Concord Pacific Master Plan Area
Lions Gate Bridge at night
UBC aerial view cropped
Robson Square is a civic centre and public square designed by local architect Arthur Erickson.
Vancouvers Chinatown is Canadas largest Chinatown. The city holds one of the largest concentration of ethnic Chinese residents in North America.
The Port of Vancouver is the largest port in Canada, and the third-largest port in the Americas (by tonnage).
Opened in 1936, Vancouver City Hall is home to Vancouver City Council.
Headquarters of the Vancouver School Board. The English-language school district serves Vancouver and the University Endowment Lands.
Main mall of the University of British Columbia (UBC). UBC is one of five public universities located in Vancouver.
Science World is an interactive science centre. The building was originally constructed for Expo 86.
The Inukshuk at English Bay. The inukshuk is one of several pieces of public art on display in Vancouver.
Granville Square (centre building) houses the two major daily newspapers of the city, The Vancouver Sun and The Province.
750 Burrard Street houses Bell Medias West Coast headquarters and the regional offices for The Globe and Mail.
A SeaBus crosses Burrard Inlet between Vancouver and the neighbouring city of North Vancouver
BC Place is a multi-purpose stadium that is home to the BC Lions of the CFL and the Vancouver Whitecaps FC of MLS.