Culture Days is a grassroots
movement to inspire greater public participation in arts and culture.
Every year, on the Culture Days weekend, artists, individuals and
organizations throughout BC and across Canada invite the public to
participate 'behind the scenes' and discover the world of artists,
creators, historians, architects, curators, and designers at work in
Visit CBC I Love Culture
CBC SPECIAL PROGRAMMING - RENOVATION REALITY
In partnership with Business in Vancouver
From health risks to the perils of building without a permit, we'll consult with homeowners, building inspectors and contractors to bring you the behind the scenes look at home renovations and its harsh realities.
Tuesday, September 18
The Early Edition: Health and environmental risks to home renovations.
CBC News Vancouver: To permit or not to permit.
Wednesday, September 19
The Early Edition: The rewards and risks of home renovation without a permit.
CBC News Vancouver: Home reno horror story - no permits - costs and consequences.
Thursday, September 20
CBC News Vancouver - HST and its impact on home renovation plans.
Tune in to The Early Edition's Rick Cluff on CBC Radio One at 5:30 am. 88.1 FM/690 AM in Metro Vancouver
You can also tune in to CBC News Vancouver at 5, 5:30 and 6 pm with hosts Tony Parsons and Gloria Macarenko
Tune in for this 3-part series on the realities and dangers of the growing trend of body art, or tattoos. The series starts with "Underage Ink" where we discover just how easy it is for a 17 year old to get a tattoo without parental consent. We'll also take you inside the process of removing a tattoo in "Unwanted Ink".The reasons some people choose this painful process may surprise you. And in "Unregulated Ink", we take you inside the life of a master tattoo artist and his fight to get better health and safety regulations in the industry.