The Vancouver In Time app tells the stories of the city in the places where they occurred.
Discover the hidden stories of Vancouver, revealed in the places where they happened. Tour the city and read stories about the resident ghost of the
Vancouver Art Gallery, the Bloody Sunday clash in the Great Depression, the Babes in the Woods murders, and billionaire recluse Howard Hughes
holed up at the Bayshore Hotel. For each story, tap the "then and now" feature to watch the present-day photograph dissolve into what the site looked
like at the time the story happened. Taken together, the stories present a rich portrait of the city's past.
• For iPhone or iPod Touch, Requires iOS 4.0 or later
• Discover quirky, little known stories from Vancouver's history
• Locate yourself on the map and find stories closest to you, or search for stories by neighborhood.
• Watch present dissolve into the past with the "then and now" photo feature
• Follow the links provided at the end of each story for more information in The Canadian Encyclopedia
Created by The Canadian Encyclopedia, the most comprehensive reference work on Canada
This is the first in a series of In Time "stories of the city" apps being prepared by the editors of The Canadian Encyclopedia and the Historica-Dominion Institute.
Next: Toronto In Time (spring 2012).
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