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Urban Grind 2018

Harbour Centre and the Vancouver Lookout is inviting Vancouverites to get their heart rates up by climbing the Urban Grind – the stairs to the iconic Vancouver Lookout.

Christened The Urban Grind, this good-for-your-heart workout is a fantastic way to kickstart the upcoming hiking season or simply have fun with friends and colleagues.

As a payoff for your effort, you’ll


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Perspectives: Talks & Discussions at the Lookout

Harbour Centre’s Vancouver Lookout is celebrating its 40th anniversary. As a part of its “coming of age”, Vancouver Heritage Foundation has partnered with the Lookout and invites you to experience different perspectives on the city through a new event series from this special vantage point. Perspectives: Talks & Discussions will explore stories – surprising, thought-provoking, and thrilling – that have shaped Vancouver


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In a Different Light – Photographs of Vancouver

Rik Morel is a Canadian photographer who has lived and travelled around various parts of Canada from Quebec to Vancouver. Having grown up in northern Ontario and seeing the frost on the completely frozen over trees to the beautiful prairie sunsets he’s been training his eye to capture that very esoteric quality of light that can be ever so


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Top 5 Breakfast Spots Near The Vancouver Lookout

Feeling jetlagged or fatigued? Is the early wake up time hampering your mood? Well, the solution to combating this is simple: breakfast!  Even when you are travelling it is important to remember that breakfast has long been recognized as the most important meal of the day and for good reason!

There is no shortage of great breakfast places in Vancouver,


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A Perfect Day in Vancouver

Maybe you’re only in Vancouver for a day before your cruise ship leaves from Canada Place, or are in the city for business and have only a few free hours to explore. In any case, if you’re only in Vancouver for a day and want to make sure to get the most out of your time here, this itinerary will


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“App”-solutely Vancouver: A Guide to the Best Apps to have in Vancouver

If you are reading this, you’re probably anticipating your trip to Vancouver or are contemplating on taking a visit to our beautiful city! Along with the enhanced use of digital technology such as smart phones and tablets, applications are on the rise as the best hand-held digital side-kicks. Applications – also known as apps – are software that provides quick


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Best Cafes in Vancouver

Vancouver offers people a wide selection of unique coffee shops and cafes. Many of these places began in Vancouver and offer coffee and pastries found nowhere else. While visiting this city, be sure you stop at one of these state-of-the-art cafes and experience our coffee from all over the world and our endless list of savory and sweet treats!

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Vancouver Pride Top Spots

The end of July leading into the beginning of August marks an exciting time for the LGBTQI+ community in Vancouver – it’s Pride season! Rainbow flags proudly hang on the porches of apartments, restaurant patios, and store fronts. Besides the Pride Parade, Vancouver Queer Film Festival and The Really Gay History Tour, check out these pubs and


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Christmas Light Displays in Vancouver

It’s the most wonderful time of year again, where the city lights up and the Christmas cheer begins! Amongst the chaos of the holiday season, one of the most magical and inner child-provoking activities has to be exploring the many Christmas light displays around Vancouver. With so many options to choose from, you’re sure to find yourself in a glittery


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Perspectives: Talks & Discussions at the Lookout

Harbour Centre’s Vancouver Lookout is celebrating its 40th anniversary. As a part of its “coming of age”, Vancouver Heritage Foundation has partnered with the Lookout and invites you to experience different perspectives on the city through a new event series from this special vantage point. Perspectives: Talks & Discussions will explore stories – surprising, thought-provoking, and thrilling – that have


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Vancouver Pride Weekend 2017

Vancouver’s worldwide reputation for diversity and inclusion becomes especially visible during the enormous Pride celebrations that occur at the end of July and first weekend of August.

This year will be the 39th annual Pride Parade and celebrations. The theme for 2017 is ‘My Pride,’ which according to the official Vancouver Pride Society website “[recognizes] that for each individual, Pride


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Winter Activities in Vancouver

If you’ve been following the local news at all, you’ll know that the talk of the town in Vancouver since early December has been snow and ice – and salt. Although winters in Vancouver are usually known to be mild and rainy, this year we’ve been getting snowfall after snowfall. And while the residents may complain, for tourist it means


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Dine Out Vancouver 2017

Canada’s largest food and drink festival is returning to Vancouver this month. If you are visiting the city from January 20th to February 5th, 2017, this experience is one not to be missed. Celebrating it’s 15th year, Dine Out Vancouver Festival includes over 280 restaurants offering three (or more) course prix-fix meals at $20, $30 or $40 per person.

Over the 17 days, festivalgoers are given a


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