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September 11 2020

I AM GASTOWN: KA-ON-LI

Head of the Gastown Clean Team, Ka-On-Li has been keeping the community looking good for over two years. Ka works hard in order to keep himself and the streets of Gastown clean. Originally from Hong Kong, Ka spent his youth as a gang member with very little schooling. With help from the community, Ka has …

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Music

August 19 2020

Gastown Unplugged

Now that Patiotown is in full swing it’s time kick it up a notch. Gastown Unplugged is a new, free pop-up music series set in multiple locations throughout Gastown from now until October. The best part – it’s an initiative put on by our businesses to help support local artists. From jazz to slow jams …

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Gastown This Month

August 6 2020

Gastown in August

Gastown: Here to Stay Hey you! Remember us? You know, the neighbourhood that started it all? The vibrant, stylish, yet historic hood right down the street from you? Don’t worry, we haven’t forgot about you. Times may be changing, but Gastown continues to leverage its deep past to keep the neighbourhood moving forward. Here are …

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Eat & Drink

July 17 2020

Patiotown

  Won’t You Take Me To Patiotown? Gastown has been transformed into Patiotown – The city’s largest patio per capita district offering your favourite sips + eats all under one bright, blue Vancouver sky. Okay maybe wishful thinking, but still who doesn’t love being able to kick it back at their favourite Gastown spots, while …

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Gastown This Month

July 7 2020

Gastown In July

  Gastown Strong As our world, country and city continue to struggle to get its feet back on the ground, we are reminded of the amazing people who are working endlessly to help build-up our community. We are thankful for the opportunity to collaborate and connect with businesses, artists and leaders to make a much …

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June 23 2020

Statement on Gassy Jack Statue

Vancouver is built on the territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. We acknowledge and recognize those whose voices were violently silenced, and continue to be silenced, and must be heard.

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