August 8th, 2011Streetohome Foundation is proud to announce the support of River District Vancouver, a development by ParkLane Homes, towards its $26.5 million capital campaign to help solve homelessness in Vancouver.
July 20th, 2011The Canadian White Pine Mill was a second home for men and women of all nationalities and backgrounds. It was an opportunity to earn a living whether you had experience as a skilled labourer or not.
July 20th, 2011River District Vancouver was proud to be a Corporate Event Partner at this year’s BCBusiness magazine’s Top 100 Luncheon.
July 20th, 2011They don’t call it the Mighty Fraser for nothing. At 1375 km long, draining an area the size of California, the Fraser has a very big story to tell. Luckily, BC’s greatest river has a mighty fine Discovery Centre all to itself, not far from River District.
July 20th, 2011Five questions with River District’s Director of Community Relations, Kyra Lybell and River District’s Community Relations Coordinator, Janette Lau:
June 17th, 2011A special presentation of The Vancouver Asian Film Festival (VAFF)’s “Love Letters to Vancouver” project will take place at River District Centre on Saturday, June 25th, from 7:00 PM – 9:00PM.
June 17th, 2011If you have ever bitten into an all-natural burger at Romer’s in Kits, you will have been transported to a realm of pure meaty goodness (or veggie goodness if you choose the no-meat variety). It’s a gourmet experience that, until now, has been impossible to replicate.
June 17th, 2011Vancouver’s new waterfront is all set for a grand opening celebration that has something for everyone. River District is throwing a party with non-stop music from Virgin 95.3.
June 9th, 2011Jeremy Miller, owner of Houston Landscapes, recalls the moment he knew that River District’s transformation had truly begun. “There were 22 people in our team, working all day to finish our landscaping project. We’d just taken down the blue security fencing for the first time. Before we knew it, there were at least four families there, picnicking. And a dozen kids on the play structure there. I just thought—yeah, this is it. The waterfront is coming back to life.”