#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Dunbar & Collingwood

Our #LoveVancouver Neighbourhood series rolls on with two areas that have held onto their little-city-within-a-city charm, despite all the changes a rapidly growing metropolis like Vancouver can bring. From the rural, time-stood-still feel of Dunbar Village, to the multicultural flavour bomb of Collingwood, here’s two more neighbourhoods well worth exploring.

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#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Dunbar & Collingwood

Love Bubbles Are Back This Summer

As the weather gets warmer and we begin to welcome back our friends from across this beautiful province again, what better excuse is there to dance? With that sentiment in mind, we’re thrilled to announce that the free outdoor ambient experience, Love Bubbles, is back for the month of June with a whole new summer look! Continue reading:
Love Bubbles Are Back This Summer

#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Strathcona + South Granville

To round out our next journey through Vancouver’s signature neighbourhoods, we visit an area thick with breweries and heritage homes, as well as a shopping neighbourhood that boasts fashion and lifestyle boutiques, art galleries and interior design stores.

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#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Strathcona + South Granville

#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Marpole & Chinatown

Our next two neighbourhoods in our #LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods Series may look very different from street-view, but they share equally important roles in the diverse cultural makeup of our city. Marpole sits on the southern edge of Vancouver along the Fraser River just before the bridge to the airport and the rest of the world, while Chinatown has long been a lively convergence of trade, political and cultural activity in its historic pocket of downtown.

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#LoveVancouver Neighbourhoods: Marpole & Chinatown

Why We #LoveVancouver


We know you hear it a lot: We’re all in this together. And despite it starting to sound like a broken record, it’s true every city the world over is in the same boat, more or less. Saddled in together for the last year only to wait things out until brighter times. That’s why we consider ourselves lucky to have so much around us to hold us over until the sun breaks through. Continue reading:
Why We #LoveVancouver