We ask, you tell us: What is Vancouver’s best kept secret?

Jessica Tress

  Arielle Spence   Student   “Walk down to the end of Dunbar street. You’ll find a set of stairs that leads you onto the rocks. During low tide, you can just sit on this one big rock. Its the most amazing—water brushing against your feet with a panoramic view from Jericho to the other

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We ask, you tell us: What is Vancouver’s best kept secret?

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  Kayla Wu   Student   I know lots of nice cafés in Vancouver but Busho café is the best one. I am totally addicted to their Matcha desserts. They are often sold out when I go there in late afternoon, so honestly I want this place to be kept in secret just for me!

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We ask, you tell us: What is Vancouver’s best kept secret?

Josephine Anderson_web

  “On the Trans Canada trail in Second Narrows park, about 200 metres in there’s an amazing treehouse. It’s right along the path, they’ve built up this ladder. From there you can see the most beautiful view—the ocean, all the cars going over the bridge, and people are walking by below you on the path.

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We ask, you tell us: What is Vancouver’s best kept secret?

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       Zaynah Khan (student)   “I’d say Steveston village in Richmond. It’s a fishing village, so you can literally get 100 different types of fish and chips. It’s a quaint little place, the people are really friendly and you have lots of small local shops.”   Gene Campbell (artist at a video game

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