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Vancouver at the University of British Columbia


Steveston is a historic fishing village and neighborhood of the City of Richmond. Originally a farming community canneries opened on the waterfront in 1882. By 1890, Steveston had become a boom town, with 15 canneries.

The Fraser Valley

Fort Langley National Historic Site The Hudson's Bay Company established the original Fort Langley in 1827. Furs were shipped to Europe via Cape Horn, while othere products such as cranberries and west coast salmon were shipped to California, Alaska, and Hawaii. Ft Langley is a national historic site. The village of Ft. Langley has quaint with some nice little shops. and
Greater Vancouver Zoo engages visitors in recreational, educational and conservation-oriented activities about animals and the zoo environment, to promote respect for and connectedness with the natural world.
Hell’s Gate Airtram Located in the Fraser Canyon on the Gold Rush Trail. Ride an aerial  tram for a birds’ eye view of this historic landmark where 200 million gallons of water per minute thunder through this 33 metre wide passage.
Minter Gardens Nestled against 7000 foot Mt. Cheam is a 32-acres divided into 12 individual themed gardens visitors can explore. There are also gifts shops and dining facilities.


Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel is a place where history comes to life - Stroll down the streets of a 1920s village. Period costumed townsfolk welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops. Popular stops include the blacksmith, the print shop, the garden at the farmhouse and the General Store.

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