Heron Voyeurs Flock To Stanley Park : Courting, Mating, Feeding and Fighting
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Heron Voyeurs Flock To Stanley Park : Courting, Mating, Feeding and Fighting

By theWedge.LIVE Bird watching is one thing, but the large Pacific Great Blue Herons is a whole other visual and auditory experience. Add this stop to your weekend “what to do list.” And bring your camera. They’re back at Stanley Park, Vancouver, for the 20th consecutive year. It seems this place is their version of … Continue reading

Granville Bridge Evolving Into a Spectacular Vancouver Attraction
British Columbia / The Wedge / Vancouver

Granville Bridge Evolving Into a Spectacular Vancouver Attraction

By MAGGIE M, Editor, theWedge.LIVE I walked the Granville Bridge last November with difficulty. It’s high up and accordingly, it triggered serious vertigo in my stride. While I felt the pull from the depths of the Burrard Inlet below me, I was staying close to the handrail to brace myself and avoid vehicles careening toward … Continue reading

Three Lip-Smacking Vancouver Charmers
British Columbia / The Wedge / Vancouver

Three Lip-Smacking Vancouver Charmers

By MAGGIE M, Editor, Publisher, Wedgee-in-Chief, theWedge.LIVE On my recent jaunt through Vancouver and North Vancouver some places remain on my palate’s memory. Two places in comely Kerrisdale deserve special mention and another in North Vancouver. HONOLULU COFFEE At Honolulu Coffee  2098 41st Ave West, you place your order to a smiling barista. There’s no … Continue reading

Granville Island Magnetizes Masses Still
British Columbia / The Wedge / Vancouver

Granville Island Magnetizes Masses Still

By MAGGIE M, Editor, Publisher, Wedgee-in-Chief, theWedge.LIVE Is there any place like Granville Island in North America? I think not. Life under the Granville Street Bridge on Granville Island, Vancouver, bristles with creativity and culture. It’s a departure from the squalor below many urban bridges in the Western world. Charming shops, galleries, artists in studio, … Continue reading