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Casa de Amigos – A Cinco de Mayo Celebration Returns to Robson Square

Casa de Amigos – A Cinco de Mayo Celebration Returns to Robson Square Wet Ape Productions and Savoury Chef bring Robson Square to life with their second annual Mexican festival. Vancouver, BC – Casa de Amigos, a festival celebrating Mexican cultu


Ballet Victoria

Ballet Victoria presents a mixed program with new works to music by rock legends including, The Rolling Stones (Paint it Black), Jimmy Hendrix (Foxy Lady), Pink Floyd (Comfortably Numb), the Eagles (Hotel California), Disturbed (The Sound of Silence)


Vancouver International Tequila Expo

Tequila Expo in Vancouver, get your tickets, win a trip to Puerto Vallarta   If you are in Vancouver and you say Tequila! everybody will like to drink it. On May 28th the Vancouver International Tequila Expo 5th edition is going to bring a Tequi


Let’s shine together and help Fort McMurray!

Fort McMurray: A tragedy in Canada The latest Wildfire in Alberta’s Fort McMurray it currently sits at 161,000 hectares and could grow to 200,000 hectares; the economic losses has been estimated to 7 billion of dollars. Alberta Premier Rachel


So the Grouse Grind is open for the season and you want to conquer it this year

Grouse grind So the Grouse Grind is open for the season and you want to conquer it this year. The mountains of North Vancouver offer great views and after suffering trying to complete your fitness quota of the year, you can also have fun and a nice r


Cinco de Mayo

What is Cinco de Mayo? Cinco de Mayo has become a party for all Latin people living in the United States and Canada, as a recognition and many times as an excuse, to drink, eat and party as a Latino. But let’s spread  knowledge about what really h


Olympic dressage dream now a reality for Dominican Republic rider

A dressage rider from the Dominican Republic has become the first from her country to qualify for the Olympic Games in an equestrian sport. Yvonne Losos de Muñiz secure the Rio 2016 Olympic spot available for competitors from Central and South Ameri


Lessons about coffee, and life, percolate on trip to El Salvador

Jim Holland Diane and Jesse O’Connor traveled more than 2,200 miles to gain a new appreciation for something most people take for granted: a well-brewed cup of coffee. While serious java junkies are known for going well out of their way to find a g


4 dead, 3 vendors hurt after plane hits market in Bolivia

LA PAZ, Bolivia — Police in Bolivia say a small plane crashed into a market in a town in the country’s north, killing all four people in the aircraft and injuring three vendors on the ground. The Cessna 206 smashed down near the entrance