Conference Dates: September 21- 22, 2018
Vancouver is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada. Vancouver is located in Canada, southeast of British Columbia, located on the Pacific coast. Vancouver is known as a fairly wet city, but in fact it is the second most dry city in Canada. Vancouver has been consistently nominated as one of the top five cities in the world for survival. Vancouver hosted many international conferences and events including the British Empire and the Commonwealth Games in 1954, the United Nations Habitat I, Expo 86, the world police and fire games (1989 and 2009). In the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics held in Vancouver and Whistler, it is a resort community located 125 km north (78 mile) north of the city. Vancouver has been selected as the third place to live in the world recently, due to the standard of living and the high quality of life. It is ranked as the tenth cleanest city in the world. Vancouver has the fourth largest cruise ship terminal in the world.
One of the most famous of Vancouver is the physical beauty. The most famous landmark in Vancouver is Stanley Park. Located on the Vancouver peninsula and covering 400 hectares (1000 acres), Stanley Park offers tourists and local attractions with several attractions, including the famous Seawall (a buffet, running or walking passage running around the steep coastline of the park) I will fascinate residents. Stanley Park Totem Poles(the most visited attraction in British Columbia). The Park also features beaches, hiking trails and the Vancouver Aquarium. Vancouver is famous for fresh local fish and shellfish, especially salmon. Canadian sable fish, BC Spot Prawn is also popular in Vancouver.