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Events and Entertainment Around Vancouver: December 2018

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Holiday cheer is all around as Vancouver enters the holiday season in December. Inside or outside the walls of the Pan Pacific are plenty of festive celebrations to explore. There’s literally something for everyone. Festive Offers at the Pan Pacific … Continue reading


Join the Pan Pacific for the 31st Annual Christmas Wish Breakfast

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The Pan Pacific Christmas Wish Breakfast is all about giving to those in need and sharing in the festive spirit of Christmas. Each year, Pan Pacific Vancouver hosts one of Canada’s largest toy drives where the public is asked to … Continue reading


Looking back on Another Magical New Year’s Eve

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Another year has gone by and we are so eager to see what 2018 has in store for us and our community. However, we can’t help but look back on all the magical cheer of the New Year’s Eve event … Continue reading


Canada’s Largest Single Day Toy Drive Breaks Another Record!

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On Wednesday, December 13th, 2017,  thousands of generous Vancouverites attended the 30th annual Pan Pacific Vancouver Christmas Wish Breakfast, supporting the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau. In just three short hours, a mountain of donated toys was built by some of the 80 … Continue reading


Holiday Luncheon Experience at Pan Pacific

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Pan Pacific Vancouver presented the annual Oceans 999 tradition, Winter Solstice Luncheon, on December 6, 7, 13, 14 & 15 2017. Over the course of five luncheons, more than 1,000 customers came to celebrate the holiday spirit and enjoyed our … Continue reading


Christmas Experience at FlyOver Canada

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FlyOver Canada will once again transform into a magical winter wonderland this Christmas season. Guests will take flight and have fun helping Santa search for his missing elves during an exhilarating flight across Canada and the North Pole. The 20-25 … Continue reading


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