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the north island restaurant report: where to eat in port hardy and port mcneill

I was sure that one of the downsides of moving to a small town in a relatively remote area would be a serious lack of food choices. I've been very happy to be wrong! There aren't a lot of restaurants here, but what's here is very good -- well-prepared, fresh, tasty food, and excellent, friendly service. As with most things, I'm finding that having a few choices are enough.  I cook a lot more now, as there's no prepared food, and I'm also less busy and have more energy. Allan's been helping ...
Tags: Food Issues, Life In A Small Town, Vancouver Island, Laura K


Flames Burn Canucks – Giordano Tallies 3

VANCOUVER — Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano put up a goal and two assists on Saturday night, helping his team to a 3-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks. Garnet Hathaway and Andrew Mangiapane also scored for the Flames (47-21-7). Brock Boeser responded with a power-play goal for the Canucks (32-33-10). Calgary goalie Mike Smith turned away 27-of-28 shots and Jacob Markstrom had 28 saves for Vancouver. Mike Smith (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers) The loss snapped a three-ga...
Tags: Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks


NHL Short Notes

SATURDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps NEW JERSEY 2, Arizona 1 (SO) NY Islanders 4, PHILADELPHIA 2 COLORADO 4, Chicago 2 Ottawa 4, EDMONTON 3 (OT) NY Rangers 2, TORONTO 1 (OT) MONTREAL 7, Buffalo 4 Boston 7, FLORIDA 3 CAROLINA 5, Minnesota 1 WINNIPEG 5, Nashville 0 ST. LOUIS 4, Tampa Bay 3 Pittsburgh 3, DALLAS 2 Calgary 3, VANCOUVER 1 Detroit 3, VEGAS 2 (OT) LOS ANGELES 4, Anaheim 3 (SO) Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"


San Francisco! Come see me and Richard Kadrey in Berkeley on Monday with my new book RADICALIZED! Next up: Portland/Ft Vancouver, Seattle & Anaheim!

I've had a fabulous weekend at Chicago's C2E2 festival as part of my Radicalized book-tour, and now I'm heading to San Francisco for an appearance on Monday night at Berkeley Arts & Letters at 7:30PM with Richard Kadrey. Then it's on to at Ft Vancouver (outside of Portland, OR), and then the Seattle Public Library and finally a weekend of events at Wondercon in Anaheim. Come on out! (Image: Nikola Danaylov, CC-BY-SA)
Tags: Post, Happy Mutants, Radicalized, San Francisco, Science Fiction


Canucks News & Rumors: Benning, Biega, Pettersson & Bure

It’s a difficult part of the season for the Vancouver Canucks, one way or another. The team has all but been eliminated from the playoffs, yet they went into Dallas and Chicago took two overtime wins from the Stars (in a shootout) and the Blackhawks (when Bo Horvat scored 16 seconds into overtime). Most fans might suggest that it’s a time when the Canucks should be losing, but this is a team that seems to win when it should be losing and loses when it should be winning. There is a slight cha...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Chicago, Blues, Dallas, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, Edmonton Oilers, Oilers, Blackhawks, Ottawa Senators, Vancouver Canucks, Bo Horvat, Utica, Canucks


NHL Short Notes

WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps Toronto 4, BUFFALO 2 Tampa Bay 5, WASHINGTON 4 (OT) VANCOUVER 7, Ottawa 4 Winnipeg 3, ANAHEIM 0 Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
Tags: Washington, Sport, Vancouver, Buffalo, NHL, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Tampa Bay, Anaheim


Canucks Control Senators – Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

VANCOUVER — Bo Horvat scored twice and added an assist to help the Vancouver Canucks keep their playoff hopes alive with a 7-4 win over the depleted Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night. Tanner Pearson also had two goals for Vancouver (32-32-10), while Brock Boeser, Jake Virtanen and Loui Eriksson, into an empty net, chipped in as well. The Canucks, who won their third straight game, matched their longest winning streak of the season. Elias Pettersson had two assists. He leads all rookies...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Chicago, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, Pearson, Anderson, Ottawa, Ottawa Senators, Craig Anderson, Vancouver Canucks, Bo Horvat, Canucks, Arizona Coyotes


Toronto! I'm at the Metro Reference Library tonight at 7PM with my new book RADICALIZED! Next up: Chicago, San Francisco, Portland/Ft Vancouver...

We had a hell of an event last night at The Strand in NYC, and I'm about to head to the airport for my flight to Toronto for tonight's event at the Metro Reference Library, hosted by the Globe & Mail's Barry Hertz; then it's Chicago's C2E2 festival and then to Berkeley for an event with the writer and photographer Richard Kadrey, and then the at Fort Vancouver's Clark College (just outside of Portland, OR); and then the tour takes me to Seattle and Anaheim! I hope you'll come out and say hi! ...
Tags: Post, Happy Mutants, Science Fiction, News, Toronto, Events, Chicago, Vancouver, Seattle, Berkeley, Anaheim, Portland OR, Clark College, Fort Vancouver, Richard Kadrey, Barry Hertz


Coyotes Weekly: Still in the Playoff Hunt

With less than three weeks to go, and with the Arizona Coyotes still firmly entrenched in a tight race for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, there’s no doubt that, over the next few weeks, every game (and point) matters. There are only nine games remaining, and only 18 more points can be gathered, giving the Coyotes a 96-point maximum for this season. Six wins in those nine games will give Arizona 90 points – would that be enough to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs? Can they ...
Tags: Column, La, New York City, Sport, Tor, Chicago, Glendale, New Jersey, Arizona, Kings, San Jose, Vancouver, Newark, Hockey, NHL, DAL


Wednesday Afternoon Hockey Thoughts

from Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, - ... The focus should be on repairing the problems and focusing on the playoffs. This is too important a time of year. Babcock’s not walking away, but is anyone else wondering if this marriage is in trouble? - I think Vancouver is going to look at finding a youngish defenceman, maybe somebody in his early to mid-20s. Troy Stecher’s in that range, and he’s made real good strides. Quinn Hughes is younger, Alexander Edler and Chris Tanev older. Think...
Tags: Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Vancouver, NHL, Babcock, Steven, Gary Bettman, Tampa Bay, Mclellan, Elliotte Friedman, Todd McLellan, Alexander Edler, Chris Tanev, NHLPA, Rob Blake


Win That Pitch: How SEO Agencies Can Land New Business

Posted by TheMozTeamIf you’re a digital agency, chances are you have your sights set on a huge variety of clients — from entertainment and automotive, to travel and finance — all with their own unique SEO needs. So how do you attract these companies and provide them with next-level SEO? By using a flexible tracking solution that delivers a veritable smorgasbord of SERP data every single day. Here are just four ways you can leverage STAT to lock down new business.  1. Arm yourself with intel bef...
Tags: Google, Seo, Vancouver, Montreal, Quebec City, SERP, TheMozTeam


“We Love ALICE Because It’s a One-Stop Shop”

The newly-opened EXchange Hotel Vancouver has chosen ALICE to optimize hotel operations and enhance the guest experience in Vancouver's first LEED Platinum Heritage Conversion. ALICE is the hospitality industry's leading operations technology, connecting every department of the hotel with one platform for all staff communication and guest requests.Housed in the original Vancouver Stock Exchange, EXchange Hotel prides itself on being both green and technology-focused. Meeting challenging s...
Tags: Travel, Vancouver, Alice, EXchange Hotel Vancouver, LEED Platinum Heritage Conversion ALICE, Vancouver Stock Exchange EXchange Hotel


6 Cities That Deserve Another Chance

Travel isn’t always rainbows and puppies. Sometimes bad things happen and sometimes we visit places that we don’t like. I know, I know, there’s something good to be found everywhere; except when you don’t want to find it. Usually when I don’t like a new city or destination it’s because I was in a bad mood or something rubbed me the wrong way. I’m a fairly temperamental person and when I decide I don’t like something, I tend to never deviate from that idea. So in a spirit of reconciliation, I be...
Tags: Travel, Milan, London, La, Toronto, Los Angeles, Canada, Italy, Sydney, Athens, Vancouver, Melbourne, Montreal, Florence, Southern California, Top Travel Tips


Regent Seven Seas Cruises: Best Value in Luxury Cruises?

Is Regent Seven Seas Cruises the Best Value in Luxury Cruises? Regent Seven Seas Cruises makes a bold claim that they are the best value in luxury cruises. And interestingly, they seem to be willing to back up their claim each year with written comparisons that they make between themselves and other luxury cruise providers. While I am one who strongly feels that you can’t and shouldn’t judge a luxury travel experience solely by price, as so many are want to do, it certainly makes sense to bring...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Blog, Vancouver, Continental, Carol, Anchorage, Hoonah, Roaming Boomers Travel Services, Virtuoso Voyages, Luxury Ocean Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, La Veranda, Smithsonian Journeys, Icy Point Strait, Sette Mari


Best things to do in Calgary

Calgary is a city that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. It doesn’t see nearly the visitor numbers of Vancouver, Toronto, or Montreal, and despite being the largest city in Alberta it’s actually not even the provincial capital. The jumping off point for many of the four million annual visitors to Banff National Park, this city of 1.2 million is a cowtown that’s grown up and found its footing among the country’s modern skylines. It’s one that hasn’t forgotten the roots that make it uniq...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary Flames, Denver, Alberta, Calgary, Banff, Banff National Park, All, Napa Valley, Sara, Inglewood, East Village, Central Library


Spider-Man : Into The Spiderverse Academy & Golden Globe Awards

I very seldom post pictures of myself, but it’s not everyday one get to hold the Academy and Golden Globes award statues; both which Spider-Man : Into The Spiderverse won for the Best Animated Feature Film. I was a lighting/compositing artist on the project. Pictured with me below are the director Peter Ramsey (left) and head of animation Josh Beveridge (right). A very big thanks to Peter and Josh for bringing the statues up to Sony Imageworks in Vancouver so that all the crew members can hav...
Tags: Work, Comics, Life, Marvel, Spider-Man, Animation, Vancouver, Anime, Golden Globes, Peter, Josh, Academy Award, Peter Ramsey, Sony Imageworks, Spider-Man : Into The Spiderverse, Best Animated Feature Film


What I Learned From Spending Two Nights in the Woods

You’ve probably come across an online quiz or seven where they ask if you’ve ever done this, if you’ve ever eaten that, or if you’ve ever visiting this place or that. You tally up your score and determine that you’ve still got a lot of the world to see, a lot of food to eat, and a lot of items to tick off your bucket list. Even though I was born and raised right here in Vancouver, I’ve always wondered about how Canadian I really am. I mean, I enjoy poutine and beaver tails as much as the next h...
Tags: Walmart, Blogging, Vancouver


NHL Short Notes

MONDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps TAMPA BAY 4, Arizona 1 Vancouver 3, CHICAGO 2 (OT) Winnipeg 3, LOS ANGELES 2 Vegas 7, SAN JOSE 3 Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Arizona, San Jose, Vancouver, NHL, Vegas, OT Winnipeg


Canucks Beat Blackhawks – Horvat Scores OT Winner

CHICAGO — Bo Horvat scored 16 seconds into overtime, and the Vancouver Canucks stopped Chicago’s five-game win streak with a 3-2 victory over the Blackhawks on Monday night. Alexander Edler and Markus Granlund also scored for Vancouver, which was coming off a 3-2 shootout victory in Dallas on Sunday. Thatcher Demko made 29 saves in his third career win. The Canucks (31-32-10) pulled within six points of Arizona for the second wild card in the jumbled bottom of the Western Conference. They begin ...
Tags: Chuck, Sport, Ap, Chicago, Arizona, Dallas, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, Chicago White Sox, Chicago Blackhawks, Kane, Philadelphia Flyers, Blackhawks, Patrick Kane, Vancouver Canucks


How Could It Not Be A Goal?

from Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet, But whenever Vancouver fans think of Sunday’s game, it won’t be for Schaller scoring a deuce or Josh Leivo sniping the shootout winner. It will be for rookie Elias Pettersson being denied a second-period goal when Stars goaltender Anton Khudobin foiled Pettersson on a second-period penalty shot by throwing his stick straight into the Swede’s feet. Despite clear wording in the NHL rulebook that a goal should have been awarded automatically on Khudobin’...
Tags: Sport, Stars, Chicago, Vancouver, NHL, Canucks, Tim Peel, Anton Khudobin, Iain MacIntyre, Josh Leivo, Khudobin, Schaller, Pettersson, St Pierre, Travis Green, Justin St Pierre


Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2 Trailer Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2 trailer released Netflix has released the official Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2 trailer and being wicked never felt so good. Check out the trailer now below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMa...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Vancouver, Cw, Ross Lynch, Sabrina, Richard Coyle, Bronson Pinchot, Netflix Original Series, Shipka, Warner Bros Television, Jon Goldwater


Rangers Are This Season’s Unluckiest Team

The New York Rangers have had a season like no other in the team’s recent history. As a club that used to be a perennial Stanley Cup contender, the Rangers are used to getting good breaks and lucky rewards. That is seemingly the nature of the playoffs. One bounce here and one tip there, the team that takes advantage of the lucky breaks usually wins. But now the Rangers are experiencing the other side, the unlucky one. They’re a team that puts forth a plentiful amount of effort night in and night...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Washington, Sport, Rangers, Lightning, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Dallas Stars, Big Apple, Vladislav Namestnikov, Vancouver Canucks, Canucks


Avalanche Down Devils – Grubauer Earns Shutout

DENVER — Philipp Grubauer made 22 saves for his third shutout in his last five starts, and the Colorado Avalanche beat the New Jersey Devils 3-0 on Sunday. Tyson Barrie scored twice as Colorado (31-29-12) stayed in the mix for a second straight playoff appearance. Nathan MacKinnon scored his 37th goal and also had an assist to reach the 90-point mark for the second straight season. The Avalanche trail Arizona by four points for the second wild card in the Western Conference with 10 games to go. ...
Tags: Minnesota, Colorado, Sport, Avalanche, New Jersey, Arizona, Dallas, Vancouver, Hockey, Denver, Minnesota Wild, New Jersey Devils, Washington Capitals, Coyotes, Schneider, Devils


Canucks Outshine Stars – Leivo Scores in Shootout

DALLAS — Josh Leivo scored in the fourth round of the shootout to lift the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 winover the Dallas Stars on Sunday night. Leivo’s shot went over Stars goalie Anton Khudobin after Canucks goalie Jacob Markstrom had stopped four Dallas skaters. Vancouver’s Tim Schaller scored twice in the first 11 minutes for his first goals in nearly a year. It was his first career multi-goal game. Markstrom finished with 44 saves. Canucks goalie Jacob Markstrom (Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Spor...
Tags: Florida, Usa, Sport, Stars, Chicago, Dallas, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, St Louis, Dallas Stars, Tyler Seguin, Vancouver Canucks, Canucks, Jamie Benn, John Klingberg


Here’s where all of this year’s TV pilots are filming

The pilot season is in full swing, meaning cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver will be covered in TV production crews for the next few weeks. Los Angeles has 18, while New York and Vancouver have 9 each. Below are all of this year’s pilots, the show’s stars, and where they are […] The post Here’s where all of this year’s TV pilots are filming appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Los Angeles, Vancouver, New York Los Angeles, 2019 TV Pilots, Pilot Filming Locations TV Pilots


25 FREE Things to do in Vancouver in 2019

We’ve lived in Vancouver for over 15 years and, during this time, we’ve hosted many first time visitors to the city. We’re often asked the question, “what are the most popular things to do in Vancouver?”  Our responses tend to vary depending on the time of year, but there are several places in Vancouver that we always recommend to first time visitors. The must see attractions that make Vancouver an awesome city. Last summer, we wrote a detailed post that highlights 25 Awesome Day Trips from Van...
Tags: Travel, Asia, San Francisco, Canada, New Brunswick, Alaska, Adventures, Shanghai, Vancouver, North America, Whistler, British Columbia, Chinatown, North Shore, Travel Stories, Top Lists


Rangers Trade Deadline Aftermath

It wasn’t surprising that Mats Zuccarello, Kevin Hayes and Adam McQuaid were among the New York Rangers players moved either prior to or at the trade deadline. The aftermath of these three trades has set the Rangers up to become an active participant in this summer’s offseason. The 2018-19 campaign started out very promising, but as the season progressed, Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton knew tough personnel decisions needed to be made if the franchise’s rebuild was going to continue moving f...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Rangers, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Mark, Bruce Bennett Getty, Mats Zuccarello, Ryan McDonagh, Hayes, Adam McQuaid, Kevin Hayes, Jeff Gorton


NHL Short Notes

FRIDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps TORONTO 7, Philadelphia 6 COLUMBUS 3, Carolina 0 Vegas 2, DALLAS 1 Anaheim 5, COLORADO 3 CALGARY 5, NY Rangers 1 New Jersey 3, VANCOUVER 2 (SO) Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
Tags: Colorado, Toronto, Sport, New Jersey, Dallas, Philadelphia, Vancouver, NHL, Columbus, Calgary, Vegas, Anaheim, Carolina, NY Rangers


Golden Knights Beat Stars – Reaves Gets Winner

DALLAS — Ryan Reaves scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period, and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Dallas Stars 2-1 Friday night. Max Pacioretty scored in the opening minute of the game for Vegas, and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 40 shots — including 16 in the third period — for his 35th win. The Golden Knights have won seven of eight to remain third in the Pacific Division. Roope Hintz scored for Dallas and Anton Khudobin finished with 35 saves and also stopped a penalty shot by Wil...
Tags: Sport, Stars, Dallas, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, Pacific, Vegas, Dallas Stars, Central Division, Ben Bishop, Marc Andre Fleury, Esa Lindell, Ryan Reaves, Max Pacioretty, Anton Khudobin


Devils Fight Back to Beat Canucks in Shootout

VANCOUVER — Damon Severson scored in the seventh round of the shootout to give the New Jersey Devils a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Friday night. The Devils had trailed 2-0 early in the third period before Kevin Rooney and Stefan Noesen scored goals 7:53 apart to force overtime. Vancouver rookie Elias Pettersson broke out of a scoring slump with a power-play goal to open the scoring in the second period. The Canucks took a 2-0 lead early in the third when Tanner Pearson scored. Bo Horva...
Tags: Sport, New Jersey, Arizona, Rangers, Rooney, Vancouver, Buffalo, Hockey, Pearson, New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils, Eastern Conference, Vancouver Canucks, Bo Horvat, Carolina Hurricanes, Canucks