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Vancouver is an incredibly beautiful city with a strong West Coast vibe.
While real estate prices may surge sky-high, the city is also full of parks and public places that won’t cost you a dime to visit. If you know the right spots, you can find your own free slice of paradise.
The mountain framed skyline attracts people from
It isn’t easy to get there, but it’s well worth the effort. Watching the sun set and then rise, from the top of an island peak, bookends the type of rejuvenating sleep money can’t buy.
After a boat ride across the sound and a 2+ hour hike, straight up, the reward is a flat platform on which
Tantalus Labs is committed to #Sungrown cannabis. We can’t help but share our stoke.
Sustainability is central to our mission, and we are finding that it’s also core to other local businesses. The theme of a brighter future is strong in our hometown of Vancouver, and we couldn’t be more proud.
The following collage includes some of
In late July, Tantalus Labs held an event to bring together friends, family, and close supporters. On offer was an advanced screening a short film that we created to launch SunLab. It’s the first time that we have unveiled so much of this unprecedented piece of technology.
It was a night filled with enthusiasm for the future of #Sungrown
With a history of gaming and film production, Vancouver can be called a creative city. Recently founded microbreweries and food trucks join video and social agencies showcasing a list of unique Vancouver creators that continues to lengthen. Tantalus Labs can’t help but find inspiration in watching these companies form around us, and one of our favourite local businesses is
As Tantalus Labs grows as a company, it becomes increasingly important to define the core values from which we develop our culture, our brand, and our strategy. As new people with new skill sets join the team, they consciously and subconsciously look to others for guidance on the choices they make - choices which define the company. Values emphasised from
I love 33 Acres Brewing Co.
I am evangelical about them. When people ask me where in Vancouver to grab a good beer or meet for a first date, 33 Acres always tops my list. Sometimes I proffer this advice unsolicited. Aside from the revenue associated with more than a few growlers and meals, I have never contributed in any