From forgotten venues to fallen stars, here are our top three Hidden Vancouver stories of the year.
Vancouver was once a parade of colourful proprietors, wild stunts, and happening venues. From Isy’s Supper Club to Oscar’s Steakhouse and more, here’s a look back at some of the now-vanished venues that made our city shine.
October marked the 60th anniversary of a macabre piece of Vancouver history, made quietly in the bedroom of a West End apartment, where Hollywood swashbuckling star Errol Flynn took his last breath.
The development of Kitsilano Beach follows a series of land grabs by the largest corporation in the country at the time, the Canadian Pacific Railway, as it pushed the Squamish inhabitants of Snauq, and some other local families, out of its way.
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