January 20, 2018

Come Together! Getting A Community Fun Day Set Up

Flickr It's a great way to get families, friends and people who never met together. Organizing a fun day for charity is fantastic because, not just the fact that you are raising money for charity, but it's a great way to bring people together. Lots of neighborhoods nowadays aren't that particularly close-knit so you could use this as an … [Read more...]

Apple patent details iOS journaling system, hints at extrapolated Events functionality

Apple was today granted a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, filed as 8,316,046, which lays out the framework for a mobile device to "collect and store journal event data over a time span, the journal event data comprising data associated with a plurality of events, including a location and a timestamp of each event." … [Read more...]

Best Stateside St. Patrick’s Day Events

Cities countrywide are flaunting their Gaelic glory in the form of parades, parties, and pub crawls in the coming week. From the longest-running Patty’s parade in Boston to a New Orleans-style celebration and more, here are the top 5 places to shamrock it out stateside this year. Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Vancouver Halloween Fun For Kids – Halloween Events & Free Parties for the Younger Set

Trick or Treak in Yaletown. Photo: Yaletown BIA Costumes, candy, Trick or Treat—Halloween is a big deal when you’re a kid, and there are lots of things to do in Vancouver to celebrate the holiday for kids 10 and under. While a few of the Top 10 Vancouver Halloween Events & Attractions are appropriate for younger kids, many … [Read more...]

10/08/2011 – TD Canada Trust hosts electronics recycling events in B.C.

Cash and cheques won’t be the only deposits accepted at select TD Canada Trust branches in B.C.  Today, TD Canada Trust announced the launch of its E-Recycling Event, making it easy for Canadians to dispose of their old electronics at approximately 50 of its participating branches.  Customers and local area residents are encouraged to bring in … [Read more...]

10/01/2011 – TD Canada Trust hosts electronics recycling events in B.C.

Cash and cheques won’t be the only deposits accepted at select TD Canada Trust branches in B.C.  Today, TD Canada Trust announced the launch of its E-Recycling Event, making it easy for Canadians to dispose of their old electronics at approximately 50 of its participating branches.  Customers and local area residents are encouraged to bring in … [Read more...]

Alcohol Sales and Big Events

Newly released government documents show officials at the provincial liquor control and licensing branch were worried about a Stanley cup riot days before the fateful game seven.   The documents mostly stem from the office of Karen Ayers, a senior official with the liquor control branch.   Ayers notes there had been growing crowds, high … [Read more...]

9/11 Memorial Preview and Anniversary Events in New York City

From the long-awaited opening of the National 9/11 Memorial to a grass roots gathering of people joining hands in Lower Manhattan, here's an overview of upcoming New York City events to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Fodor's Travel Wire … [Read more...]

Stanley Cup riot review outlines recommendations for future public events

A Vancouver police internal review of the Stanley Cup riot is recommending more training for regional police and tougher penalties for liquor offences at large public events. The review says police around Metro Vancouver need more training to plan and practice working together at large regional events. It also suggests putting airport style … [Read more...]