Living Magic Entertainment
in extraordinary children's birthday parties, unforgettable high-end corporate and community entertainment, and absolutely beautiful
pregnant belly painting, Living Magic is an offering like no other.
BC Place Stadium
For over 25 years, it has been an emblem of BC. As the largest event facility of its kind in the province, BC Place has hosted over 26 million people since opening in 1983.
British Columbia Boys Choir
Over its 40 year history the Choir has trained over 800 members who have represented Canada on 20 international tours, performing a demanding repertoire spanning centuries, from Gregorian chant to contemporary works.
Qwanoes is a youth-focused, year-round camp and retreat centre with a heart for kids of all ages. Founded in 1966, Qwanoes is an ideal place for fun-filled, life-changing adventure.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
The park's seven-acre West Coast Rainforest lost 82 trees during Hurricane Freda in 1962, eight of which fell on the bridge itself. One of the strongest survivors is now affectionately known as Big Doug - standing over 200 feet tall at the ripe old age of 350.
Vancouver Academy of Music
The Preparatory Division provides music training in all areas suited to all age groups from pre-school children to adults. The courses offered include private study in piano, voice, classical guitar, and all band and orchestral instruments.
The magic of circus is at the heart of CircusWest. Very real and powerful magic, it goes by many names: laughter, fun, silliness, joy, delight. But it boils down to the way you feel when circus gets inside you…lighter, brighter, like you can fly. We recommend it for all that ails you and we believe in its powers because we’ve seen it work, again and again.
FindFamilyFun, fun things to do in Vancouver
The ultimate list of over 200 activies in and around Vancouver.
Imagine an island in the middle of a city. See? You’re already curious. Now picture a place moulded by a fascinating history, buzzing with a colourful artistic community. A living, breathing urban oasis filled with fine waterfront restaurants, theatres, galleries, studios, unique shops, cafes and the most spectacular fresh food market you’ve ever seen.
Grouse Mountain Resorts,
Grouse Mountain was named by the first recorded hikers to reach the summit in October 1894. In those days, climbing Grouse Mountain was a three or four day epic journey - there was no bridge across Burrard Inlet and no road to the base. The hardy group of hikers slogged through snow, scrambled over rock and up through the dense forest.
Hollyburn Jackrabbit Cross Country Ski Club
Hollyburn Jackrabbit Ski Club, based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a non-profit cross country ski club run by a volunteer executive and qualified volunteer coaches. The 500 member club follows the Cross Country Canada endorsed Jackrabbit program to introduce children to cross country skiing, fitness and winter fun.
next generation leaders is a Junior Achievement of Canada (JA Canada™) global forum that provides business skills to youth so they can lead organizations of the future.
Moving Advice for Kids, Teens & Parents
Hi Kids & Teens! I know that the idea of going to a new home and school can be very hard, and it's only natural if you are concerned about leaving your friends. To keep in touch with them, plan to exchange letters and talk to your parents about being able to periodically call a friend or two on weekends.
Pacific National Exhibition
No single location in Vancouver captures the spirit and history of this city, its people and its many achievements as the Pacific National Exhibition. For the past 100 years, millions of guests have enjoyed shows, exhibits, sporting events, amusement rides, concerts, cultural activities and, of course, the annual summer Fair at the PNE.
Telus World of Science
Science World British Columbia is a non-profit organization which engages British Columbians in science and inspires future science and technology leadership throughout our province.
The Vancouver Trolley Company
The Vancouver Trolley Company operates Vancouver's only fleet of replica, turn-of-the-century San Francisco-style trolleys.
UBC Botanical Garden
Canada's oldest continuously operating university botanic garden, UBC Botanical Garden was established in 1916 under the directorship of John Davidson, British Columbia's first provincial botanist. The original mission of the garden was research into the native flora of British Columbia.
The Aquarium is home to over 70,000 amazing animals. Each year 80,000 school children learn about aquatic life through our school programs. 980 people volunteer at the Aquarium, logging 58,000 hours of service in 2008. More than 35,000,000 people have visited the Aquarium since 1956.
The Aquarium is open to visitors from around the world 365 days a year.
Vancouver Maritime Museum
The centerpiece of the Vancouver Maritime Museum is the restored Royal Canadian Mounted Police Schooner St Roch. Built in 1928 to serve as a supply ship for isolated, far-flung Arctic RCMP detachments, St Roch was also designed to serve, when frozen in for the winter, as a floating detachment, with its constables mounting dog sled patrols from the ship.
YMCA of Vancouver Camps
YMCA Camps offers exciting Day Camps and Residential Camps at our three camp locations: YMCA Camp Elphinstone on the Sunshine Coast, YMCA Camp Howdy in Port Moody and YMCA Camp Deka near 100-Mile House.
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Canada World Youth
Canada World Youth designs and delivers international educational programs for youth (aged 17-29) with a focus on volunteer work and community development in a cross-cultural setting.
Kids' CBC features entertaining, educational programming that encourages kids and preschoolers to be creative and optimistic, solve problems, get along with others and, above all, have fun.
Fly an Airline Flight Simulator
Anyone over the age of 13 may now experience the thrill of FLYING YOUR OWN AIRLINER into a variety of airports under the supervision of our instructors. No previous flight experience required.
Girl Guides of Canada
Girl Guides of Canada – Guides du Canada stands for what it’s always stood for. Friendship. Adventure. Fun. A safe place where girls can escape their daily pressures and focus on being themselves, while building the confidence they need to face the modern world. Because today, more than ever, girls need Guides.
Kids to Teens, Healthy Eating
Knowing the basics about nutrition and digestion helps you to better appreciate the importance of healthy eating. But, you probably don't have the time to get to a library to read a few chapters of the most current nutrition text. So, instead, why don't you just sit back, relax and visit our website to familiarize yourself with the basics.
LEGO® products are sold all over the globe. We are one of the world's largest toy manufacturers and the largest in construction toys. The world's children spend 5 billion hours a year playing with LEGO bricks.
Scouting has had a defining impact on Canadian society. Scouts Canada has provided 17 million of our country’s children with their first opportunity to sleep outside in a tent; to experience a taste of leadership; and to build self-confidence and self- reliance. Scouting. One man. One world. One promise.
TVOKids is the place where kids learn and have fun.
Young Drivers of Canada
For more than 30 years, Young Drivers of Canada has been teaching Canadians how to drive and survive. We offer the most comprehensive driver training courses in the country, including exclusive YD-branded in-car emergency maneuvers training.
What does YTV stand for? Actually, it's just three letters! Really! Some folks think it means Youth Television, but that's just a coincidence; we just thought the letters looked good together!
Youth Employment Strategy
Youth.gc.ca is all about helping youth 15 to 30 years of age. It is the place to tap into a wide variety of information. Whether you need a hand finding a job or would like to start your own business, it is all here at your fingertips on youth.gc.ca!
Youth Science Foundation Canada
Since 1962, YSF Canada has been making project-based science accessible to young Canadians with an interest in science. YSF Canada is committed to helping our young scientists successfully make that transition from prodigy to professional.