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8 Things Vancouverites Can Do To Celebrate Pride At Home This Year

There are so many ways to inclusively and proudly celebrate the city's diversity.

Pride is coming to Vancouver from July 19 to August 3. This is a special time when people near and far band together to recognize and celebrate the LGBTQ2S+ community.

From acknowledging, supporting, and hearing Queer voices, activism and culture to commemorating key events like the June 1969 Stonewall uprising, Pride is an important time to reflect and connect with all sorts of people.

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You Can Explore A Massive Sunflower Garden & Pick Your Own Flowers In BC

You'll be able to swing next to the golden blooms. 🌻

Forget about following the yellow brick road — you can follow a breathtaking path lined with golden flowers instead. The Chilliwack Sunflower Festival is returning with over 3-kilometres of walkways through the massive floral fields.

The event is happening from July 26 to September 6, and there will always be between five and eight acres of blooms no matter when you visit.

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You Can Float For Hours On This Natural 7-km Lazy River In BC

Ride a giant party tube with up to 14 of your friends! 🌊

You can float the day away at this stunning seven-kilometre lazy river in B.C.

The trip starts near Okanagan Lake, and along the way, you'll pass ducks and other wildlife before reaching the bright blue water of Skaha Lake.

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9 Things You Can Do To Celebrate & Show Your Pride In Vancouver This July

Celebrate your way!

Last year, the huge Pride celebrations people have come to know and love were cancelled around the world. Events went virtual and conversations, instead of parties, became the headline acts of Pride.

The same format applies for Pride 2021, but this year things look a little brighter. Thanks to Vancouver Pride Society, there are plenty of ways LGBTQAI2S+ Vancouverites and allies can celebrate in their city, both virtually and (finally) in person.

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Kia Opened An Electric Vehicle Experience Centre In Vancouver & It's Super Interactive

Which EV is calling your name?

There's a good chance that you've been hearing more and more about electric vehicles (EVs) lately. You've probably spotted them on the road or walked past them as they charge while parked on the street.

When you consider that EVs generate no tailpipe emissions and run without fossil fuels, it's easy to see why they have become so popular as people seek out eco-friendly alternatives to gas-powered cars. There's little doubt that EVs have shaken things up for the automotive industry and drivers alike.

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The Best Beaches On Earth Were Just Ranked & This Canadian Spot Made The Cut

These beaches look like absolute paradise.

A new ranking has just revealed the most beautiful beaches around the world and Vancouver's own Kitsilano Beach made the cut.

The ranking was made by analyzing which beaches around the globe are the most picturesque. "The beach with the most Instagram posts per metre has been crowned the most beautiful beach in the world," wrote Money.co.uk.

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