He has been dubbed The Man Who Saved Vancouver.
Some 75,000 items, including Rogers Sugar artifacts and Chinese opera costumes, remain under lock and key.
A far cry from the scornful No Fun City label of today.
A glimpse into the day-to-day lives of Victorian-era Vancouverites.
In late 1950s through the ‘60s, the New Westminster facility was known for its work in the controversial field of psychedelic therapy.
A Vancouver historian’s book brings to life the story of an infamous local homicide.
A tale of a man driven to succeed at all costs; of bankruptcies and ruined lives; and of arrogance, corruption, scandal, and murder.
At long last, a formerly closed-off space begins welcoming the community.
Founded in 1935, the club is a place for generations of German-Canadians (and all other Canadians) to eat, drink, sing, dance, and connect.
When they were first constructed at the dawn of the electric age, they were the first of their kind in North America—and were also at the centre of a major controversy.