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    Events!, News August 29/16

    Victory Square Block Party is back!

    Celebrate the end of summer at Vancouver’s annual Victory Square Block Party on September 4th!

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  • Events!, News August 08/16

    HUB Bike to Shop Day 2016

    On Saturday, August 13th, celebrate cycling as transportation with HxBIA and HUB!

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    Events! July 25/16

    HxBIA is proud to support the 28th annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival!

    HxBIA is proud to support the 29th annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival!

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    Events!, News July 04/16

    Not to be missed, Indian Summer Festival is July 7-16!

    The Indian Summer Festival returns again this July!

  • Events!, News June 15/16

    HxBIA MeetUp Vol. 1 is Tuesday, June 28!

    New to the neighbourhood? Come meet your neighbours! Long-time business? Come share what makes HxBIA and the DTES such a great place for business! Join us at Lost+Found Cafe on the evening of June 28 to network, share stories, have some excellent food & drink, and learn more about your business community! Our members are doing great […]

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    Events!, News April 21/16

    $5 Lunch ‘n Learn on Writing Killer Headlines!

    Join us May 10!

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    Events! August 14/15

    Victory Square Block Party Returns with Irreplaceable Line-up of Local Artists

    (Vancouver—August 11) Music Waste and CiTR 101.9FM are pleased to present the 11th annual Victory Square Block Party on Sunday, September 6, 2015 from 2-9p.m. This free event invites music fans from across the Lower Mainland to Victory Square Park (Cambie St and W Hastings St) to celebrate the end of summer and support non-profit […]

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    Events! August 12/15

    HxBIA Proud to be Sponsoring VQFF Film Once Again

    Hastings Crossing BIA is once again proud to be sponsoring the Vancouver Queer Film Festival in its 27th season! This year, HxBIA is partnering with VQFF to present the film Naz and Maalik, a brilliant film set in the quickly gentrifying Brooklyn and shows “an exciting depiction of queer black Muslim adolescence in all of its […]

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