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  • Underground City

    What Lies Beneath: At first glance Montreal does not appear to be overcrowded, but maybe that’s because everyone is underground. More than four and... More
  • Urbanity

    Wearable art from B.C. designers and Norway's Oleana. More
  • Vacarro Spa and Salon

    Located within the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, which adjoins Pearson International Airport's Terminal 3, this small salon has a menu of pampering servi... More
  • Valley of Five Lakes

    A 3 1/2-hour route that takes you past the craggy rocks of a glacial moraine. A good ending point is the Sunnegga transit stop, where you can catch... More
  • Vancouver Aquarium

    The Pacific Northwest’s cool waters are teeming with colorful, fascinating sea-life—and the recently expanded Vancouver Aquarium brings these abund... More
  • Vancouver Aquarium Displays

    Outposts of the Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park, these two displays are situated inside Vancouver International Airport. The first, located befo... More
  • Vancouver Art Gallery

    Established in 1931, the Vancouver Art Gallery is the largest in Western Canada, and showcases the works of primarily regional artists, with some i... More
  • Vancouver Folk Music Festival

    Since its modest beginnings in 1978, this summer festival has grown to become one of Canada's biggest music events. Held in a public park at scenic... More
  • Vancouver International Airport (YVR)

    Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is the second busiest airport in Canada and welcomes millions of travelers each year. The airport is serviced... More
  • Vancouver International Film Festival

    One of the five largest film festivals in North America, the two-week Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) was first founded in 1982. Each ... More
  • Vancouver Marketplace

    Located pre-security on level three in the international departures wing of the Vancouver International Airport, this shop sells a selection of uni... More
  • Via Rail

    The four-day, four-night transcontinental journey on Via Rail’s Canadian is a truly epic ride. Less well known, however, is the Jasper–Prince Ruper... More
  • Vieux-Montréal (Old Montreal)

    The historic heart of the city, Old Montreal is a portside hamlet of narrow cobblestoned streets and handsome stone buildings dating from the 18th ... More
  • Virginia Johnson

    Located in Beaconsfield Village, Virginia Johnson's eponymous shop showcases the illustrator and textile artist's silkscreens on a variety of fashi... More
  • Wabi-Sabi


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