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5 Things See in Stanley Park That Don’t Include the Seawall


Thursday, January 17th, 2019 — 9:02am PDT
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Everyone loves the Seawall but take a stroll inside Stanley Park to find natural wonders, cultural sites, monuments and more.

Vancouver Seawall History


Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 — 1:44pm PDT
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Vancouver’s Seawall has been a work in progress since 1917, and over the last 100 years it has grown from a retaining wall into a 28km seaside path for runners, walkers, strollers, and cyclists. The Vancouver Seawall stretches from Coal Harbour, around Stanley Park, through to Sunset Beach, False Creek, over to Granville Island, under […]

Vancouver Rock Balancing


Friday, September 20th, 2013 — 3:10pm PDT
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When strolling around the Seawall in downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park or along False Creek, you are bound to see seagulls or herons, perhaps a harbour seal, and most likely a fantastic west coast sunset. Another staple sight on the waterfront is balanced rocks. Stacked high, sometimes with sticks incorporated between layers of stones, these sculptures […]

Then and Now Stanley Park Seawall


Thursday, September 19th, 2013 — 11:42am PDT
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The Stanley Park Seawall officially opened on September 26, 1971 although it had been under construction for decades — and wouldn’t be declared “officially complete” until 1980. That September though, the loop was 9 kilometers around Stanley Park and it completed James Cunningham’s vision for the Seawall, which he began working on in 1917. View […]

Vancouver Icons: LightShed


Thursday, January 17th, 2013 — 10:26am PDT
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Today’s Vancouver Icon photo feature subject can be found near the western tip of Harbour Green Park in Coal Harbour. Commonly known as the “crooked house on stilts”, LightShed by Liz Magor was installed in 2004 and was a gift to the city. Constructed mostly of aluminum, it is based on the shape of an […]

Blue Heron Colony in Stanley Park


Friday, March 23rd, 2012 — 10:26am PDT
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One of the things I love about Stanley Park is that it’s a natural oasis on the tip of a bustling metropolitan area. Taking a few steps under the canopy of evergreens, city sounds fade while the tune of rushing creek water amplifies. Raccoons prowl by the lagoon, bushy-tailed squirrels greet visitors, and harbour seals […]