Exploring the Culture Of Vancouver
As a translation agency, we are always keen on exploring new cultures, traditions, languages, and the differences and similarities between them. Today, however, we would like to take a look inwards, to our own Canadian – and more specifically Vancouverite – background. We will focus on the habits of Vancouver inhabitants.
15 fun facts about Vancouver and its inhabitants
- A nice day is a day without rain no matter how cloudy it is.
- You know the difference between West Van, the West End, and the Westside.
- You know that there’s a Third Beach and Second Beach but no first beach (it’s English Bay).
- Going for a hike in the mountains and to the beach on the same day seems perfectly doable to you.
- Yoga pants are a way of life.
- Rent and housing prices don’t seem that bad.
- You can tell when the Canucks are playing by the number of people wearing hockey jerseys on the bus.
- You consider anything below 5 degrees to be freezing and above 20 to be insanely hot.
- The city receives a mere sprinkling of snow and you call it a snow day.
- You know what 4/20 means and why on that occasion you don’t go to the Art Gallery to admire the paintings.
- You know what UBC, SFU, ICBC, PNE, and VPL mean.
- You’re tired of eating so much sushi.
- You know that Vancouver Island is not in Vancouver.
- You know the proper pronunciation of the Vietnamese soup Pho.
- Even on the sunniest days, you have an umbrella with you because… you never know.
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