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Greater Vancouver Weather  

Vancouver Whitecaps vs Portland Timbers in exciting Major  Soccer League actionUpcoming EventVancouver Whitecaps vs Portland Timbers in exciting Major Soccer League action (runs 10/28/2018)

Catch exciting United Soccer League (A-League) soccer action!

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view listing for Dairy QueenFeatured ListingDairy Queen

Hot Eats & Cool Treats. Including DQ® Cones & Dipped Cones, Blizzard® Flavor Treats, DQ® Sundaes, Chicken Features, DQ® Hamburgers & Cheeseburgers, and DQ® Dogs.

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view listing for FedEx Authorized ShipcentreFeatured ListingFedEx Authorized Shipcentre

Drop off shipments and purchase FedEx services. Whether you're shipping within Canada, to the U.S., or around the world, FedEx has the right shipping service for you.

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view listing for Niren and AssociatesFeatured ListingNiren and Associates

We are a Immigration Law Firm. We specialize in helping people immigrate to Canada & USA. We can help with Immigration, Work Visa's, Permanent Resident Status, & so much more!

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view listing for Thomas Cook TravelFeatured ListingThomas Cook Travel

Thomas Cook is the largest leisure travel retail company in Canada. We employ experienced professional travel consultants, backed by a fully integrated web site & call centre. Our customers benefit from our superior buying power with our suppliers.

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view listing for Hotel BLU VancouverFeatured ListingHotel BLU Vancouver

Hotel BLU Vancouver is a Four Diamond AAA-rated boutique hotel known for its stylish accommodation, luxury amenities and warm West Coast hospitality.

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If your business is not already in the FoundLocally directory (try the SEARCH box at the top), and you would like to be featured (randomly), add yourself to the Free Listings!

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Greater Vancouver Community Information, Articles & Links

Greater Vancouver Sports

Hiking gets you outdoors!

Fall is a good time for hiking, biking or rock climbing to enjoy the changing seasons, and to help get in shape for your winter recreation (like skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, or hockey).

Our Sports section has lots of good information about many sports. Watch for upcoming info about all your favourite winter sports!


Greater Vancouver Travel Tourism

Kayaks under the Burrard Street Bridge

False Creek is the water jewel of Vancouver, connecting to several civic treasures: with Stanley Park on the north with Granville Island's marketplace, Vanier Park, and the Maritime Museum is on the south.

Further in, is BC Place, The Coliseum and Science World, all on land that used to be for Expo '86.


Greater Vancouver Business

Downtown view of Law Courts

Businesses and self-employed individuals are welcome to add themselves to our FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and job opportunities. FoundLocally has lots of tips and information for businesses, and their staff and managers.


Greater Vancouver Shopping

Art Gallery of Vancouver, with Hotel Vancouver

Vancouver is one world-class urban Metropolis, with great restaurants, nightlife, and other great happenings. You'd think all those TV shows and movies get shot here by big name stars just for the Climate? FoundLocally covers the whole Vancouver scene… not just downtown & Kits.


General Photo Credits: Downtown Vancouver photos by Michael Morel. Aerial, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Horseshoe Bay, Whistler photos by Mark Ruthenberg. Downtown, Stanley Park, Burnaby, White Rock, Richmond, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, and Surrey photos by Mark Ruthenberg. Other photos as credited.