“You’re gorgeous, baby, you’re sophisticated, you live well…Vancouver is Manhattan with mountains. It’s a liquid city, a tomorrow city, equal parts India, China, England, France and the Pacific Northwest. It’s the cool North American sibling.” - The New York Times


Looking to explore a little bit of the city while getting caught up with history? Look no further than the Engine 374 Pavilion in Yaletown to learn about this significant part of the city. 


The CPR Engine 374 pulled the first transcontinental passenger train into the city on May 23, 1887, marking an important day not only for Vancouver, but the entire nation. The event marked one of the greatest engineering feats to date, and opened up new pathways between Canada's coasts.


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Feeling sluggish from being stuck at home all day long? Physical health is something that needs to be consciously monitored regardless of what's happening around you. While Yaletown offers an array of outdoor options, from the renowned Seawall to pockets of lush scenery right in the city, here are some alternative fitness options you can make use of right from home!

Barre Fitness

1038 Mainland St


Virtual Sessions

Barre Fitness Yaletown is Canada’s original barre based workout...

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The first day of summer is fast approaching, calling for longer nights, cold drinks, and of course patios!

To accommodate Covid-19 social distancing rules, the City of Vancouver's temporary expedited patio permit program will support businesses and customers alike in the transition back into regular activities. Applications between June 1 to October 31, 2020 will allow for free temporary patio permits to increase dining space and enjoyment of facilities. 

Numerous applications on both public...

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After months of uncertainty and sudden changes, many of us are heading back into the office, which may bring mixed feelings depending on how you've coped with the recent events, how easy it was to adapt given varying circumstances, and the degree of support that was available. Although some of us may be relishing the ability to make conference calls in the warmth of pyjamas, many others are excited to reestablish that separation between work and home. This is easier said than done given all the new...

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A myriad of cultural groups, ethnicities, and religions contribute to and shape the city's strength, vitality, and prosperity. Based off the 2011 census, Vancouver's racial and ethnic makeup, which includes sizable Aboriginal communities, looks like:

  • European Canadian: 46.2%
  • Chinese: 27.7%
  • South Asian: 6%
  • Filipino: 6%
  • Southeast Asian: 3%
  • Japanese: 1.7%
  • Latin American: 1.6%
  • Mixed visible minority: 1.5%
  • Korean: 1.5%
  • Aboriginal: 2% (1.3% First Nations, 0.6% Metis)
  • West Asian: 1.2%
  • Black: 1%
  • Arab: 0.5%...
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