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A beer-loving man visited a total of 27 breweries in Vancouver, B.C. and then took to Reddit to showcase his reviews of each one.

For anyone who loves a good pint, his insights are super helpful and there are some hidden gems that seem to be worth checking out.

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Port Coquitlam is definitely one of a kind. It's the city we hate to say we're from but tbh, we all have amazing memories of growing up in this small suburban city.

If you grew up in PoCo then you know there's 1. A lot of drinking involved 2. We have a ton of town spirit. It's the town we all love to hate. This quirky little city is known for our legendary house parties and our famous hometown serial killer, Willie Pickton.

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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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Autumn is here, and with every new season comes many new activities. And we all know that fall is the most basic of them all. Fall is short in Vancouver — sometimes it feels like it comes as quickly as it goes, so now is the time to take advantage of all the season has to offer.

So make the most of this season because it only comes once a year (and not for very long at that). From Halloween to Thanksgiving to pumpkin everything, fall is one of a kind.

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