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CP Holiday Train Free Concerts for the Food Bank

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The CP Holiday Train will bring a free concert with Terri Clarke to the Fraser Valley December 16 & 17, 2019 with stops in Agassiz, Haney-Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, Port Moody and Port Coquitlam.

CP Holiday Train Returns with Free Concerts

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The 20th edition of the CP Holiday Train is ready to support communities and raise awareness​ across Canada as it sets out to visit 164 cities and host free events in November and December. There are 16 stops in BC, from Golden to Port Coquitlam, with each featuring an opportunity to view the impressive train-long light displays and enjoy a free concert.

CP Holiday Train Rolling Through BC with Free Concerts

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The 19th edition of the CP Holiday Train is ready to support communities and raise awareness​ across Canada as it sets out to visit 171 communities and host free events in November and December. There are over 20 stops in BC, from Sparwood to Port Coquitlam, with each featuring an opportunity to view the impressive train-long light displays and enjoy a free concert.

Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour

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What better way to experience farm gate shopping in the Fraser Valley than by cycling between corn fields, in the shadow of Mount Cheam, with baskets of locally-grown goodness just waiting for a sunny summer picnic by the river? A few years ago John and I got to experience the Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour — […]

Top 5 Staycation Spots Around Vancouver

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Mountains to meadows, waterfalls to farm-gate shopping, there’s so much to explore and enjoy right here in the Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley area. Staying local for leisure and vacation time has its benefits, on top of discovering and experiencing your own backyard. Photo by John Bollwitt A recent TD survey found that for Canadian […]