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Things To Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Photo credit: Vision Event Photography/Tourism Vancouver

Is it Friday yet? I am not sure about you, but I am so ready to enjoy the sunshine we’ve been promised! We live in a beautiful place, let’s not forget that and get out there. Stay active, fill your cup with joy and do something fun this weekend.

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Things To Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Hula-La!: Main St. Brewing Announces Two New Vacation-Themed Beers


Main St. Brewing will transport local beer lovers on a virtual vacation once again by releasing the final two beers in its popular vacation-themed series! Continue reading:
Hula-La!: Main St. Brewing Announces Two New Vacation-Themed Beers

Immerse Yourself in Indigenous Culture in Vancouver

Traditional Indigenous dance performance at the Museum of Anthropology (courtesy Destination BC).

In early March, Vancouver City Councilor Christine Boyle submitted a motion for the City to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). If successful, leadership from the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations – the three First Nations whose traditional territories are now called Vancouver – will gather with City representatives to develop an actionable plan to implement the declaration.

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Immerse Yourself in Indigenous Culture in Vancouver

10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver

Cyclists on the Seawall in Vancouver

Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Destination Canada (CTC)

Occurring each year on April 22, Earth Day honors Mother Earth and is a way to demonstrate support for environmental protection. In most years, Vancouver celebrates Earth Day with festivals and a parade. While there are no planned events this year, it’s easy to plan your own celebration. Here are 10 ways to commemorate Earth Day in Vancouver.

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10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Vancouver

April’s Vancouver Hike of the Month: Cascade Falls

Cascade Falls and suspension bridge in Mission near Vancouver

Photo: Taryn Eyton/HappiestOutdoors.ca

The short and easy trail to Cascade Falls in Mission is a great hike for a spring day. The waters of Cascade Creek tumble 30 meters over a sheer cliff face into a turquoise pool. Driven by snowmelt, the falls are a spectacula torrent at this time of year. Walk across the large suspension bridge for close-up views.

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April’s Vancouver Hike of the Month: Cascade Falls

Things To Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Photo credit: Vision Event Photography/Tourism Vancouver

Happy April Fools’ Day and Happy Easter!

Not sure what to do this weekend? Here are some ideas on things to do while continuing to stay small and support local with your immediate household, in accordance with the latest guidelines.

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Things To Do in Vancouver This Weekend

How to Travel Responsibly in Vancouver

Sustainable travel in Vancouver.

The global pandemic shuttered travel for more than a year, but it also taught us that, when public health orders allow us to explore the world again, we need to be mindful of our environmental footprint (read why in the Center for Responsible Travel’s 2020 report). Regenerative travel – or leaving your host destination better than you found it – has emerged as a forerunning travel trend for 2021 with its promise to elevate sustainable travel to the next level. Already one of the greenest cities in the world, Vancouver offers plenty of opportunities for locals and visitors to enjoy a rejuvenating escape while helping to protect the planet and give back to the local community.

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How to Travel Responsibly in Vancouver