Canadian Music Week Adds More Artists to the 2017 Lineup

Canadian Music Week has been adding more and more artists to the 2017 lineup. The latest round of artists added has been announced.

You can expect performances from are Big Sean, the Strumbellas, Tanya Tagaq, Whitehorse, 54-40, Dan Mangan, Bob Mould, Teenanger, New Swears, Yamantaka//Sonic Titan, Partner, Dune Rats, Tasseomancy, Han Han, Amelia Curran, Common Deer, Daniel Romano, Explosions in the Sky, Eyeballs, Generationals, Kasador, Matt Mays, Mia Martina, NQ Arbuckle, Papa Roach, Shotgun Jimmie, Sondre Lerche, Weight and Wildlife.

They join the rest of the line up which include Melissa Etheridge, Hollerado, Earl Sweatshirt, Wolf Parade, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Good Charlotte, Charlotte Day Wilson, Chaz Bundick Meets Mattson 2, Duchess Says, Flasher, Freak Heat Waves, Greys, High Valley, Hoan, Julia Jacklin, Madeline Merlo, River Town Saints, Weaves, Dear Criminals, Lab Coast, Bossie, Run Coyote, Surf Dads, the Honest Heart Collective, We Were Lovers and Wasiu, Hopsin, Allie X, Japanese Breakfast and Tim Darcy.

The festival will take place between April 18 and 23 at venues across Toronto. For more information about the festival visit the official CMW website.

Bryan Adams and Russell Peters step up to host JUNO Awards

These two Canadian legends have stepped up to the plate to host this years 2017 Juno Awards. Bryan Adams and comedian Russell Peters will co-host next month, replacing Michael Bublé who is dedicating his time to his three year old son who was diagnosed with cancer.  He also passed on his hosting duties for the Brit Awards last month. In his announcement he stated his son Noah was “progressing well” and “the doctors are very optimistic about the future for our little boy.”

 

 

 

 

 

“Our thoughts continue to be with Michael — we respect his ongoing commitment to his family and look forward to working with him again in the future,” “We are thrilled that his friends Bryan and Russell have stepped up to host this year’s broadcast and have no doubt they will deliver an unforgettable show.”  – Mike Cosentino, Bell Media’s senior vice-president of content and programming.

 

This won’t be the first time for Russell Peters who has hosted the Junos before in Calgary in 2008 and in 2009 in Vancouver. Bryan Adams on the other hand is familiar with the Junos as he is a 18-time Juno winner with multiple best artist, best album and best single trophies.

“Third time’s a charm! And who better to share the stage with than Bryan Adams?! I’m actually really excited to be back, and looking so forward to making the 2017 Juno Awards a memorable one,” – Russell Peters 

The Junos, which will be held in Ottawa on April 2, where the Canadian duo will host performances from A Tribe Called Red, Alessia Cara, Arkells, Ruth B, Sarah McLachlan, Shawn Mendes, and The Strumbellas.

Honda Celebration of Lights announced 2017’s participating Countries

This years Honda Celebration of Lights has announced the lineup for this summer’s annual fireworks celebration.

Known for being the world’s longest-running offshore fireworks competition three countries will be participating in this years event which include Japan, United Kingdom and Canada. Around 400,000 people come out to view the breath taking performances that light up the at Vancouver’s English Bay every year.

MUSIC

This year marks Canada’s 150th birthday, so in celebration of that the festival organizers the teams are required to incorporate one iconic Canadian song into their fireworks display. The public gets to place their vote to determine which songs those will be on Honda’s Celebration of Lights Facebook page.

 

Here are the songs:

  • Bryan Adams – Summer of ’69
  • Justin Bieber – Where Are You Now
  • Michael Bublé – Haven’t Met You Yet
  • Leonard Cohen – Hallelujah
  • Celine Dion – River Deep, Mountain High
  • Chantal Kreviazuk – Surrounded
  • The Tragically Hip – Ahead By A Century
  • The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face
  • Shania Twain- Up!
  • Spirit of the West – Home for a Rest

Make sure to get your vote in at the Honda Celebration of Light’s Facebook page between March 7 and April 2.

Ed Sheeran is ‘On his way’ to Vancouver

This will be the ultimate tour to attend this summer where Ed Sheeran tours through North America to play 48 dates starting June 2017. He will be performing his new album Divide with smash hits including Castle on the Hill, and Shape of You. If you want to see him live tickets are on sale starting Friday March 17th.

And if you’re a dedicated fan some tickets for fan pre-sale will be available at 10am on March 13th through the website edsheeran.com.

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES IN CANADA INCLUDE

July 7 || Toronto, ON || Air Canada Centre
July 18 || Quebec City, QC || Videotron Centre
July 19 || Montreal, QC || Bell Centre
July 22 || Winnipeg, MB || MTS Centre
July 23 || Saskatoon, SK || SaskTel Centre
July 25 || Edmonton, AB || Rogers Place
July 28 || Vancouver, BC || Rogers Arena

For a full list visit edsheeran.com.

Canada ranked #2 on 2017 Best Countries in the World

For the 2nd year in a row Canada has been ranked 2nd on The 25 Best Countries To Live in the World according to the study conducted by U.S. News in partnership with Y&R’s BAV and Wharton. Canada was ranked 2nd best over Switzerland which was the #1 country, but this was ranked out of 80 countries.

Sorry Canada, it seems as though Germany beat us for first last year and now Switzerland who oddly enough didn’t make last years list. And, this year Germany bumped down to 4th.

Here are some more categorical stats and rankings to pump our Canadian tires.

Way to go Canada. #ProudToBeCanadian

Here are the 25 best countries to live in the world in 2017

  1. Switzerland
  2. Canada
  3. United Kingdom
  4. Germany
  5. Japan
  6. Sweden
  7. United States of America
  8. Australia
  9. France
  10. Norway
  11. Netherlands
  12. Denmark
  13. Finland
  14. New Zealand
  15. Singapore
  16. Italy
  17. Luxembourg
  18. Austria
  19. Spain
  20. China
  21. Ireland
  22. United Arab Emirates
  23. South Korea
  24. Portugal
  25. India

You shouldn’t dine and dash, but you might want to Door Dash

Are you one of those people who sometimes likes to eat fancy meals in the comfort of your own home? Are you somebody who sometimes just wishes your favourite spot where they just “get the food right”, would offer a deliver service. Well, hold up, have you not heard of Door Dash? Ooooh, you’re about to be excited.

Door Dash is online food delivery service that picks up your food for you from restaurants you love and delivers it to your home. I know right, you never thought you’d see the day.

This online service is available in Vancouver and delivers food from up to 700 restaurants around the lower mainland.

How it works?

Simply sign up for a free account.

Enter your location to find restaurants near you.

Chose a restaurant, and order some grub.

Check out and pay online. (You can tip online too!)

A unique thing about door dash is they’re kind of similar to Uber in that they are always looking to hire. You can become a “Dasher” yourself and earn some extra cash. Full details are listed on the website. www.doordash.com.

FYI Costco Lovers the Cost is Going Up

It will be a little more expensive to be a Costco member this year.  The increased fees will take effect on June 1, 2017 and effect both Canada and the US memberships. With almost 87 million members as of last year, including the US and about 10 million in Canada, collectively members have paid more than $2.6 billion US for the right to shop at the stores.

And this is more than the company made in profits last year.

What does this mean for you?

Costco released a report of the new changes, stating that the Canadian and US goldstar members, businesses, will be paying $5 more per year, jumping from $55 to $60.

Executive members will now see an increase from $110 to $120 a year.

The fee increases will impact around 35 million members, with half of them being executive members.

The last time the chain hiked up their prices was back in 2011.

 

FVDED in the Park 2017 Line up

FVDED is back and the 2017 line up has been released. If you weren’t already pumped, well it’s the time. This marks the third year that FVDED has been “in the park”, instead of at the weekly party on Wednesday nights at Celebrities where FVDED began. Back again at Holland Park in Surrey, BC, there will be so much amazing artist performing this year.

Starting with headliners The Chainsmokers, Wiz Khalifa, PartyNextDoor, Dillon Francis, Ty Dolla $ign, and local legend DJ Vanic.  Other artist that will be joining are Yellow Claw  Russ, Getter, What So Not, NGHTMRE, Matoma, and much more. The full line up and ticket information is listed below.

Pre-sale tickets to this event go on sale on March 7th! And I don’t know about you, but I will be hopping on those right away.

 General Admission Two-Day Festival Passes and 19+ VIP Area Passes will be available for purchase on Monday, March 6th at 11am PST via www.fvdedinthepark.com. General Admission passes will be valid to admit all ages. Details on Single Day Passes will be released in the coming weeks.

What is better than seeing some of your favourite Dj’s and artists perform, in the summer, and at a local location! Name something better… i’ll wait.

FVDED in the Park 2017 Artist Lineup:

Show me the money? In this case… show me the Honey!

Are you a shopaholic who loves getting saving money so you can shop more? Well, well, well, stop reading now if you have any new year resolutions to shop less.

Honey is an online Google Crome extension that provides deals instantly while shopping. This app is for all those thrift shoppers who are sick of looking and looking for deals or coupons online. This app makes your life a whole lot easier by doing the work for you. You simply log on to whatever site you want to purchase things from and then as you reach your check out you look to the Honey extension for deals. In comparison to the site Groupon, this finds any deals online through other sites, including Groupon. Groupon is limited to the deals that they provide. It isn’t necessary to have to spend full price on anything anymore if there is a deal out in the cyber world which can save you some dough. So… on that note, SHOW ME THE HONEY!

How it works!

  1. Download the online Honey extension off the Google web store.

  2. Confirm the new extension.

  3.  It will attach to your webpage screen

  4. Once you are finished you can start shopping online and check for deals by clicking on the icon in the top right corner to scan fro any deals!

And if that wasn’t enough here’s a video to help you out! Happy Shopping! May the odds forever be in your favour.

Sasquatch 2017 Music Festival

Coming up in the next couple of months is the Sasquatch’s 2017 Music Festival and if you haven’t heard already here is the official line up. The headliners include Frank Ocean, Twenty One Pilots and Chance the Rapper.

The festival is hosted on the memorial ay weekend from May 26 – 28 in Washington.

Take a look at the poster below for a full list of the line up.

You can get tickets online at Sasquatchfestival.com.

Osheaga’s 2017 Line up

Osheaga revealed the official full line up for the 2017 music festival hosted in Montréal. With headlining artist The Weeknd, Muse and Lorde and other exciting artists like Major Lazer, Alabama Shakes, and Solange.

They’ll be joined by: Justice, Vance Joy, Cage the Elephant, Foster the People, MGMT, Nicolas Jaar, Father John Misty, Die Antwoord, the Shins, Milky Chance, Belle and Sebastian, Zeds Dead, Run the Jewels, Liam Gallagher, Broken Social Scene, Glass Animals, Majid Jordan, Nina Kraviz, London Grammar, Lil Uzi Vert, Crystal Castles, De La Soul, Tegan and Sara, Flatbush Zombies, Death from Above 1979, Arkells, Danny Brown, Sampha, Phantogram, Foxygen, Angel Olsen, Little Dragon, Car Seat Headrest, BADBADNOTGOOD, Andy Shauf, the Lemon Twigs, PUP, Whitney, Hamilton Leithauser, Rone, Cloud Nothings, Daniel Caesar, Beach Slang, Heat, River Tiber, Swet Shop Boys, Harrison, Choir! Choir! Choir! and more!

The festival is scheduled from August 4-6 at Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal. You can purchase tickets online at Osheaga.com.

Take a look at the full poster below.

Top Things to Do in Vancouver for March 2017

If you are second guessing staying home on the weekends this month, and doing the same usual stuff, consider this first. Here’s Evolution’s Top Things to Do Calendar for March 2017. From sport events, concerts, markets, cool shows, and fun things to do, check out our calendar and schedule some of these things to do to get out of your usual routine.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Saturday, March 4, 2017

  • TEDxStanleyPark – a TEDx event at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Guest speakers include Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and CBC Dragon’s Den celebrity and local restaurateur Vikram Vij and tons of others.
  • Festival du Bois – BC’s largest francophone festival held annually in Coquitlam.
  • Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Run – a run, jog and walk 5 km and 10.4 km event at Stanley Park.

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Monday, March 6, 2017

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

  • Vancouver Canucks – Vancouver Canucks vs. Montreal Canadiens at Rogers Arena at 7 pm.
  • Cheap Movie Night at various movie theatres

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

  • Colin James – Concert at the Orpheum 7:30pm Tickets online!

Thursday, March 9, 2017

  • Vancouver Canucks – Vancouver Canucks vs. New York Islanders at Rogers Arena at 7 pm.

Friday, March 10, 2017

  • Friday Night Live – comedy improv on Friday evenings at Lynn Valley United Church at 3201 Mountain Highway in North Vancouver.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

  • Daylight Savings Day is tomorrow! Set your clocks one hour forward before you go to bed!
  • Cavalia Odysseo – an amazing production featuring dozens of horses, riders, acrobats and dancers under a big top at Olympic Village.
  • Vancouver Canucks – Vancouver Canucks vs. Pittsburgh Penguins at Rogers Arena at 7 pm.
  • Family Favourites Movies – $2.99 movies at select Cineplex theatres at 11 am. This morning’s show is Kubo and the Two Strings.
  • Nat Bailey Winter Farmers Market – at Vancouver’s Nat Bailey Stadium at 4601 Ontario Street from 10 am until 2 pm.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

  • Daylight Savings Day
  •  Irish Family Day a small event starting at 11 am and featuring Irish brunch, Guinness beer, Caesar cocktails and family-friendly entertainment at The Blarney Stone pub in Gastown.

Monday, March 13, 2017

  • Vancouver Canucks – Vancouver Canucks vs. Boston Bruins at Rogers Arena at 7 pm.
  • Jameson Dinner a 4-course dinner and live music event featuring The Pat Chessell Band from 6 pm until midnight at The Blarney Stone pub in Gastown. Tickets are $50.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Friday, March 17, 2017

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

  • PlayDome – first of 5 days of amusement rides, games and indoor carnival at BC Place Stadium.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017

  • Cherry Jam Concert – a free series of performances outside the Burrard Street SkyTrain Station from noon until 1:30 pm.

Friday, March 31, 2017

If you attend any of these recommended events tag us @Evolution1079 and hashtag  in your photos! We will share them on our Facebook Page!

New to Netflix this March 2017

 

Clear your calendars, next month is about to take over your whole life and consume it with lots of TV. Well, only if you have a Netflix subscription that is. Here is a list of all the shows coming to Netflix Canada this March. Unless you don’t want to say bye bye to your social life, don’t read any further.

March 1

Before I Go to Sleep
Butter
Confessions of A Superhero
Force Majeur
Get Hard
Get Him To The Greek
Hap & Leonard: Season One
Ice Age: Collision Course
Impossible Dreamers
Independence Day: Resurgence
Indignation
Know Your Enemy – Japan
Let There Be Light
Looper
Nazi Concentration Camps
Palo Alto
Prelude To War
Rush
San Pietro
Semi-Pro
Snow White and the Huntsman
Source Code
Super Size Me
Sustainable
The Accidental Husband
The Cove
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
The Fight
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Memphis Belle: A story of a Flying Fortress
The Mummy: Quest for the Lost Scrolls
The Negro Soldier
The Notebook
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Punisher
The Red Violin
The September Issue
The Women
Thunderbolt
Tunisian Victory
Undercover: How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines
Warm Bodies
Why We Fight: The Battle of Russia
WWII: Report the Aleutians
X-men: Apocalypse
xXx
XXX: State of the Union

March 2

Grease

March 3

Greenleaf: Season 1
Riverdale: Season 1 – New Weekly Episodes

March 6

Better Off Single

March 7

Amy Schumer: The Leather Special
Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments: Season 2 – New Weekly Episodes

March 9

Young Offenders

March 10

Buddy Thunderstruck: Season 1
Burning Sands
Love: Season 2
One More Time: Season 1

March 14

Jim Norton: Mouthful of Shame

March 15

17 Again
Hive Alive: Season 1
Notes on Blindness
Silent Hill
Sugar Mountain

March 16

Beau Sejour: Season 1
The Godfather
The Godfather: Part II
The Godfather: Part III
The Hollow Point
The Last Kingdom: Season 2 – New Weekly Episodes

March 17

Marvel’s Iron Fist: Season 1
Deidra & Laney Rob A Train
Julie’s Greenroom: Season 1
Naledi: A Baby Elephant’s Tale
Pandora
Samurai Gourmet: Season 1
Star Trek Beyond

March 18

3 Days to Kill

March 21

Fire at the Sea (Fuocoammare)

March 23

Big Fat Liar
Road Trip
The Incredible Hulk

March 24

Bottersnikes & Grumbles: Season 2
Felipe Neto: My Life Makes No Sense
Gracie & Frankie: Season 3
Hell or High Water
Ingobernable: Season 1
Stranger Than Fiction
The Most Hated Woman in America

March 26

Goon
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

March 27

Better Call Saul: Season 2
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

March 28

Equity
Jo Koy: Live from Seattle
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

March 30

Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Peter Pan
Zoolander

March 31

13 Reasons Why: Season 1
Bordertown: Season 1
Dinotrux: Season 4
Five Came Back
GLOW: The Story of Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling
Lone Survivor
Pompeii
The Discovery
Trailer Park Boys: Season 1

Climb the Lions Gate Bridge

Would you take things to new heights and climb the Lions Gate Bridge?

A local Vancouver based resident Kevin Thomson, operator of Legendworthy Quest Inc. has proposed a business opportunity to the provincial government who have released a notice of intent for this operation.  This would be a guided tour and an opportunity to climb the Lions Gate Bridge to view the spectacular scenic views of our West coast region.

The tours would be a pricey cost of $200- $300 and would take climbers on the maintenance ladders inside the towers of the bridge. Once you get to the top there is a platform that you can stand on, to soak in the historic 1938 built bridge. The Lions Gate bridge consists of three lanes and the bridge is 5,981 feet long, and the height of 364 feet above water.

The provincial government supports Legendworthy and reports that they’re “uniquely qualified and has the very specialized expertise” for bringing the public to the top of the bridge. They’ve designed and developed safety support systems and emergency response protocols for this hopeful attraction.

 “Legendworthy has provided all details of the processes and procedures required to safely and effectively operate an adventure tourism business specific to the Lions Gate Bridge, including but not limited to the design of engineered plans, endorsement of required waivers, securities, safety plans, construction plans, and other risk mitigation strategies,” – (Notice of Intent)

 

 

 

Even though nothing is set in stone and a lot of details are needed to be worked out,  before this attraction can host climbers. The operation date is hope to begin as early as this July, aiming to attract 50 to 60 people a day. Time will be limited at first with less climbers per day. All climbers will have a training session and suitability testing.

Are you excited for this? It can’t be any worse than bungee jumping or skydiving right?

New Starbucks Blonde Espresso

Since 1975, Starbucks only had their signature roast espresso. It has been the essential taste to all of their handcrafted beverages. Up until yesterday Starbucks locations across Canada are now able to enjoy their new Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roast that they’ve added to their selection. This is a complete alternative flavour than the original. The new espresso offers a lighter roasted flavoured coffee and sweet flavour with a smooth creamy taste.

Anthony Carroll who is one of the specialist of Starbucks Coffee who was part of the team that created the new espresso. It is described as being a unique blend of Latin American and African coffee beans that have been roasted to bring out the lighter side of espresso. So, if you aren’t a fan of the bitter taste of regular espresso, the new Blonde Espresso is an option that offers smooth subtle flavours that anyone can enjoy.

“With our signature Starbucks Espresso, the caramelly roast comes through in the beverage while Blonde Espresso is a sweeter, gentler flavour. It’s a great way to invite new espresso drinkers to try our beverages, while also offering our seasoned coffee drinkers a way to experience our beverages in a new way.” – Anthony Carroll (Starbucks Coffee Specialist

 

2017 Honda Civic Tour featuring OneRepublic

The future looks good, as OneRepublic will be coming to Vancouver headlining the Honda Civic Tour. They will be performing their newest 4th in studio album Oh My My, with the hit singles “Wherever I Go,” “Kids” and the latest single “Let’s Hurt Tonight”. The album was released in October 2016 that reached #3 on the Billboard Top 200 Album chart. This is the bands first time on tour since the release of the new album. It has been popular since they’ve been recognized to have changed their sound.

The five stars will be touring all around the U.S. and North America and are excited to hit the road.

​”Our best memories come from summer tours in in the U.S. And the Honda Civic tour has been the benchmark of summer tours. It’s going to be a set list that we’ve never attempted before, it’s going to be production we’ve never attempted before… and it’s going to be the most interactive tour we’ve ever done before.” – OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder said on Instagram announcing the tour.

 

Tickets are available online starting on February 24 at 10:00am at livenation.com.

 2017 Honda Civic Tour featuring OneRepublic

  • When: Monday, August 21 at 7 pm – doors open at 6 pm.
  • Where: Rogers Arena – 888 Griffiths Way
  • Tickets: $25 to $145, available online, starting February 24

Rock the Park – Ambleside, West Vancouver

3 days, 11bands, and the beach. Who’s ready to ROCK? This will be Vancouver’s first ever 3 day Rock Music Festival! Rock the Park will be presenting 11 iconic Canadian rock bands, including Randy Bachman, April Wine, Platinum Blonde, Honeymoon Suite, Glass Tiger, Kenny Shields & Streetheart, Headpin, Harlequin, Nick Gilder & Sweeney Todd, Helix and Prism!

This summer event will be throwing it back to 80’s with classical rock sets blasting until the sunsets at Ambleside Park in West Vancouver.

When: Aug 18, 2017 12:00 am – Ends Aug 20, 2017 11:00 pm

How much?: $62.50 to $149.50 (Early bird tickets online)

Where: Ambleside Park Address 1150 Marine Drive, West Vancouver

For more information, visit www.RockTheParkAmbleside.com

Starbucks serving Ice cream and Coffee!

The famous coffee chain, Starbucks is yet again trying something new and out of the box. If you thought that the icy frappuccino’s they offer are good, well now they are serving ice cream. Coffee and ice cream separately are amazing, now imagine combining them together, Starbucks has. Starbucks will be testing serving ‘Affogato’, which is an Italian-style dessert. Affogato is known as a scoop of ice cream that is “drowned” in a shot of hot espresso. Sounds heavenly.

Here’s the full list of new affogato-inspired offerings at Starbucks locations:

  • Classic Espresso Affogato: Two shots of espresso poured over vanilla ice cream.
  • Starbucks Narino 70 Cold Brew Float: Cold brew poured over vanilla ice cream.
  • Starbucks Narino 70 Cold Brew Malt: Cold brew blended with ice cream, malt and chocolate bitters.

The new addition is being test in 10 Reserve coffee bars in D.C., Los Angeles, Chicago, Maryland and Boston, and 100 Starbucks stores in the Orange County, California, area. Hopefully soon coming to Canada, because us Canadians are obsessed with our Starbucks as well. This will be ultimate reason to always chose Starbucks coffee, daily.

High Speed Train from Vancouver to Seattle!

If you are one of the many people who loves taking trips down to Seattle for Seahawks games, or tax free shopping sprees in Portland, there may be a quicker way to get there in the near future. This will all be possible if this new project for a high speed train gets approved. The train would link Vancouver, Seattle and Portland together and cut down the travel time of 3 hours to 1 hour. Washington Governor Jay Inslee has proposed a $1 million study in his 2017-2019 budget to study the feasibility of this project. The High speed train is defined by going as fast as 250 miles per hour, or 400 kilometres per hour.

Some of the reasons that support this proposal are:

  • This area is geographically perfect for a train of this sort.
  • The train would link three large cities that allows for easier transportation between them.
  • As for the economy, this would allow growth for businesses, because it brings more people traffic to these areas.
  •  This would add as a good alternative to congested highways and full airports.

And the thoughts against this decision:

  • Cost is a big one, as this project will need a budget of billions of dollars.
  • This will be a large project and the train will need sufficient space.
  • Environmentally wanting to avoid of running train through the Cascadia Region.

The report needs to be completed and presented to the legislature by December, 15 2017.

“The freeways are full. The airports are full, he said. So you’re looking at those capacities, thinking, well if we’re going to continue to grow, then we’re going to have to come up with a better way.” – Mark Hallenbeck is the director of the Washington State Transportation Center —Interview with Global BC

For the full interview with Global click here. 

Here’s an idea of what you can expect this to look like.

Canada’s first ever Snowbombing 2017 line up

Europe’s largest and most popular snow and music festival, Snowbombing, is coming to Canada for the first time. This will be Canada’s biggest music festival on snow EVER! Coors Light and Blueprint Events will be hosting the 4 day event and will debut at Sun Peaks Resort near Kamloops on April 6 to 10, 2017.

Snowbombing is known for being one of the world’s most unique music experiences, and an event you are sure not to forget. Where the love of snow sports and music comes together for the ultimate party. The festival has brought thousands of fans together from around the world for over 17 years in the Tyrollean Alps in Mayrhofen, Austria.

Here is the 2017 Line up! You can get tickets online on their website.