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From mac ’n’ cheese to chocolate, the finalists in our Food category redefine comfort food.
Ski in the morning, kayak in the afternoon—the ultimate Vancouver lifestyle is reflected in the finalists for our Fitness category.
Bottoms up! We're raising a glass to our Drink category finalists.
The home front has never looked more beautiful, accessorized with the works of our Home category finalists.
They may not have a lot in common other than excellence: here are the finalists in our Wildcard category.
Custom suiting, wedding dresses, vintage-inspired lockets—our Style finalists demonstrate the breadth of our talented fashion industry.
#2: A licensed pop-up shop.
Our Fashion judge, Michelle Rizzardo, runs a Gastown shop that's a hub for creativity and community, so it's no surprise that many of her favourite spots in the city celebrate the same.
Kristina Matisic shares her Vancouver favourites in advance of judging our Made in Vancouver Wildcard category.
The director of IDS Vancouver has honed an eye for design.
Joanne Sasvari loves a good vintage cocktail and early mornings at Granville Island Public Market.
When he's not tackling the North Shore Mountains, you'll find David Webb at New Brighton Park with his dog—or possibly at the counter at 33 Acres.
Expect a lot of fame.