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What Makes Canada? We Do.

Vancouver, so little space, so much diversity.

There are a myriad of colours which we all represent but it is the colour red that ties us all together. Vancouver is a city of colour, of culture, of tolerance and togetherness. A city where anyone from anywhere can feel at home.

Watch how this ephemeral scene so clearly reflects the multiculturalism that makes Vancouver the diverse city it is.



Hello World, welcome home.


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May love overcome fear and hatred

Victoria Pride Parade 2016

The Victoria Pride Parade was held on July 10, 2016, moving from Government Street to MacDonald Park. Over 100 groups and floats--including local businesses and non-profits--helped celebrate the day.
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