In the past five years I don’t believe I have gone to the downtown Vancouver Hudsons Bay department store where at least one of the escalators connecting to the 2nd floor or basement wasn’t out of service. What gives? If you are looking for career with lots of work consider becoming an Escalator Technician.
Tell me why in Vancouver the pedestrians always seem to get the short end of the stick. The city workers decided to put this sign not on the bike lane, not on the car lane but on the sidewalk… Pedestrians rise up!
In my past post on Vancouver’s new public bike share system (Mobi) I questioned whether I would ever have a need to use it. I still haven’t used Mobi but there seems to be a lot of people who have a need for such a service. Bravo Vancouver.
I have noticed a number of condo buildings in the Yaletown area have replaced the real grass on the boulevard with artificial grass. I guess artificial grass has its benefits but is this really helping Vancouver’s action plan to become the Greenest City by 2020?