Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Festival is Back with 100+ Flavours

The 10th Annual Hot Chocolate Festival is set to make your taste buds dance with over 100+ scrumptious and unique flavours from 44 vendors around Vancouver. Mark your calendars for January 18–February 14 and get ready to ward off winter with some hot cocoa!

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Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Festival is Back with 100+ Flavours

Your 2020 Vancouver Wellness Bucket List (January to June)

Wellness bucket list

Photo: Heath Moffatt

And just like that, it’s 2020. The start of a new year tends to be when most of us make resolutions, goals and lists, and want to focus on our health and wellness. Sometimes that falls by the wayside come February—but it’s 2020, and we’re all seeing clearly now, right? No excuses, especially when Vancouver is full of ways to keep happy and healthy all year round. So save this link to your favourites list, because here’s your Vancouver wellness bucket list for January through June.

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Your 2020 Vancouver Wellness Bucket List (January to June)

Get back on the wellness track in Vancouver for January 2020

January wellness events

With 2020 on the horizon, you’ve possibly had wellness goals or resolutions on your mind. Especially after the holiday season. Well, bookmark this post—because January in Vancouver is full 0f wellness events that can help you get back on track for the New Year. Whether it’s eating healthier or getting back to your fitness routine, Vancouver is the place to be. And, should you feel ambitious, there are two events on January 1st!

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Get back on the wellness track in Vancouver for January 2020

Celebrate the Longest Night of the Year in Vancouver

longest night winter solstice

Photo: Secret Lantern Society

December 21st marks the longest night of the year and Winter Solstice. Whether you’re celebrating the dance of the sun and the Earth, or simply the fact that it’s the longest night of the year, there’s a way for everyone to experience this winter celebration in Vancouver.

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Celebrate the Longest Night of the Year in Vancouver

Where to Eat Christmas Brunch and Dinner in Vancouver on December 25

Christmas dinner brunch Vancouver

Photo: Vancouver Magazine

Looking to try something different for Christmas brunch or dinner—or maybe want to skip the doing the dishes this year? Or maybe you’re away from home and want to celebrate the season with a non-room service meal. Check out the mouth-watering Christmas brunch and dinner menus of some of Vancouver’s top restaurants!

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Where to Eat Christmas Brunch and Dinner in Vancouver on December 25

Go Green in Vancouver this Holiday Season

Canyon Lights at the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver

Canyon Lights at the Capilano Suspension Bridge | Photo: Tourism Vancouver / Rishad Daroowala

It’s easy to be green in Vancouver over the holidays—and all year round. Here are some ways to do your part for sustainability in the city this festive season.

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Go Green in Vancouver this Holiday Season

4 Ways to Get Your Step on in the City this Holiday Season

Vancouver big elf run

Photo: Big Elf Run Instagram page

‘Tis the season of holiday parties, family gatherings and indulgence. But there’s no need to feel guilty—ever—especially since there are so many ways to stay active in and around Vancouver during the colder months. If you’re keen to step off the sugar and spice and everything nice while in the Downtown core, here are four ways to do it.

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4 Ways to Get Your Step on in the City this Holiday Season