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Open House Saturday Sept 27 2-4pm in Yaletown

Attractive 2 bedroom 2 bath home overlooking Emery Barnes Park in the heart of yaletown.  Located just steps from shopping,markets,nightlife,Canada Line,Parks and Seawall are all within blocks. This efficient plan has recently completed partial updates including kitchen countertops,and laminate flooring. Large master bedroom and seperation between the second bedroom makes this suite ...

JJ Bean Coffee Sale

JJ Bean Coffee is one of Vancouverite's favourite chains of coffee shops, and franly I have a serious probelm with their muffins. They have some great sales from time to and this time it is for their 17th anniversary. They usually have a good one on Boxing Day too. Filled up with coffee and a muffin and ready for  a new home in Vancouver? Contact Matt Collinge of Century 21 In Town Realty ...

Cactus Club Yaletown

Cactus Club Yaletown posted WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2013 at 11:30PM It was last Friday night, Aug 9. I a brunette wearing a peach colored top was sitting at the bar having dinner and drinks with a male co-worker. You tall, dark and handsome wearing a fitted t-shirt over your well built body were sitting across the way by yourself for a while having dinner, drinks and dessert before ...

London has 'fatbergs' but Vancouver has gross 'F.O.G' blobs

BY FRANK LUBA, THE PROVINCE Forget alligators, the real problem in sewers is ‘fatbergs’ — such as the monster blob of congealed fat and baby wipes that recentlyclogged a London sewer. That beastly blockage weighed an astounding 15 tonnes. Metro Vancouver may not yet have had a ‘fatberg’ like that but Mike Boss, a senior engineer in maintenance and operations ...

B.C. moves to modernize ‘outdated’ liquor laws

High-end wine is on display at a BC Liquor Store in Vancouver, B.C. on Friday, Dec. 19, 2008. (Jonathan Hayward / THE CANADIAN PRESS) Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/b-c-moves-to-modernize-outdated-liquor-laws-1.1402326#ixzz2bObV4Vdn B.C. has launched a review of its oft-criticized liquor laws, which even the government has come to describe as “outdated” and “inefficient.” ...

B.C. woman loses bid to enjoy Starbucks

By Michael Mui, 24 Hours Vancouver Tuesday, August 6, 2013 3:51:21 PDT PM A banned Starbucks patron who alleged discrimination due to her Iranian heritage and mental illness has lost her bid to come back and enjoy her daily cuppa. Azadeh Azad began going to a Victoria Starbucks every day in July 2011, bringing her laptop so she could write, which helped her combat loneliness. A recent ...

Extended patio hours coming to Vancouver

CTV British Columbia  Published Monday, July 29, 2013 5:30PM PDT  Patio-loving Vancouverites have a reason to raise their glasses after city councillors approved a motion to extend hours on the sunny summer gathering spots. Mayor Gregor Robertson’s push to let a select number of restaurants keep patios open past the current 11 p.m. cutoff passed unanimously on Monday. City ...

Vancouver city council supports motion calling for extended patio hours

by YOLANDE COLE on JUL 29, 2013 at 4:30 PM VANCOUVER CITY COUNCILLORS have thrown their support behind extending patio hours.   Council unanimously approved a motion from Mayor Gregor Robertson today (July 29), directing staff to identify both short-term actions and longer-term policy changes for expanding patio space and hours. “We’ve ...

Vancouver bar at the heart of Russian vodka boycott to protest anti-gay laws

A Vancouver pub is on the cutting edge of a growing protest against Russia's anti-gay laws - banning the country's vodka from its premises. The Fountainhead Pub, found at the border of Vancouver's Davie Village — an area popular with the city's LGBT community — announced it would not sell Stolichnaya (known as Stoli) or Russian Standard vodka, or any other product from the former Soviet ...

10 things bars won't tell you

Behind the scenes at your favorite watering hole. 1. “The booze business may be recession-proof, but we’re not.” The summer heat is sure to have many seeking a cold one. And that’s not the only thing that could be propelling sales of liquor, beer and wine: The thinking has always been that a rough economy equates to good business. But what may be true for manufacturers ...
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