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100 Days of Summer

100 Days of Local Summer! 

Make the most of the shortest season of the year!

Summer has arrived, and it looks like we are once again going to be staying pretty close to home but not to despair, we’ve got this, this time around!  With BC’s population coming together to be one of the highest percentages of vaccinated populations in the world, our community is one of the safest places be this year.  We should maximize this time to enjoy our world class attractions and visitor experiences now, while we have got them to ourselves!

Stay Local January

Stay Local January

For sure there will be rain, and sometimes there is snow, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get out and explore our city and our backyard!  Take advantage of the quieter months, before the visiting hordes arrive, and enjoy the hands-on features including guided tours, scavenger hunts and personal challenges that are included at these great attractions.  So, after a brisk walk around the seawall, or a morning at the rink or on the sidelines of the soccer field gather your family, or friends, and head out to a Vancouver attraction and experience something extra.   

Rainy Days in Vancouver

Rainy Weather Doesn’t Stop Vancouverites, Don’t Let it Stop You!

Fall has arrived and winter is not far behind, shorter days and rainy weather in Vancouver means it’s time take it indoors to get active, learn a thing or two and take in some exceptional exhibits at some of our best attractions.