BC Footprints

BC Island Contains North America’s Earliest Known Footprints

Scientists believe they’ve found three sets of 13,000-year-old human footprints on the shoreline of Calvert Island, B.C. The markings are thought to be the earliest ever discovered in North America. The finding suggests humans from Asia travelled into North America using the Pacific coastline, not by walking through the interior, … Read More

2012 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Vancouver

During late January and into the month of February, Vancouver’s PuSh International Performing Arts Festival tasks creative Canadian and international artists to push (hence the name) boundaries, engage audiences and expand horizons. There are far too many shows to attend all, but here are a few suggestions that will have … Read More

The Urban Mobile Office, Vancouver

When it comes to working on the go, Vancouver offers a multitude of spots where you can grab more than just coffee and a comfy seat and hook into the internet. Aesthetics are the new caffeine, and there’s nothing wrong staking your territory early and staying for a good time … Read More

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