National Aboriginal Day Celebration
Tweet a Child to Breakfast
Aboriginal Spirit Celebration
Your Inspirationally Canadian experience starts at 999 Canada Place in Vancouver. Look for the white sails!
Welcome to Canada Place, Canada’s national icon and a hub of activity. Opened in 1986 to welcome the world as the Canadian Pavilion for Expo 86, then as now your Canadian Experience starts here.
Whether strolling the scenic Canadian Trail, reliving the War of 1812, attending a convention, learning more about Canada's Five Foundations or enjoying a luxurious weekend getaway, visit us for your Inspirationally Canadian experience.
Pay parking is available at the Canada Place parkade now offering Electric Charging Stations and a Park and Bike Program. We’re steps away from Waterfront Station and easily accessible by Seabus, Skytrain, Bus and Canada Line. Visit Translink for public transit information.
Join Canada Place and Port Metro Vancouver for the third annual National Aboriginal Day Celebration at Canada Place on Sunday, June 23, 2013. Immerse yourself in the art, traditions and music of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada at this free, family event.
Port Metro Vancouver wants your help to bring children from the Strathcona Community Centre to Breakfast with Santa. You can help. For every 10 retweets of our holiday message, PMV will host of child at Breakfast with Santa at Canada Place on December 15th.
The Royal Canadian Navy and the United States Navy are inviting members of the media and the public to attend the Vancouver Port Visit from April 25 – 28, 2013 at Canada Place in Vancouver and Burrard Pier in North Vancouver.