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Amazing photos of September in Vancouver

Take a look back at September captured through the lenses of our VO Flickr Pool contributors.

Indian Summer Festival celebrates South Asian arts and culture

Indian Summer Festival returns to Vancouver, July 5-15 with a line up of film screenings, live performances, speakers and culinary events.

Occupy Vancouver affordable housing march: photos

Occupy Vancouver held a rain-soaked rally for affordable housing in downtown Vancouver earlier this afternoon.

Get soaked in a flash mob, dance at the festivals and witness a solar powered tricycle

If you weren't in Vancouver last weekend, you missed out. The Summer Live festival at Stanley Park was a huge success with great performances. Here's my personal favourite Dan Mangan singing his...

BEE Vancity Mix for Dec 9 - 12th: SquareWaves Music Fest, Lee Matasi Tribute, VACC Art Party & Much More

Konnichi wa, Vancity! Boy, oh boy, this week has already been action packed with free and exhilarating events. Can you believe that all this happened already this week? Board of Change with...

SFU Contemporary Arts opens with Dudes, Extra Extra, Deanna Peters and more

Walking into the courtyard area at Cambie and Cordova at 5pm on Friday evening, indie rock band The Dudes had the crowd grooving. The music was terrific, but the biggest entertainment factor came in...

Grounded TV profiles Paint Your Faith Vancouver, Peeta, Faith 47, Indigo, and Titi Freak

Brought to you by and First United Church, the Paint Your Faith project  hit the city of Vancouver with a 13’ x 130’ mural at 55-57 W. Hastings Street, across from...