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Feel the fall. Architecture of Vancouver facing the season reminds us of how alluring changes can be.
Captured by roaming the planet
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Before the first house was built in 1891, the Coast Salish knew the stretch of land along the Burrard Inlet by the name "Khupkhahpay’ay", meaning "cedar tree".
Take a look at the wonderful neighbourhood of Grandview-Woodland: https://jaybanks.ca/vancouver-blog/2018/09/28/vancouver-grandview-woodland/
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Packed with numerous small independent businesses, this area blends old-world charm with trendy young aesthetics.
Check out the latest Photo Essay: https://jaybanks.ca/vancouver-blog/2018/09/28/vancouver-grandview-woodland/
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Before the first house was built in 1891, the Coast Salish knew the stretch of land along the Burrard Inlet by the name "Khupkhahpay’ay", meaning "cedar tree".
Take a look at the wonderful neighbourhood of Grandview-Woodland: https://jaybanks.ca/vancouver-blog/2018/09/28/vancouver-grandview-woodland/
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Get to know Grandview-Woodland — a popular destination for Vancouverites seeking a nice neighbourhood to settle down on the east side of the city.
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Currently known as ''The Drive'', one of Vancouver's oldest areas is a thriving residential neighbourhood with a bustling main road offering everything from delicious pizza to board game bars to independent bookshops.
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Affordability was one of the hottest summer report topics.
Read more Vancouver real estate news on: https://jaybanks.ca/vancouverrealestatenews/2018/09/21/august-market-2018/
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Getting in touch with the nature is one of the favourite activities of this season.
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From ancient legend to a wooden carving beloved by Canadians. Bill Reid's sculpture brings ancestors' visual traditions into modern forms at Museum of Anthropology at the UBC in Vancouver and was captured by Frank Fujimoto.
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No matter what time it is, you'd be taken care of in the dusk of Vancouver alleys. Captured by Edna Winti

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