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  • Fête des Neiges

    For three weekends in late January and early February, Parc Jean-Drapeau becomes an outdoor celebration of winter with the Fête des Neiges, or snow... More
  • First Flight Paragliding

    Instead of hiking up north Vancouver’s infamous Grouse Grind, First Flight Paragliding offers a more adventerous alternative: soaring 4,100 feet ab... More
  • Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts

    Opened in 2006, the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts was specifically built for opera and ballet performances with an emphasis on outsta... More
  • Friperie St.-Laurent

    Fans of vintage clothing shouldn’t miss this 15-year-old shop for its well-curated selection of designer hats, scarves, and party dresses from the ... More
  • Fruits & Passion

    One of Canada’s most beloved bath and beauty chains, Fruits & Passion is literally for everyone—the label’s yummy potions even include organic mass... More
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    G Adventures

    Formerly GAP Adventures.  Small groups, the use of local transportation and guides, and one-on-one connections are the cornerstones of the company... More
  • Gardiner Museum

    The only Canadian museum dedicated solely to ceramics, the Gardiner showcases a collection of more than 3,000 pieces, ranging from ancient Mayan fi... More
  • George Ultra Lounge

    A well-dressed, 40-is-the-new-30 crowd gathers nightly at this slick lounge, set along Yaletown’s trendiest shopping strip. The doorman stationed o... More
  • Gifts of the Raven

    This Vancouver International Airport (YVR) shop is located pre-security on level three in the international departures wing. The open-air retail sp... More
  • Granville Island Ferry

    Operating in False Creek since 1982, this ferry service is the original one providing transport aboard its fleet of 10 vessels, which includes four... More
  • Granville Island Shops

    Many of Granville Island’s most interesting shops are actually located outside the boundaries of the Public Market. Among our favorites are Artisan... More
  • Gravity Pope Tailored Goods

    Housed in the historical Crawford Block building in Edmonton, Gravity Pope has supported local fashion designers and collections since 1992. The 18... More
  • Great Canadian Book Company

    A pleasant alternative to the ubiquitous newsstands of airportland, this shop has a sizable stack of fiction by Canadian authors (including Carol S... More
  • Great Wave Wall

    Canadian artist Lutz Haufschild created this 131-foot-long stained glass panel inspired by the iconic Hokusai painting The Great Wave off Kanagawa.... More
  • Green Is Your Colour

    This truly refreshing venture from Cart Wheels (which operates those ubiquitous mini-stores set along mall thoroughfares around the world) carries ... More
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