Canada 150 Road Trip – Stop 6: Vancouver

Vancouver is the sixth and final stop on our Canada 150 Road Trip! We’re featuring a different Canadian region each month of the campaign, giving our customers the chance to win a $250 Flight Centre gift card in each destination. Learn more about the contest and see our road trip schedule.


TPH Branch 21 is the featured location for our Vancouver trip stop! Read more about their fantastic staff, recommendations for exploring the area, and what they love about Canada.

Vancouver is a beautiful city with scenic views and a diverse population, with over 52% of the population speaking a first language other than English! With a comfortably mild climate and breathtaking views, Vancouver is one of the few major cities that allows you to golf in the morning and ski in the afternoon. Don’t forget to bring your appetite! This foodie-friendly hot spot on the west coast offers up some of the freshest local seafood in the country.

Branch Number: 21

How long has your branch been serving the Vancouver community?

Thirteen years.

What makes the team special at your branch?

We’re specialists in large format, and two of our team members have been with TPH for over ten years.

What do you love most about Vancouver? 

Everything is so accessible in this city, yet there are beautiful parks and lakes everywhere! Not to mention, we have the luxury of having both the ocean and the mountains at our fingertips.

If I had one day in Vancouver, what should I see and do?

You should definitely visit Stanley Park, English Bay, and head up to Grouse Mountain to get the full spectrum of what the lower mainland can offer.

How does Canada inspire you?

From universal healthcare and the tremendous sense of community, to heroes like Terry Fox, and local celebrities (like Mike Meyers) that talk about how beautiful it is here – there is an awful lot to be inspired by!

How does working for a Canadian company inspire you?

There is such a wonderful feeling of community working for a Canadian company – particularly when it goes further to being family run, like The Printing House.