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Labour Day Weekend 2016

Are you staying in Vancouver for Labour Day Weekend 2016?

Trying to decide what to do for this Labour Day weekend, here are some suggestions to keep you entertained!

  1. Last day of PNE

Make your way out to the Pacific National Exhibition “PNE” at East Hastings Street. There is plenty of things to keep you entertained at the PNE from performances and exhibits to different rides and attractions and a variety of different food stations! Make sure you visit before it closes on September 5th!

Labour Day Weekend 2016

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  1. Taiwanese Cultural Festival

The Taiwan Festival kicks off on September 3rd until September 5th. The festival has a range of concerts, performances, lectures and more. You can find the full schedule of events and locations here.

Labour Day Weekend 2016

Photo Credit: Roland Tanglao – Flickr

  1. Victory Square Block Party

Interested in attending a free party? Victory Square block party kicks off at 1pm until 9pm at W. Hastings Street. Check out the full list of music and bands that will be playing on their Facebook page.

Labour Day Weekend 2016

Photo Credit: Noah Adams – Flickr

  1. Aritzia Warehouse Sale 2016

Looking to stock up your wardrobe head to Canada Place convention centre for Aritzia warehouse sale. Details of this event can be found here!

Labour Day Weekend 2016

Photo Credit: Daniel X. O’Neil

  1. Summer Night Markets

Spend an evening at one of Vancouver’s night markets. The Shipyards Night Market is held every Friday in North Vancouver and runs until September 30th The Richmond night markets are on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and on the holidays!

We hope you enjoy the Labour Day long weekend with friends and family from all of us at Best Western Plus Chateau Granville Hotel & Suites & Conference Centre

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