Hospitality, Marketing & Tourism

Covering food, drink, travel and marketing in Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada as a whole

BC Parks adds 594 new campsites

If you like camping in B.C., there are now more options with the arrival of 594 new campsites. Ranging from walk-in tent sites to marine sites, 13 provincial parks will have 362 new sites and 12...

Take in National Rosé Day on a Vancouver patio

Ancora Waterfront restaurant is hosting a Paella and Rosé party June 8

Donnelly Group launching Ballyhoo Public House in former Winking Judge spot

The Donnelly Group is turning one now-defunct Vancouver pub into a brand new one, as it launches The Ballyhoo Public House in the space previously occupied by The Winking Judge. Situated at 888...

Vancouver’s largest car free day festival takes place this spring

As Vancouver’s largest car free day event, Main Street Car Free Day spans an impressive 21 blocks and offers a variety of food, shopping, and entertainment. From funky artisan shops to popular food...

New maps outline SkyTrain food crawls across Metro Vancouver

Feeling like taking on a couple of epic food crawls across Metro Vancouver? These new maps, created in partnership between TransLink and WestCoastFood, can be your guide to using SkyTrain lines to...

Digital hotels could ease Vancouver's hotel space shortage

Tech-based hotel chain eliminates concierge as guests order basic services via apps

This B.C. suspension bridge soars a jaw-dropping 2,000 feet high in the mountains (Photos)

If you feel intense trepidation upon crossing the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the Mount Nimbus Suspension Bridge might not be for you. Soaring nearly 2,000 feet high, this statuesque crossing rests...

Oxford Properties to sell 50% stake in Fairmont hotels in B.C., Alberta

The Fairmont hotels are located in Whistler, Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper and are said to have an estimated transaction value of over $1 billion

B.C. breweries bring home 50 medals from 2019 Canadian Brewing Awards

Central City Brewers and Distillers was the big winner from B.C. Saturday night as it picked up Best in Show at the 2019 Canadian Brewing Awards in Toronto for its After Hours Old Fashioned Pale Ale....

Talks underway but Four Winds yet to submit new proposal

Will a revised Four Winds proposal come back to Delta council for another look? That question was posed Monday by Coun. Bruce McDonald to planning director Marcy Sangret, who said staff has not...