Archive of posts tagged "pitt meadows"

CP Holiday Train Returns with Free Concerts


Wednesday, November 7th, 2018 — 1:10pm PST
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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.

Metro Vancouver Lakes: Photos of the Day


Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 — 10:59am PST
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Metro Vancouver Lakes: From the heart of the city to glacier-fed lakes of the Tri-Cities and Fraser Valley. These lake photos will have you packing a picnic basket and planing your day by the water.

Bees and Blueberries Festival at Dr. Bee’s Honeyland Canada Farm


Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 — 2:40pm PST
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Dr. Bee’s Honeyland Canada farm in Pitt Meadows is hosting their 7th annual Bees and Blueberries Festival August 18 & 19, 2018. Celebrate the importance of bees and taking care of the environment. From tours and bee beards to a live spelling bee, it will have fun for the whole family!

BC Youth Week 2018 Events


Monday, April 9th, 2018 — 1:42pm PST
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BC Youth Week returns May 1-7, 2018 with events happening all around the province. – for youth, by youth! One of BC Youth Week’s goals is to encourage youth to take an active role in their education, recreation, and personal development.

Wedding Shows in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley


Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 — 3:51pm PST
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Wedding Shows in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley happening in late winer and spring 2018. Get inspiration, start planning, talk to vendors, photographers, and much more at these showcases.

CP Holiday Train Rolling Through BC with Free Concerts


Monday, November 20th, 2017 — 11:33am PST
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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.

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