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Concierge Recommends: Family Day Weekend

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Photo credit: Capilano Suspension Bridge What is there to do this Family Day weekend? The answer is: LOTS! We ask Karlo, a member of our award-winning Concierge Team, for his recommendations on fun activities: 1. Science is fun when you combine learning … Continue reading


Channel Your Inner Beethoven with Keys to the Street

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Photo credit: Steve Chou Photography Vancouver’s public spaces are once again alive with the tinkering of the ivories! A public piano project that started as a student initiative in 2013, Keys to the Streets, have placed 10 pianos around Vancouver … Continue reading


Valentine’s Day 2015 Opera Buffet at the Pan Pacific Vancouver

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Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for that special someone? Well, that’s not always easy…but the Pan Pacific Vancouver is here to help! While we can’t guarantee how your Valentine’s Day evening will end…we can certainly help it start on … Continue reading


[Event] St. Pauls Lights of Hope Fireworks Show

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On November 27th, thousands of Vancouverites and tourists will gather around Burrard Street to experience the annual fireworks display at the St. Paul’s Hospital in Downtown Vancouver. Since 1998, St. Paul’s has illuminated the streets with a breathtaking display of Christmas … Continue reading


CandyTown 2014 Free Outdoor Festival

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Christmas is just over 7 weeks away but why not get into the holiday spirit a little early this year. The third annual CandyTown festival is making it’s way to downtown Vancouver on Saturday, November 22nd, and will be a … Continue reading


Remembrance Day Ceremonies in Vancouver, BC

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World War One claimed the lives of 66,000 Canadian soldiers who fought to provide us with the freedom that we are blessed to enjoy today. In 1918, after four years of brutal war, the World remained its peace at the … Continue reading


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