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A 33-year-old Calgary man drowned in a B.C. lake over the weekend, after going swimming with friends and becoming "submerged." His body has been recovered and identified by police.

According to the Chilliwack RCMP, the 33-year-old man – who has not been named – died at Cultus Lake, a popular B.C. swimming spot just outside of the city of Chilliwack.

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The summer days are finally here and it's time to think about all those ways to cool off when the heat is just unbearable. Luckily, there are so many refreshing waterparks near Vancouver that can do the trick.

So, if you've been searching long and hard for all the best ones to visit, you can take a deep breath and just check out some of these on the list.

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Hot summer days call for a splash, and there are tons of waterparks in Canada where you can escape the heat.

Great for adults, families and swimmers of all ages, these waterparks across the country offer huge wave pools where you'll feel like you're swimming in the ocean, lazy rivers where you can float your troubles away and waterslides with speeds of over 60 km/h!

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This massive waterpark in B.C. will make your inner child jump up and down because it looks so fun.

Cultus Lake Waterpark is actually the biggest waterpark in all of B.C. and it's opening up on June 18. You can splash down so many different types of slides and lazy rivers at this giant park.

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Abbotsford. Or as I call it, the Saskatchewan of BC. You’ve ended up in this part of town and you’re thinking to yourself, “now what?” That’s fair. Look, Abbotsford isn’t my first choice either. You’ve got long grassy plains for miles, your idea of fun is counting wheat barrels, and the smell of cow will stay up your nose all. damn. day.

It doesn’t help that you’re doing a sober month either. I get it, we all need to take a break from drinking. With the summer swiftly approaching we all know that can only mean one thing: patio season is upon us. And let’s be real, no one is going dry when pitchers of sangria are going to be available for $15.

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