The Best Places to Find a Cab in Downtown Vancouver

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photo: Google Images

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Although this city is best explored by foot, sometimes a taxi is necessary. If you’re in a rush to get to your destination or (as happens to us often) if your phone is dead and you can’t call for a cab – here are a few landmark destinations where you’ll be able to hail down a taxi.

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The Best Places to Find a Cab in Downtown Vancouver

Culture Days 2016: Here’s What Vancouver Civic Theatres Has in Store, Sep 30 – Oct 2

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In celebration of Culture Days, a 3 day-long annual collaborative pan-Canadian movement from Sept. 30- Oct. 2 to raise the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of all Canadians in the arts and cultural life of their communities, Vancouver Civic Theatres is hosting three free and fun events.

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Culture Days 2016: Here’s What Vancouver Civic Theatres Has in Store, Sep 30 – Oct 2

All-day dance action returning to Robson Square!

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Ready to bust a move in the middle of downtown Vancouver?

The fifth year of the Vancouver Street Dance Festival is upon us. The outdoor, all-ages, event features dance battles, live music and DJs, with the main action Saturday July 30 at Robson Square (800 Robson St.) from 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

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All-day dance action returning to Robson Square!

Keys to the Streets: Woodward’s Summer Jam Session, July 11th

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Keys to the Streets / Facebook

Music will fill the atrium at Woodward’s for the inaugural Keys to the Streets: Woodward’s Summer Jam Session on Monday, July 11. From 6 – 8 pm, an incredible line-up of local musical artists will gather to tickle the ivories and raise their voices in support of Keys to the Streets, a three-year old program that places painted pianos on the streets of Vancouver for everyone to encourage play over the summer.

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Keys to the Streets: Woodward’s Summer Jam Session, July 11th

Vancouver’s Neighbourhood Happenings: Robson Street

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Saje at Home

The following article was contributed by the Robson Street BIA

This spring, Robson Street has seen an influx of new store openings and expansions. Read on for a round-up of the latest happenings!

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Vancouver’s Neighbourhood Happenings: Robson Street

The Insider’s Guide to Dining out at Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium

Photo: Ted McGrath / Flickr

Photo: Ted McGrath / Flickr

BC Place Stadium is the home of the BC Lions, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the Canada Sevens and many more events throughout the year. The stadium reopened in September 2011 after a revitalization that included a spectacular retractable roof and a host of upgrades that has made BC Place the premier stadium in all of Canada.

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The Insider’s Guide to Dining out at Vancouver’s BC Place Stadium

Get in on a secret spy mission in downtown Vancouver

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Following the success of Crime in Downtown, Vancouver Mysteries is launching a new urban game this spring.

In Secret Mission, participants meet near the Waterfront Skytrain Station. After being divided up into teams, they’re visited by a mysterious stranger who gives them instructions for their mission. Then the game’s afoot as gameplayers seek to save the city.

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Get in on a secret spy mission in downtown Vancouver