Rob Author Rob Lewis, Kitsilano.ca’s publisher, is the guy responsible for bringing community news to you. Yes, he’s a regular blog contributor. But he’s so much more. Rob saw that his neighbourhood needed a voice and so he created Kitsilano.ca in 2005, way ahead of the Canadian blogging curve.

Save 25% Off Brunch at Colony Bar Kits

West Broadway between Alma and Macdonald streets has long been a hotbed for Vancouver’s nightlife bridging the gap...

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Mak N Ming Named to Canada’s Top 10 Best New Restaurants List

Air Canada has named Kitsilano’s Mak N Ming as one of Canada’s Top 10 Best New Restaurants. Located on Yew...

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2 Kitsilano Dining Spots Nominated for Canada’s Best New Restaurants Awards

Air Canada’s enRoute magazine has named the top contenders in the running for its 2017 Canada’s Best New...

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Does Granville Island Need an Elevator?

Granville Island may be a tourist mecca and major Vancouver destination, but getting there is often a serious pain in...

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Where to get Adidas UltraBOOST Parley in Kitsilano

Kitsilano’s own Vancouver Running Co. has got the hottest shoe of the season – the Adidas UltraBOOST...

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Run a Marathon in 2017: Three Kitsilano Running Clinics That Can Help You Do It

Kitsilano offers some of the best running trails and scenery in Vancouver, so it’s not surprising that it’s...

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Call for Kitsilano.ca Writers

Do you live or work in Kitsilano? Do you love Kits? Do you have something to say? Kitsilano.ca is dedicated to sharing...

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House of Chain Hosts El Niño Bike Sale November 19th, 20th and 21st

The House of Chain is hosting an El Niño Bike Sale this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at their shop at West 4th &...

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Kitsilano Welcomes Vancouver Running Co.

Kitsilano’s newest running store’s focus is simple: We are runners. We are Vancouver. Vancouver Running...

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City Seeks Input on Proposed Changes to Burrard Bridge

On Monday, the City of Vancouver announced plans to reduce the number of northbound car lanes on the Burrard Street...

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