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What happened to the bloomin' sun, you ask?

Grey, overcast skies and steady cold rain notwithstanding, the sun is out in Vancouver and has been out all day today (March 26). If you cannot see it I suggest that you are not looking in the right places. 26 more words

Vancouver B.C.

My spring haircut was so...21st century

Yesterday evening (March 23) I cut my hair. There’s nothing normally newsworthy about this fact—I’ve cut my own hair many hundreds of times over the last 30-some years. 705 more words

Vancouver B.C.

Dinosaur sighting in the Fairview neighbourhood

Just before noon today (March 22,) I spotted a large, animated and rather noisy Tyrannosaurus rex driving westbound through the 1400 block of West Broadway Avenue. 275 more words

Vancouver B.C.

Winter launches a desperate spring offensive

Vancouver is in day two of a hopeless spring offensive launched by the remaining rag-tag forces of winter.

Today (March 7) snow has been falling from the sky off and on since 8 a.m. 216 more words

Vancouver B.C.

Spring really is here—just not all day yet

Don’t be fooled by a second consecutive morning with snowfall; spring has definitely come early to Vancouver.

It’s true. Hear me out.

Once again today (February 28) you will notice that the snow ended by 10 a.m. 229 more words

Vancouver B.C.

That dragging feeling first thing in the morning

This morning (February 9), those of us who were watching rush hour traffic from the comfort of a seat in the McDonald’s restaurant in the 1400 block of West Broadway Avenue were rewarded with the modestly interesting sight of a waste-hauling truck dragging a fluorescent orange traffic cone in its undercarriage. 168 more words

Vancouver B.C.