A main focus of the Canada Line Public Art Program is to feature the work of emerging artists, specifically work of students. ‘Tread Lightly’ is the first project to be produced through a public art initiative created in partnership between Langara College and InTransit BC. The wall on the north end of Langara-49th Station house has been reserved as a platform for Langara student art which will be switched twice each year.
If the Canada Line wasn’t already the Model of Mobility, transporting over 3 Million people each month through Vancouver, Richmond and YVR, passengers can now access information while on the trains faster than ever with continuous 4G Coverage through Telus! So, as you are being transported in style under the streets of Vancouver on your way to work, home or play, you can be downloading data on your mobile device at lightening speed or accessing the new Canada Line SmartGuide to find out what’s happening along the line, be it events, art, shopping, dining, activities, attractions or accommodations!
Monk McQueens has one of the best patios in Vancouver, with an amazing view of False Creek, Yaletown and the Coast Mountains! Known in the neighbourhood as ‘Monks’, this award winning restaurant is set at the foot of the Cambie Street Bridge, a short 5 minute walk from the Canada Line Olympic Village Station. For [...]
Whether you ride The Canada Line for an hour every day or just once in a while, one thing’s for certain: practically everyone has experienced this newest addition to the Lower Mainland’s transit network! The Canada Line whips through Richmond and Vancouver and connects to YVR International Airport, transporting over a hundred thousand people everyday to work, school, concerts, lunch dates, the airport and countless other daily activities. The Canada Line has become an essential part of people’s lives; the passengers and neighbourhoods through which she travels make up the unique characteristics that define life on The Canada Line.
RendezVous Art Gallery is in the heart of Vancouver’s downtown shopping, financial, and tourist district on Howe and Cordova, just west of Waterfront Station. They represent an impressive of Canadian artists who work in various mediums and carry a collection of quality, collectable fine art. Gallery staff will source work by artists on request and maintain a [...]