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This is Pitt Meadow's best kept secret. This secret spot in Pitt Meadows is to-die-for, and you're going to want to drag your whole crew out here this weekend. This swimming hole and waterfall is located out in Pitt Meadows near Pitt Lake. This is the perfect hidden spot to trek out to with your crew. Grab a couple kayaks or a big canoe and adventure out to the Widgeon Valley National Wildlife Park.

Start by driving over the Pitt River bridge, and quickly hang a left onto Old Dewdney Trunk Rd. Follow this until the road's end and turn left onto Harris Rd. Follow Harris until McNeil Rd and then hang a right. Turn left onto Rannie Rd and follow this until you reach Pitt Lake Canoe Adventures

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I love my city, and naturally, a few other people do too. It seems like everyone and their moms are moving to Vancouver! In the last decade alone, we've seen a huge influx of people moving into the Greater Vancouver area from all over Canada. But I don't blame them - Vancouver is awesome.

You may live in the suburbs, and you just moved into the city! Or maybe you're from another province and just moved to BC. Either way, you will want to know some of the do's and don'ts to living in the city. Why not read this article and skip the first few months of trying to figure it out on your own. I'm only here to help. 🤗

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If you fancy yourself a beer connoisseur and you haven't heard of Brewer's Row, then you're missing out on this hidden gem. This tiny street filled with craft breweries often goes unnoticed. Murray Street aka Brewer's Row is nestled in the heart of Port Moody, situated right across from Rocky Point Park!

All four breweries are relatively small in size, which makes the experience a lot more intimate. All of the breweries produce beer in-house and serve on tap! You can sip their craft beers while watching the brewmaster work in the back. Most of the breweries have an open floor concept so it's easy to watch the brewing process. If you're into brewing, you will totally nerd out over this!

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People from all over western Canada move to Vancouver just so they can be apart of the big rainy city. So, it’s natural that there are some requirements that you’ll have to tick off this list before you can call yourself a true Vancouverite. 

We pride ourselves in our ability to make Lululemons look cute for any occasion, whip out an umbrella at any given second, and make those dreadful hikes look super easy. If you really think you're a Vancouverite then you should be able to breeze through this list! Hey, and if you haven't done all of these, here's your guide to becoming a Vancouverite. 

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Let's face it, with new jobs and midterms we are all in need of ways to de-stress from the week. Enter yoga: the lifestyle exercise of choice in Vancouver.

Not only is yoga calming but it can also be the great workout, social gathering, and spiritual awakening that you've been craving.

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