Afternoon Tea is one of life’s luxuries that we rarely make time for, but thanks to the Fairmont Vancouver Airport’s new Afternoon Tea, there’s a reason to indulge and enjoy a sophisticated afternoon with your friends.
Get out your jerseys, foam fingers and watch your blind side when travelling through YVR because there’s some serious Grey Cup fandemonium happening in-terminal.
As the YVR School Program comes to an end this week, I want to say a huge thanks to all 43 participating schools and the 1700+ students who came and visited us here at the Vancouver International Airport.
British Columbia’s vast geographical area poses unique challenges for residents living in remote areas, especially when it comes to specialized healthcare services only available in large cities. For example, cancer patients requiring regular treatments face prohibitive transportation costs, particularly if there is more than one family member that needs to travel.
Canadian Blood Services is encouraging airport employees and travellers to get on board and save lives this Friday (November 18) when it deploys the Bloodmobile, a donor clinic on wheels. The Bloodmobile will be parked on the curb outside of the International Terminal on Level 2, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Don’t miss your chance to save big before the holidays with YVR’s Fall Warehouse Sale. This blow-out sale is located in the East Concourse, U.S. Departures Terminal, Level 3 (beneath the Fairmont) and is happening today only (November 15), between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Outreach. Education. Community Involvement. They’re three (OK, four) words that mean a lot to us here at YVR. So, it’s only natural that we were so thrilled to be recognized by a global industry association for our work to make those words more than, well, words.
It’s hard to believe that just 80 days ago we welcomed Port Alberni native Jaeger Mah as the special Live@YVR live-in storyteller.
Hey, everyone! Wyanne here. We’ve had an exciting month with YVR School Program. We’ve mastered our script and have really come into our own. The kids have been great and every tour is filled with new surprises.
Last month, we donned our cowboy hats and laced up our boots to attend the Richmond Centre for Disability (RCD) Western Round-Up themed gala fundraiser. As the Gold Nugget sponsor, the Airport Authority celebrated the contributions made by RCD to our local community by presenting a cheque to the Centre for $5,000.