After Expo 86, Lee Kai Shing purchased the land on Northeast False Creek—the so called Expo lands—from the Province of British Columbia. Terry Hui’s company, Concord Pacific, subsequently bought these lands from Lee’s company. The lands were to be developed as a whole. The overall design was outlined in a bylaw enacted 25 year ago […]
Pick one up today… Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Citygate Coop 188 Millsross 4:30-6:30 p.m. Shine your green light and show you want Creekside Park now!
Trans Am Totem is the latest installation of the Vancouver Biennale, part of the 2014–2016 Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum supporting public art. At night the Trans-Am car on top of the totem is lit with a green light. This is in solidarity with residents in the northeast False Creek neighbourhood … who have green […]
Monday, April 13, 2015 Kayak Lobby 1633 Ontario St (Olympic Village) 4:30-6:30 p.m. Shine your green light and show you want Creekside Park now!
Marcus Bowcott‘s sculpture incorporates old-growth cedar and wrecked cars—an homage to the history of the site, from trees to transit. In another nod to the community Bowcott chose to perch a green light atop his stack of five colourful cars. The cedar tower, which is nestled in the grassy meridian near the Georgia Viaduct, now […]