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Established in 1976, this Educacentre College is recognised as a non-profit organization since 1992. Being the only French college in British Columbia, it has made a mark for itself. Primarily offering courses in French and English, they also offer Spanish and Family Literacy. Giving an option for distance education, they have campuses in Victoria, Vancouver as well as in Prince George. Apart from this, they also offer guidance in career options, support for immigrants, counselling, employment research and much more. For more information, visit their website or call ahead.
Charleson Park is a 2.89-hectare (7.14-acre) park nestled in the Fairview neighborhood and overlooking False Creek. Its northern end that touches the creek offers a panoramic view of the Downtown skyline. This park is frequented by adults and children alike for its greenery, pond, waterfall, trails and playgrounds. It also has a seawall, five tennis courts and a soccer ground. It houses a Dog Park where dogs can roam freely off-leash while their owners enjoy some moments of peace.
Fox Cabaret is an upscale live music venue located in Vancouver. Inaugurated in 2013, the venue has a dance floor and plays some great music. The venue is available for private events as well. They are a popular venue for festivals and has played host to some popular names like Fast Times and Barbara Adler.
The Village is made up of 110 unit low-rise complex bordering False Creek. Along with the 2730 athletes and trainers housed during the Winter Olympics, the facilities also hosted the 350 Paralympic athletes. The Olympic Village completes the full renovation and development of the False Creek waterfront area and puts the athletes within easy walking distance to downtown sights as well as the evening Victory Ceremonies. The Village was designed to become a sustainable and affordable community after the Olympics. All construction that was part of the Village was designed and constructed with LEED Green Building Certification Gold Standard or higher in mind, making it one of the most sustainably constructed sites in Canada to date.