Shopping (Kevin Arnold photo)
From big-box outlets to intimate boutiques, North Vancouver delivers some of BC's most diverse shopping.
Pick up First Nations art, home accessories, children's books, and whatever else comes to mind in the shopping malls and cozy neighbourhood districts of Vancouver's North Shore. Many retailers are into sustainability, promoting locally made products and offering reusable shopping bags.
For many visitors to North Vancouver, Lonsdale Quay (123 Carrie Cates Crt) is the first attraction they encounter, since it's located right next to the SeaBus terminal, which offers 12-minute catamaran ferry rides to and from downtown Vancouver's Waterfront Station.
Lonsdale Quay is similar to Vancouver's Granville Island, but has a bustling flair of its own. Foodies can scoop up fresh produce, baked goods and seafood at the lower-floor market, and an outdoor farmers market operates on Saturdays between May and October. With 90-plus shops and services at the quay, shop for women's fashions, hand-crafted jewelry, authentic Canadian souvenirs, or children's games and toys in Kids Alley.
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