The Vancouver Sun is nearly a century old; having first been published in February 1912. Boasting the largest newsroom in Vancouver, The Sun has a readership of about half-a-million people per day. Its offices are located in Granville Square.
The daily paper boasts a number of sections, including the most prominent front section, covering any breaking local stories as well as top national and international news. Other daily sections of the paper include Arts and Life, Business BC, and an excellent sports section. On Thursdays, the paper features Westcoast Life, a tabloid entertainment section, and on Saturdays, an opinion section called The Observer is included with the newspaper.
Visitors will find The Vancouver Sun to be helpful during a trip to Vancouver. In the paper, you’ll find listings for live theatre and concerts
(see "Vancouver Theatre")
, cinema, sporting events
(see "Vancouver Canucks")
, and more. This paper is easily obtained at most newsstands. Classified ads and obituaries are an integral part of any newspaper like The Sun.
is the largest 10k run in North America and the 10th largest in the world. It is normally held in April.
The race begins at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, proceeds west along Georgia, through a small portion of Stanley Park, east along Beach Avenue past English Bay, over Burrard bridge, east along 6th ave., across Cambie bridge, and ends at BC Place Stadium.
The Vancouver Sun offers an online electronic edition for those who prefer an environmentally-safe newspaper or just don’t have the time to read the regular edition.
The online version is also helpful to visitors like you who want to learn a little more about the city before or during their visit.