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#MyHappyPlaceIn4Words The Freedom To Play

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A brief history of the PNE and Playland

In 1910, Canadian Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier officially opened the first annual Pacific National Exhibition (PNE). The PNE was a chance for B.C. to gain recognition from the rest of Canada and the world, and was the second largest fair in North America, behind the New York State Fair. 207 more words

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What's On East Van: October 20, 2017

Lots happening in East Van this next week.  Our weekly feature What’s On East Van sets out cool events for the upcoming week. Beyond the week, we invite you to check out our… 390 more words


What to do on this (long) weekend?

When you are surrounded by awesome people, you try to search for awesome things you can do together. To help you out, I did some research to survive this very hot and long weekend. 300 more words


The 10 best things to do at the PNE

A day at the PNE is wonderful and exhausting for many reasons, but one of them is that there is so much to do, with so many lines, that it can be difficult to separate what is actually fun from what is something that you just do to fill the time. 2,986 more words


Ranking every ride and attraction at the PNE: #28-11

The PNE is many things: an institution, a two-week fair at the end of the summer that people from all walks of life have enjoyed for almost as long as Vancouver has been a city, a nostalgia-laced enterprise that hasn’t fundamentally changed in decades, a 1970s dreamland unconnected from 2010s Vancouver, an overpriced midway on steroids, a fun way to spend an afternoon. 3,833 more words