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Vancouver West End Neighbourhood Guide

Vancouver’s West End is a perfect place to escape the crowds and tourist hordes of Downtown and areas like Gastown and Chinatown. This open and inclusive neighbourhood provides visitors with the perfect mix of beach casual and urban energy. Plus it’s the home of world famous...

Craft Beer Vancouver: Your Complete Guide

The last decade has seen the Vancouver craft beer scene absolutely explode in popularity. The city is now home to dozens of locally owned breweries that are keen to experiment with hops, flavour and style in a way that is sure to shatter peoples’ preconceived notions of what beer...

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Britannia Mine Museum Visitors Guide+Tickets

The Britannia Mine Museum is an award-winning museum and national historic site located on the grounds of what was once the largest copper mine in the entire British Empire. Visitors can soak in the history, ride a train through an underground tunnel and even pan for gold as they...

the view of the North Shore Mountains behind Lonsdale, North Vancouver

North Vancouver Neighbourhood Guide

North Vancouver is the Lower Mainland’s very own year round mountain playground. This beautiful Vancouver suburb is a hiking and biking paradise that houses three world-class skiing and snowboarding resorts. But it’s about much more than just the mountains. You’ll find a...

the raven and first men miniature version at the bill reid gallery in vancouver bc

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

Hidden amongst downtown’s emerald skyscrapers, the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is like a root that’s had its sun blocked out by tall grass. If you’re in Vancouver it’s your duty to help let a little light in. It starts with leaving the contemporary art...

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How to Get a Vancouver Taxi Cab (+2020 Apps)

In order I’ve lived in Vancouver, London, and Barcelona and I have to say that the Vancouver taxi experience is by far the worst. The idea of just flagging one down is as foreign as ferret soup. And if that’s not enough we were the last North American city to get ridesharing...

The Seawall runs past Stanley Park

Vancouver’s Seawall: The Ultimate Itinerary

Vancouver’s famous Seawall is the undeniably the city’s outdoor recreational hub. However, it also functions as a vital transportation link that will connect you to many of the Vancouver’s main attractions and best beaches. But don’t worry, it has plenty of the...

The salmon oshi at Green Leaf Sushi

Must Eat Vancouver Food + Places to Try It

When people from another country ask me about Vancouver food I tense up and start apologizing like a true Canadian. Their expectation of a pervasive provincial dish like pizza, paella, or pad thai is met with my disappointing answer of… beaver tails? Fine, I’ll admit...

Fishing boats sit in the harbour at dusk, Steveston BC

Visit Historic Steveston Village

Steveston Village has transformed from the historic home of BC’s fishing industry to one of the Lower Mainland’s most popular tourist attractions. As the home to several historic museums, exciting whale watching adventures and a boatload of fantastic restaurants, there is...

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