BC Place Stadium is downtown's gigantic stadium and home to the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics. ... More
BC Place Stadium is downtown's gigantic stadium and home to the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Its claim to fame is that it is the world's largest air-supported dome. It opened in 1983 and was constructed with enough concrete to build a sidewalk from this city to Tacoma, Washington. From July to November, it plays host to the Canadian Football League's BC Lions. It also holds concerts and trade and consumer shows like the Pacific International Auto Show and the BC Home & Garden Show. The stadium also holds the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
Vancouver should be pinned on your destination map, if you are a movie buff. The unique tours provide first class
trips to X Files and other Hollywood in Vancouver movie and television series sites. You'll get to visit the ...
At least 100 killer whales make the seas around Vancouver and Victoria their home. There's no better way to see
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Once known as the Powell Street Grounds, Oppenheimer Park was opened in 1902 by the second mayor of Vancouver, and
was eventually given his name. In the 1930s, the park was the only place where political gatherings could be ...