Once the site of railroad yards, docks, and warehouses, this waterfront area was reclaimed by the government in the '70s and turned into the Harbourfront...more
Held in February, this festival is a tribute to the "Griz"the hero responsible for Fernie's spectacular powder, according to legend. As...more
Mini-ferries called "aquabuses" take you from one of several downtown stops (including Yaletown at Davie Street and the southern end of Hornby Street) to this...more
This recently unveiled opera house is a stunning example of contemporary formalist architecture, but don't let the visuals fool you: They built it for the...more
The ski area has an average annual snowfall of ten meters, five magnificent alpine bowls, and a total of 107 runs. For new arrivals, a complimentary Mountain...more
One of the world's largest Victorian industrial centers was reborn in 2003 as a hip arts district of galleries, theaters, restaurants, and boutiques. The...more
The resort has a ten-kilometer network of groomed trails. Another ten-kilometer trail loops around town (both free). Three-hour ski or snowshoe tours are...more
At 1,815 feet, the CN Tower offers a staggering view panoramic view of the city. Visitors ride to the top in a glass elevator that stops at the Indoor...more
The Caribana festival began in 1967 as a gift from the city's Caribbean community to mark Canada's centennial. Now it's Toronto's biggest cultural attraction,...more
This 450-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge, which gently (terrifyingly?) sways 230 feet above the tree-lined Capilano River Canyon, is the world's longest....more
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