Entertainment, Media & Sports

Covering all issues relating to the arts, music, sports, film and TV in Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada as a whole

Cancelled Vancouver electric car race takes detour into a Montreal court

The first of five annual Canadian E-Fests was scheduled for June 30-July 2, and its cancellation led to a sports ticketing and travel company suing the promoter of the Vancouver electric car race

What are we reading? September 29, 2022

Each week, BIV staff will share with you some of the interesting stories we have found from around the web.   Timothy Renshaw, managing editor: More encouraging news on the transportation...

Welcome to 2022 ticket sticker price shock, B.C. 

Cross-border considerations helping inflate sports, music concert prices

Overstory Media buys Georgia Straight

Upstart media company plans to reinstate the 55-year-old publication's arts and entertainment section

Whitecaps grappling with the ups and downs of 2022 “transition” season

The Vancouver Whitecaps are nearing the end of their first full season back in Vancouver since the start of the pandemic. But with Major League Soccer (MLS) playoffs on the horizon, the team is only...

Vancouver Canadians enjoying success on and off the field

After Minor League Baseball (MiLB) canceled its 2020 season due to COVID-19, the Vancouver Canadians, B.C.’s MiLB team, were forced to play their 2021 season in enemy territory: Hillsboro,...

LED Volume stage delivers strange new virtual worlds to B.C. film industry

World’s largest LED stage recently opened in Metro Vancouver, drawing interest from film sector

B.C.’s CFL team gets a new look on and off the field

New quarterback, new owner, new experience, new Lions

What are we reading? September 22, 2022

What are we reading: September 19-23, 2022 Each week, BIV staff will share with you some of the interesting stories we have found from around the web.   Timothy Renshaw, managing editor: If you...

5 things you (probably) didn't know about music in Vancouver

A legendary country music star got her first break in south Vancouver