard Inlet. The park is surrounded by industrial plants, the Hastings Racecourse, as well as access to the Port of Vancouver. During the summer, the park becomes a popular location for recreational activity. There is a soccer pitch, tennis courts, barbecue/picnic sites, two playgrounds, beaches, and an outdoor pool. For local residents, New Brighton Park provides a nearby location with similar facilities found at other popular recreational parks such as Kitsilano Beach, which is located on the west side of Vancouver. New Brighton Park is also in the process of being connected to Hastings Park via Creekway Park, which will allow people to walk and cycle between the two locations.

 

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The surge in agricultural land sales and prices — on property that is not subject to the 15 per cent foreign buyer tax — was largely driven by record-setting sales in the Fraser Valley, South Surrey and White Rock.

Data provided by Landcor for Postmedia’s investigation shows that in July 2016 there were 81 farmland sales in B.C., and the average price was $109,000 an acre. The B.C. Liberal government announced the new residential tax on July 25. In August, farm sales jumped to 144 across B.C., and the average price shot up to $140,000 an acre. Prices continued to rise, hitting an average of $151,000 an acre in September on 142 sales. Sales have fallen back to average levels in the following months, but prices have remained elevated.

By looking specifically at where prices and sales have surged, and reviewing anecdotal reports from realtors, a connection can be suggested between the jump in farmland sales after July 2016 and speculation by offshore investors. The B.C. government has been tracking foreign buyers of B.C. farmland since June 2016, but does not “provide the specific number of purchases” because the data sample is not big enough, Ministry of Finance spokesman Jamie Edwardson said.

Postmedia’s investigation suggests that a disturbing trend is accelerating. Farmland that is crucial to B.C.’s future food needs is increasingly falling into the hands of speculators and builders of luxury property, and farmers are getting priced out. Even before the introduction of the residential tax, a Metro Vancouver government investigation identified that 50 per cent of the region’s agricultural land is not being used for farming, and that many property owners are exploiting tax benefits meant for food producers.

 

The surge in B.C. farmland prices is a Metro Vancouver story. While prices remained fairly stable in other areas of B.C. after July 2016, farm prices were skewed higher by trends in Fraser Valley, South Surrey-White Rock, Richmond and Delta, Postmedia’s analysis shows. In these areas especially, according to realtors and a May 2017 staff report from Richmond city hall, farm prices are no longer attached to agricultural revenue, but instead are following red-hot Metro Vancouver residential land prices, and reflect a trend of “estate” building on country acreages.


Postmedia’s findings seem to confirm the fears of Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie.

Last year, Brodie said he expected the new foreign buyer tax to fuel speculation in farmland. On the day the tax was announced in July, Richmond warned the provincial government of its impacts.

“We said, ‘Why aren’t you applying this to all land?’” Brodie said in an interview. “If you are going to have this tax, it should be applied in a way that it doesn’t attract speculation to farmland. They said, ‘We hadn’t thought of it.’”

 

Speculators can avoid the 15 per cent tax on residential property by purchasing bare farmland and building a house on it, said Brodie. This kind of development has a number of attractions. First, buyers can obtain farm properties for less than residential zoned land. As a bonus, because of controversial zoning rules, buyers can build much larger mansions on farmland than they can on residential lots. They can also take advantage of very low property taxes on farmland that are meant to encourage food production, get a 50 per cent break on school and transportation taxes, and avoid property transfer tax if a constructed home is lived in by a family member for at least a year before it is sold.

“In the last three years, we have seen the number of transactions on farmland going up in terms of speculation,” Brodie said in an interview. “In Richmond, we are seeing a number of smaller farmland lots being bought because these are attractive to speculators. And we are seeing higher prices per acre. So the trend is up, the prices are increasing, and one of the pressures is the foreign buyers tax. People are buying these properties with farming as an afterthought, just to build estates.”

In January 2014, according to land title data gathered for the combined areas of Richmond and Delta, farmland averaged $540,000 an acre. But the prices exploded to an average of $1.3 million an acre in May 2014. In April 2015, farm prices peaked at $1.6 million an acre in these areas — seemingly in connection with an explosion of speculation across Metro Vancouver, which led to residential land prices surging by over 30 per cent. Prices across Richmond and Delta now sit at about $1.3 million an acre, on average.

In the Fraser Valley, there were 51 farm sales in August 2016 — far more than in any other region in B.C., and the highest monthly total for the Fraser Valley in recent history. Last August, the average price jumped to $550,000 an acre, compared to $510,000 in June 2016. By October 2016, the price hit $620,000 an acre. The prices have more than doubled since July 2014, when Fraser Valley farmland sold for about $250,000 an acre.

“The calls really spiked in relation to the foreign buyers tax,” Langley realtor Danny Evans said. “I was getting a lot more calls on acreages, and I just see the prices going up.”

As in Richmond, it is the smaller farmland parcels of about two to five acres that speculators are targeting in the Valley. Depending on the location and desirability for estate building, these properties are now selling for between $1.5 million and $1.8 million, Evans said. The prices have roughly doubled in the last few years, land title data shows.

“People are not that interested in the farming aspect but they want the tax benefits, and the qualifications are very low. So you put out some beehives or blueberries, and you get about a 70 per cent property tax break,” Evans said. “Investors seek the highest and best use out of the property, so that’s why in Richmond and Langley you see these large homes on farmland.”

In South Surrey and White Rock, there were four farm sales in June 2016, and just one sale in July. In August 2016, there were eight farm sales, followed by seven in September. Prices in this area fluctuated between $300,000 and $600,000 from 2010 to 2015. In July 2016, the average price in South Surrey-White Rock was $1.26 million an acre. In August it was $1.32 million, and by December it had jumped to a startling $1.75 million.

CHINESE, SAUDI BUYERS

Popular two-term Delta independent MLA Vicki Huntington, who chose not to run for re-election this year for health reasons, spent much of her time in office pressing the B.C. Liberal government to protect B.C.’s Agricultural Land Reserve. In the absence of provincial data on foreign ownership, she had her staff digging into land title records. The project took several years, and researchers sometimes had trouble discovering the true beneficial owners, Huntington said, because of opaque ownership structures such as numbered and shell companies.

But Huntington says her staff’s research established a growing trend of farmland purchases in B.C. by offshore interests in countries including Mainland China and Saudi Arabia. There are foreign companies that appear to be holding land for long-term agricultural needs and others buying land strategically near potential port developments, Huntington says. She says her research also pointed to concerns about the building of mega-mansions on ALR land, and foreign and local developers leaving farmland fallow, while holding out for industrial or residential rezoning.

Huntington, who came from a career in RCMP security services, said she is concerned about money laundering, and Canada’s national interests being subverted.

“We are very concerned with the levels of foreign buying of farmland in specific areas like Delta and the lower Fraser Valley, and we think there is trouble brewing,” she said. “Mainland China is certainly part of it, and it is concerning because they are deliberately acquiring land to support their national agricultural needs. They understand the incredible value.”

Vicki Huntington stands on a farm field in Ladner. As an independent MLA until retiring recently, she researched foreign buying of Metro farmland and wants limits on foreign ownership to preserve farms for the growing of food.ARLEN REDEKOP / PNG

Huntington believes that B.C., like other jurisdictions including Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec, should restrict foreign ownership of farmland.

Another Metro Vancouver politician, Richmond Coun. Harold Steves, a farmer in that city, has argued for years that ALR land is endangered by speculators looking for tax breaks. These days he doesn’t have to make the case because the real estate ads he collects speak for him.

He points to a November 2016 ad from offshore-focused firm New Coast Realty that says: “In recent years many investors prefer to purchase agricultural land in Richmond, Surrey and Langley … with a big piece of land, build a luxurious house … swimming pool, tennis court … with the same amount you can only get a 2,000-square-foot house in other areas of Richmond.”

The ad also encourages speculators to buy B.C. farmland and apply to have it rezoned for residential development, citing potential windfall profits.

An ad from Royal Pacific Realty advertises a small acreage in Richmond with building plans for a 12,000-square-foot mansion: “Set up your own private driving range, swimming pool or tennis court. It’s all permitted on ALR land and because of the farm status, you pay no property tax,” the ad says.

Steves also uses the example of a recent ad posted by a Richmond realtor.

“He says that you can build your 20,000-square-foot dream home, and he will lease some land back from you and grow blueberries, and harvest them for you, and you can collect the tax break,” Steves said. “In my opinion, this is a scam.”

As an example of surreal price gains for a specific size and type of Richmond farmland since the foreign buyers tax on residential land was introduced, Steves pointed to one property listed for $340,000 an acre in 2016, and now on the market for $700,000 an acre. Smaller acreages — with new homes already built on them — are now selling for over $1.5 million an acre, he said.

Recent Richmond city staff reports on the monster home issue in Richmond say that “many ALR sites may be viewed only as residential parcels … consequently, legitimate farmers have difficulty acquiring and farming these properties.”

The reports also show that building permit applications for mega-mansions on ALR land have exploded after the foreign buyer tax was introduced. From Jan. 1 to April 3, 2017, 45 residential construction permits on Richmond ALR land were submitted, compared to just 17 permits in 2015 and 18 in 2016. The average size for the homes proposed in 2017 was 12,900 square feet. The largest was almost 40,000 square feet. Brodie and Steves believe some of the largest applications in Richmond are meant to be illegal hotels.

Richmond staff recommend that council impose a 5,400-square-foot limit for mansions built on farmland. Last week, after public hearings, council opted for an 11,000 square-foot limit instead.

“This permits about 1,000 parcels of farmland that have not had new houses built yet to eventually become (luxury) properties,” Steves said.


DECREASING USE OF FARMLAND FOR FARMING

Reports from Metro Vancouver regional government show the use of farmland for its intended purpose is rapidly dropping. A 2013 report found that 28 per cent of farmland in Richmond, Delta, Langley and Surrey was not used for farming, and said “significant intervention” was needed.

A September 2016 report, based on an earlier farm tax investigation, found that only 50 per cent of Metro Vancouver farmland is used for agriculture, and this is threatening food security in B.C.

Metro Vancouver has asked the provincial government to eliminate tax breaks that are believed to encourage non-farm uses, but the regional government has not received a response because of the recent election, spokeswoman Sarah Lusk said.

“There are an increasing number of property owners in the ALR who are using it for other purposes than farming,” the 2016 report says. “Property owners that do not farm themselves, but rather lease their land to a farmer, receive benefits intended for farmers, including significantly lower taxes.”

The report compares tax and different methods of assessing values on two similar houses, one on ALR land, and one on urban residential zoned land. The home on ALR land is assessed at $750,000, and property tax is $3,800. The home outside the ALR is valued at $4.2 million, with property tax of $13,600.

The report says the provincial government should raise the farm revenue threshold that property owners must claim to obtain major tax breaks on small farms, from $2,500 to at least $3,700. Also, Metro Vancouver wants elimination of a 50-per-cent tax exemption in school, transportation and other taxes that people who build homes on ALR land can receive. In 2015, school exemption taxes reduced ALR property taxes in Metro Vancouver by $4 million. Residences on un-farmed ALR land claimed $3.12 million of the reduced taxes. In addition, the report says, the building of homes on ALR land increases the demand for municipal services, which increases the tax burden for citizens who live in urban residential zoned areas.


GREENS COULD FORCE CHANGES

Mega-mansions on farmland, tax breaks for non-farm uses, and foreign ownership of agricultural land are set to be a hot-button issue in B.C.’s new, uncertain provincial government. The B.C. Liberals have resisted pressure to reform tax breaks and outdated zoning laws for ALR land, and have weakened ALR rules in favour of non-farm uses, says former MLA Vicki Huntington.

In the last term, Green Leader Andrew Weaver proposed legislation to prohibit foreign entities from purchasing Agricultural Land Reserve property over five acres without permission from the provincial cabinet.

Before the May election, he stated: “Since the introduction of the 15 per cent foreign buyers tax on residential real estate in Metro Vancouver, speculators have targeted other areas of the province and our agricultural land. Investors are taking advantage of tax breaks meant to encourage farming — building mansions and using the land for speculative purposes. As a result, farmland is being taken out of production and prices are skyrocketing, making farmland unaffordable for local farmers.”

Weaver, with his new influence on the balance of power in government, could conceivably force action on the farmland speculation issue.

“The issue of the monster homes being built to avoid the foreign buyers tax and the exploitation of tax credits that are meant for farmers is something that any new government will have to address,” NDP MLA David Eby said. “And that goes for B.C.’s housing crisis, in general.”

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Vancouver Is Seeing More Sales In May...and More Inventory

We know, the month’s not over yet – but we were dying to see how Vancouver real estate is doing in one of the hottest months of the year. While the numbers haven’t been finalized by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), the folks at Vancouver Condo Info have dropped a preview of how the month is performing. So far we’re seeing less sales, less new listings, and a higher total inventory than last year.

Sales Are Lower So Far

Vancouver appears to be seeing less sales this May than last. As of May 23, there was 2,654 sales, which averaged 115 sales per day. The same month last year ended with 4,769 sales, which averages to 153 sales per day. Sales are about 24% lower than the same time last month. That is, if the pace of sales continues through to month end.

Vancouver May Preliminary Sales Vs. ListingsNewListingsSalesMay 1May 2May 3May 4May 5May 8May 9May 10May 12May 15May 16May 17May 18May 19May 230125250375500Units
DateNew ListingsSales
May 1 420 170
May 2 286 135
May 3 271 253
May 4 191 163
May 5 181 131
May 8 386 252
May 9 293 80
May 10 261 137
May 12 173 145
May 15 331 130
May 16 257 325
May 17 253 152
May 18 179 161
May 19 192 279
May 23 446 141
 

New Listings Are Down

New listings are down compared to the same time last year. The first 23 days in May saw 4,120 new listings, an average of 179 per day. May 2016 ended with 6,289 new listings, an average of 202 per day. This represents an 11.38% decline when compared.

Total Inventory Is Higher

Despite less new listings, inventory is still higher than last year. As of yesterday, there was 8,765 listings for sale in the Greater Vancouver Region. May 2016 ended with 7,726 units, around 13% lower than yesterday’s number. While there’s still a chance inventory will drop with increasing sales, even the lowest point of the month was much higher than last year.

Vancouver May Inventory (Weekly Count)InventoryMay 2May 9May 16May 238,5008,5808,6608,7408,820Available Inventory
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May 2 8,577
May 9 8,727
May 16 8,609
May 23 8,765
 

These numbers aren’t finalized by REBGV, and may be revised (usually upwards) by the end of the month. They’re not a perfect data set, but it helps to give a preview of how the market is performing so far. Sales are slower, and inventory is building. Somehow I still feel like prices are still going to be higher.

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Vancouver Is Seeing Less Sales In May…And More Inventory

Vancouver Is Seeing More Sales In May...and More Inventory

We know, the month’s not over yet – but we were dying to see how Vancouver real estate is doing in one of the hottest months of the year. While the numbers haven’t been finalized by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV), the folks at Vancouver Condo Info have dropped a preview of how the month is performing. So far we’re seeing less sales, less new listings, and a higher total inventory than last year.

Sales Are Lower So Far

Vancouver appears to be seeing less sales this May than last. As of May 23, there was 2,654 sales, which averaged 115 sales per day. The same month last year ended with 4,769 sales, which averages to 153 sales per day. Sales are about 24% lower than the same time last month. That is, if the pace of sales continues through to month end.

Vancouver May Preliminary Sales Vs. ListingsNewListingsSalesMay 1May 2May 3May 4May 5May 8May 9May 10May 12May 15May 16May 17May 18May 19May 230125250375500Units
DateNew ListingsSales
May 1 420 170
May 2 286 135
May 3 271 253
May 4 191 163
May 5 181 131
May 8 386 252
May 9 293 80
May 10 261 137
May 12 173 145
May 15 331 130
May 16 257 325
May 17 253 152
May 18 179 161
May 19 192 279
May 23 446 141
 

New Listings Are Down

New listings are down compared to the same time last year. The first 23 days in May saw 4,120 new listings, an average of 179 per day. May 2016 ended with 6,289 new listings, an average of 202 per day. This represents an 11.38% decline when compared.

Total Inventory Is Higher

Despite less new listings, inventory is still higher than last year. As of yesterday, there was 8,765 listings for sale in the Greater Vancouver Region. May 2016 ended with 7,726 units, around 13% lower than yesterday’s number. While there’s still a chance inventory will drop with increasing sales, even the lowest point of the month was much higher than last year.

Vancouver May Inventory (Weekly Count)InventoryMay 2May 9May 16May 238,5008,5808,6608,7408,820Available Inventory
DayInventory
May 2 8,577
May 9 8,727
May 16 8,609
May 23 8,765
 

These numbers aren’t finalized by REBGV, and may be revised (usually upwards) by the end of the month. They’re not a perfect data set, but it helps to give a preview of how the market is performing so far. Sales are slower, and inventory is building. Somehow I still feel like prices are still going to be higher.

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by Andrew Morrison | Sundae lovers will be stoked to hear that the good folks behind Earnest Ice Cream ar in the process of building a brand new, 5,217 sqft facility at 1485 Frances Street. The location – the light industrial netherworld between Commercial Drive and Strathcona – might seem a bit of an odd one at first glance, but it fits the company’s needs for commissary space and there’s no shortage of people in the surrounding neighbourhoods who are totally down for good ice cream. Of course, just 300 sqft of the new space will be dedicated to retail pint sales and scoop/sundae service, with the remainder devoted to ice cream production and meeting increasing wholesale demand. So it might get tight. Opening day is slated for some point in June. Bonus: this is just around the corner from Timbertrain Coffee’s new Depot Cafe, which is also opening soon. I snuck a peek last week…

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 Immediately, energy costs decrease and resale home values increase.
Our window system includes’ LoE3 glass, combined with argon gas and triseal Super Spacer, significantly lowers radiant heat loss, admits more sunlight into your home and eliminates air leakage.

 

Here’s how you benefit:

  • Cuddle up to savings – keep the heat inside in winter
  • Chill through summer – keep your place cool and comfortable during hot summer days
  • Reduce air leakage – with fusion welded corners and multiple weather seals
  • Say goodbye to drafts & condensation – double and triple sealed spacers reduce cold and heat transfers
  • Less fading issues– our advanced glass keeps the damaging UV rays on the outside
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 East Van Dogs has helped countless canines as the only community-based dog walking business on the east side. Formerly Momma Jo’s Dogs, East Van Dogs was founded in 2005 by professional dog trainer Jo Dworschak.

 

Using trust as a motivating principle, East Van Dogs offers safe, playful dog training and hikes. In the woods outside of the city, your canine companions are free to socialise, explore, run and play chase, before returning home relaxed and ready for a rest. Clients typically notice that their dogs become happier and calmer after just a few hikes, not only at home but also when they go to the park with their owners.

East Van Dogs has an excellent safety record. After 8 years of business and over 4000 hikes, no dogs have been seriously injured or lost in our care. Their team of diligent dog walkers take extra precautions with canine charges. You can rest at ease knowing your dog is in good hands and safely enjoying their hike.

Since 2005, clients of East Van Dogs/Momma Jo’s have remained loyal advocates.

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East Van Dogs has helped countless canines as the only community-based dog walking business on the east side. Formerly Momma Jo’s Dogs, East Van Dogs was founded in 2005 by professional dog trainer Jo Dworschak.


 

Using trust as a motivating principle, East Van Dogs offers safe, playful dog training and hikes. In the woods outside of the city, your canine companions are free to socialise, explore, run and play chase, before returning home relaxed and ready for a rest. Clients typically notice that their dogs become happier and calmer after just a few hikes, not only at home but also when they go to the park with their owners.

East Van Dogs has an excellent safety record. After 8 years of business and over 4000 hikes, no dogs have been seriously injured or lost in our care. Their team of diligent dog walkers take extra precautions with canine charges. You can rest at ease knowing your dog is in good hands and safely enjoying their hike.

Since 2005, clients of East Van Dogs/Momma Jo’s have remained loyal advocates.

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Nemo. Jacques Cousteau. Steve Zissou.

The history of man’s desire to explore the ocean deep — both real and fictional — is a storied one.

And there is no better way to properly acquaint yourself than to, well, move in. The dream realized: Floating Seahorses, a new Dubai-based development that promises to build its clients luxury apartments … underwater.

The developer, Kleindienst, calls the three-level structures “essentially a boat”: two levels above water and a third below containing the master bedroom and bathroom. The top deck offers a viewing platform; the middle has living space and a sundeck. Pools, of course, are for the plebes stuck on land.

Problem: Kleindienst says “only a few units remain” from the initial stock of 42. Not a problem: the price tag is a fairly reasonable $1.8 million, which won’t even get you 2% of this seven-bed mountain home in Aspen. More pressing problem: you’ll have to wait until 2017 to move in, by which point there probably won’t be any coral reefs left.

Fret not: Kleindienst is installing artificial reefs!

Here’s hoping the underwater views are just as brightly colored as the ones in the renderings, seen here and below — and not, as anyone who has ever gone scuba diving or jumped under a wave knows, ever so slightly murkier. 

 

 

THE SPECIFICS

The Floating Seahorse

by Kleindienst

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An artist's rendering of how Hastings Park will look after changes in the master plan are adopted. ((City of Vancouver))

Vancouver City Council has approved a new plan for the future of Hastings Park, home to the Pacific National Exhbition, Hastings Racecourse and Empire Field.

Critics said the plan guarantees the site will never be a real park, just a year round revenue generator, but Mayor Gregor Robertson disagreed, saying the plan adds 50 acres of new park space.

"With the plan in place, we can now move ahead with immediate upgrades and public benefits for the community," Robertson said in a release after the vote at city hall Tuesday. "Hastings Park is one of the most beloved parks in Vancouver and by almost tripling the green space, we’re enhancing it for future generations."

Robertson said the plan's priorities include:

  • Reinstating community use of the synthetic turf at Empire Field.
  • A youth-focused sports park and mountain bike park.
  • A pedestrian trail from Hastings Park to New Brighton
  • Planning and design of new sports courts.

The amount of park space will increase to 76 acres from 26 acres. 

It will also add a stream and saltwater marsh and more than five kilometres of new pedestrian and bike trails, Robertson said.

Among the critics was Eric Harms, President of the Hastings Community Association.

"This master plan pretty much deals with the pre eminence of the PNE over the site," said Harms. "You have had 100 years of incremental encroachment by the PNE until by the end of the 60s, the place was entirely paved."

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An expansion of the PNE's Playland is part of the master plan for Hastings Park ((CBC))

Harms also pointed to what he called a lack of public access, the expansion of the PNE's Playland amusement park, a new convention centre, use of existing buildings as revenue generators and a parkade for thousands of cars.

"It's the triumph of commercialization," he said. "I don't think we are done with this struggle yet."

The vote went ahead despite the objections of councillors Ellen Woodsworth and David Cadman, who called for the vote to be deferred, "in the wake of unprecedented public opposition."

"The overwhelming majority of people are telling us to stop, telling us to rethink this plan, and to go back and do it right," Cadman said.

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The PNE has been a proud member of the Hastings Sunrise Community for 105 years, and boy have we seen the neighbourhood change! It seems that every day there is a new trendy restaurant or artisan cafe popping up and new families moving into this ever evolving, but always vibrant community.

We strive to not only produce attractions that all of Greater Vancouver can enjoy, but also events for our neighbours including a Farmers’ Market, annual Community Day at Playland and a Community BBQ. We’re also proud to host and support the events and initiatives of local community groups including this weekend’s LightWaterDrums lantern festival, community park walks, a Terry Fox Run for the local schools, an Easter egg hunt, the Learn to Fish Programs in the Sanctuary and numerous local conferences, workshops and festivals.

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The 2014 Winter Farmers’ Market ran every Sunday throughout October and November here at Hastings Park. We are excited to announce that the market will return this spring, fall and winter! More details to come!

Learn to fish

Did you know that you could learn about fish identification, conservation, safety, proper fish handling, tackle, rod rigging, casting and enjoy an hour of hands on fishing at the Sanctuary? The program starts up again March 14.

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We are proud to once again host LightWaterDrums this Saturday, January 24, from 5:30-9pm. Come out to the free lantern festival and celebrate the beauty of the dark and wet winters of Vancouver.

Neighbourhood BBQ

At the launch of summer, we host a free Hastings Sunrise neighbourhood BBQ to bring the community together in the beautiful garden’s and parks here at Hastings Park.

HLLDay

Since 2012 we have hosted a Hastings Little League day at Playland. $10 from every ticket sold on the day is donated to help the league in hosting the 2016 Little League Canadian National Tournament. In total $67,380 has been raised.

Biking

We are happy to support our community’s events and festivals. In events like the community Bike Fest we provided waste stations, bike racks, clean-up crews and administrative support.

As we move forward with Hastings Park permanently being our home we will continue to grow our connection with the local community with continuing to build our programs and outreach. Check out all of our Community Relations initiatives and for local residents, make sure you’re signed up to receive our community e-newsletter to keep up with what’s happening here at Hastings Park.

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ABOVE: The passenger in a vehicle who was left bloodied by a confrontation with a cyclist is appealing for information about her attacker. Ted Chernecki reports.

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A Vancouver woman is asking the public to help identify her attacker after a bizarre confrontation on a bike path.

The woman, who has asked not to be identified, was with her boyfriend when she says they accidentally turned down a bike-only lane along Charleson on Tuesday.

A cyclist, believed to be in his 50s, stopped and demanded they get out and then allegedly punched her in the face when she says she tried to calm him down.

The woman had to get 10 stitches on her upper lip and says she now fears potential retaliation by the cyclist.

“I kind of backed off and looked at him dead in the eye and said, ‘You were going to hit a woman,’ and then, as I turned to walk away, he just cold-cocked me in the face,” the woman told Global News. “At that point actually, my boyfriend hopped out of the vehicle and I just said, ‘Take his photo.’ And actually in the picture, it looks like we’re wrestling but I’m actually holding him so we could get the photo.”

On Friday, Vancouver police said this matter remains an “active, ongoing VPD investigation.” They are not releasing any further information at this time.

As the man has not been charged with any crime, we have blurred his face in the photo.

— With files from Ted Chernecki

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ABOVE: Shots from our traffic helicopter of the bear in the tree.

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There was a rare sighting in a Vancouver neighbourhood on Friday morning.

A young black bear was spotted hanging out in a tree along East Pender Street, near Renfrew Street and the PNE.

The VPD says conservation officers were called in and tranquilized the bear, which will be safely relocated outside the city.

Officers told Global News the bear is a year-and-a-half old and has been abandoned by his mother.

The VPD says Jellystone Park has not been ruled out as new home for the bear.

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