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You'll clear immmigration and become a temporary resident at your first port of entry into Canada. You told us that you would be entering at Vancouver, so this is where immigration will take place. After you clear immigration in Vancouver, you can do whatever you wish, provided you eventually get to your university in Toronto. Hopefully before classes start!...


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148 and 150 10th Ave Bikeway. This is the location of the partly visible houses on the left, 148 and 150, which are two spite houses. An owner of the house at 150 built the house right up to the property line, to which the owner of 148 responded by building his house so that it touched 150. To find this, I downloaded the original resolution image from ...


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I believe your sources are referring to the $5 YVR AddFare, which is charged when your eastbound journey originates at YVR, Sea Island Centre or Templeton stations and terminates at any other station. This $5 charge applies if you use stored value to pay for your journey starting at any Sea Island station, or if you buy a DayPass on Sea Island, and exit the ...


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I've just travelled on this train in the opposite direction, all the way from Vancouver to Toronto, about a month ago. This is about the Via Rail trip, which I assume you're taking instead of the tourist-focused Rocky Mountaineer. I don't know much at all about the latter train, so this is about the Via Rail one. Long-distance passenger trains in North ...


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How is the train ride from Jasper to Vancouver? Depends on when you decide to take the train, presumably the Canadian and not the Rocky Mountaineer, and if the train is on time. The schedule says 0900(MT) and if you get to ride on schedule it will be nice. Try sitting on the left initially in the direction of the journey if you want to take pictures. I was ...


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Air Canada and ANA are partner airlines (see the list on ANA's website) and you're travelling on one ticket, so your bags will be checked all the way through in both directions. As far as I can see, you don't need to pick up your bags in Japan to take them through customs, like you would in the US. You can confirm this with the check-in agent when you drop ...


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There is finally, finally a seaplane from Vancouver Coal Harbour to Seattle Lake Union (it started Apr 26, 2018). It is not cheap but it exists. The company is called Kenmore Air (despite the name they are not actually flying dishwashers). A major problem is the very stingy and stringent baggage allowance Floatplane passengers are limited to 25 lbs. (11kg)...


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Your existing temporary resident visa is fine for entering Canada. You don't need a second temporary resident visa just to transit. And you have enough time between your flights.


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