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It's no secret. British Columbia has some of the best provincial campgrounds in Canada. Here's a list of our favorite campgrounds and camping BC. (via thetravellingmom.ca)

The Best Campgrounds and Camping in British Columbia

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It’s no secret. British Columbia has some of the most well-designed, best-located provincial (state) campgrounds anywhere in North America. We’ve camped all over this great land (and in the south too), and those of us living and camping in BC know how lucky we are to have this all at our doorstep. The firewood may no longer be free, but camping remains the cheapest and most fun family holiday you can have (without crashing at your parents’ cottage – but where’s…

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The merry and harried days of Christmas have arrived. These six festive, family-friendly holidays events in Vancouver will help keep spirits bright. | christmas in vancouver

Seven Festive Family-Friendly Christmas Events in Vancouver

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The bustle of the holidays is upon us! Happily, there are so many festive Christmas events in Vancouver for locals and visitors that spirits will be bright all season long. Gather up the troops for a day of fun and play in the city with these great suggestions for holiday merriment with the family. Where to Celebrate Christmas in Vancouver Enchant Christmas Light Maze and Market If you’re looking for a new and unique Christmas experience in Vancouver, make sure to check…

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Vancouver may be known for its great outdoors, but the city has a bevy of great, family-friendly museums that will guarantee hours of fun for kids and adults alike. Check out these great family-friendly museums in Vancouver, British Columbia. | thetravellingmom.ca

Great Family-Friendly Museums in Vancouver

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Sure, Vancouver is known for its outdoor activities; the wondrous bounty of beaches, hiking trails, and ski slopes. But surprise! there are a bevy of great family-friendly Vancouver museums that will guarantee hours of fun for kids and adults alike. So when the rainy days come – which they will, but even if they don’t – plan a visit to any of these seven unique museums to view 19th century costumes, totem poles, heavy mining machinery, and Vancouver’s first morgue. You may be surprised by…

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It's an East meets West Asian foodie feast in Richmond, a suburb just south of Vancouver, British Columbia. How to find the best Richmond restaurants for hungry families. | thetravellingmom.ca

How to Find the Best Richmond Restaurants for Families

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Gung Hay Fat Choy! Chinese New Year is upon us. In Vancouver, this is great cause for celebration as the hundreds of thousands of local residents of Asian descent ring in the new year of the lucky monkey with feasting and family get-togethers at homes and at local restaurants. The epicenter of the Asian dining scene is the Vancouver suburb of Richmond. With over 800 restaurants, more than 80% of which offer Asian cuisine of every description and price point, locals and…

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The green heart of Vancouver is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Here's how to spend an autumn day exploring Stanley Park

Autumn in Vancouver – A Day at Stanley Park

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I adore summer in my hometown of Vancouver. But – confession time – my favorite time of year has to be the fall. The busy summer tourist season has waned, leaving space to walk, hike and bike about town on crisp, sunny days. If autumn is the perfect time to visit Vancouver, it’s also a fabulous season to enjoy the green heart and urban oasis of the city, Stanley Park. When Expedia.ca asked me to share my favorite things about…

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