Welcome to VancouverWiki - The People's Guide to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This site is updated, expanded, and improved by people in Vancouver, British Columbia because they want to share what they love or loathe about their city. You can learn more about VancouverWiki here. You can search the site by using the box on the upper right of every page, or you can use the pre-sorted links below to go to the most popular sections. — Want to help?
Life in Vancouver:
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Also see: Wiki Community
The quickest way to find out which parts of Vancouver life are already wiki-fied is to go directly to All Pages. Here you'll find a list of all the pages that have already been created. Add to them with details, comments, or pictures, or create your own page(s) about the parts of Vancouver that you love best.
If you've got the itch to wiki but can't decide on a page to make, check out Wanted Pages and make a page for something that's waiting patiently to be brought into the wiki world.
The City of Vancouver will join cities around the world to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities by hosting a special celebration on Monday, December 3 from 1 – 7pm at the Roundhouse Community Centre. (181 Roundhouse Mews) This event, which celebrates the achievements of people with all kinds of disabilities, is FREE to attend and open to the whole community.
Notable guests include local funnyman David C. Jones, rock band Reality Check (led by Mark ‘Audio’ Ash—Courage to Come Back Award-winner), and acclaimed filmmaker Murray Siple—along with a screening of his award-winning National Film Board documentary Carts of Darkness.
This community event will feature lively performances, art exhibits, stand-up comedy, and much more—as well as healthy snacks and door prizes. For more information, please visit http://vancouverdisabilitiesday.ca/
First, check out the Vancouver Wiki Guide — this is a good place to start!
A Wiki is a linked set of pages that anybody can edit and contribute to without knowing anything about websites. Wikipedia is the prime example of a successful wiki project. DavisWiki is a great example of a successful community wiki. Also, check out Why Wiki Works for some information on the philosophy of wiki.
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