But under Greater Vancouver’s sophistication and charm—beyond its world-renowned ski resorts, pristine beaches and dense forests—lies a teeming, hustling hotbed of startup and established tech companies and bustling film and entertainment studios.
There’s some serious action here, so much so that “Silicon Valley North” and “Hollywood North,” as some call the region, rival their counterparts in California.
Coffee shops, restaurants, clubs, museums and performance venues are crowded with cutting-edge thinkers. What do popular TV shows Falling Skies, Arrow and Once Upon a Time have in common? There are, in fact, a large number of movies and TV shows that have been and are filming in and around the city, including past hits such as The X-Files, Mission Impossible, Twilight and X-Men.
They’re equally as picturesque if a tad quieter than the capital, but share its civility and cultural diversity.Burnaby Village Museum Open-air museum in Burnaby at Deer Lake Park; reflects early history of British Columbia; staff dresses in period costume; group tours; event space for up to 500.Commodore Ballroom Legendary entertainment venue in downtown Vancouver; opened 1929; hosts 600 for banquets, 990 for receptions.No less than five major medical conferences will be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre: BC Place Stadium In downtown Vancouver; multipurpose venue hosts 7,000 for a dining event, 12,000 for a reception.Bloedel Floral Conservatory A conservatory and aviary located at the top of Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver; hosts 250 seated, 500-plus under tenting for a reception.
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