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9 Super Fun Things You Can Do In Vancouver This Canada Day Long Weekend

Tomorrow is finally Canada Day! Like every year, you'll be able to enjoy this holiday by attending the Parade, watching the Fireworks and of course being put into a food coma at Steveston Salmon Festival. The world is your oyster on our national day!

If you would like to try something different this year, Vancouver is the best place to have the most enjoyable Canada Day in the country! Get a good night of sleep today because tomorrow is going the be CRAZY in your favourite city. Forget about the word "bored" as Vancouver has a large range of awesome events to offer you:

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Contribute to the Maple Leaf Mural // 1241 Cartwright St

If you feel creative or just want to get involved in Vancouver's lively art community, let your artistic talent speak and create your original piece of art in a maple shape! Your work will be added to the "Maple Leaf Mural" located on the outer walls of the Federation Gallery.

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Share Canada Birthday Cake // Ron Basford Park

Listening to the day-long jazz concert, meet up to share Canada's red & white birthday cake! Turning 149 this year, you can celebrate the birth of the nation eating a piece of cake at 2pm and listening to jazz music at the Ron Bamford Park.

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Pogo Performance //  1055 Canada Pl

The world's best extreme pogo crew will show their remarkable talent! Canada Day is not just about the parade or fireworks, you'll get to see the breathtaking performance of the XPogo Stunt Team flying 10 feet above your head

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Watch Canadiano! // 1212 Commercial Dr

Laugh about all the stereotypes attached to Canada and being born in this wonderful country. The show will be at Havana Theatre at 10:30 pm. End your day on a hilarious note!

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Have a blast at the  Twisted Canada Day Yatch Party // 750 Pacific Blvd

Starting at 1:30pm, dance to the sound of Vancouver best DJ's playing deep, tropical, and future house. There's no better dance floor in Vancouver than on a yacht! This is your chance to get unforgettable memories in summer 2016!

Maple syrup crepe with flag on top at Muffin Granny // 1689 Johnston St

From 9am to 7m, satisfy your sugar craving by ordering a maple syrup crepe at Muffin Granny! Soft, sweet, warm, this afternoon snack is a must on Canada Day. Don't even think of eating it with your bae, this too tasty to be shared.

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Spend the evening on the patio of Tap & Barell // 1055 Canada Pl

With a $2 off beer and tap wine from 3 to 6pm, this the place for day drinking tomorrow on the Harbour. With a large selection of burgers & tapas, have a cozy evening with your friends on the patio until the beginning of the fireworks show at 10:30pm!

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Visit the Chinatown Mall Market // 147E Pender St

The Fashion-savvy will love this glamorous event! Discover the emerging brands, artists, designers and collectors of Vancouver! Entrance costs $2 to get inspired by the unconventional and original creation of the city at Fortune Sound Club.

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The Lamplighter Public House // 92 Water St

Poutine stand and happy hour from 11am to 6pm, on the 1st of July what else can you ask for on Canada Day? DJs will fire up the atmosphere all day long! Celebrate the nation on the dance floor!

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