There's a lot to love about the city of Vancouver, British Columbia and if you're one of the lucky people that gets to reside in Vancouver all year long then you already know what we're talking about. If you're considering a leaving your Fractora Toronto firm job and moving to Vancouver or want to schedule a trip to the west coast city you'll be glad to know that there's always something to see or do every single day in Vancouver.
At the top of that list would be the Vancouver sports scene. If you consider yourself a sports fan then there might not be any better city in Canada to live in than Vancouver. Vancouver is home to major professional sports teams in hockey, soccer, baseball and football and the city also has an abundance of amateur and minor league sports teams, as well as a large amount of sports squads in the college/university ranks. No matter what your favorite sport is you're bound to be able to find a game to go to in Vancouver, which is a wonderful thing especially if you're in town visiting as part of a Vaughan dentist convention and need something fun to do for the evening.
When it comes to professional sports in Vancouver you have teams in four different pro sports. There's the NHL's (hockey) Vancouver Canucks, the Northwest League's (baseball) Vancouver Canadians, the CFL's (football) B.C. Lions and the MLS's (soccer) Vancouver Whitecaps. The Canucks get the major publicity and dominate most of the sports headlines all year long in Vancouver but that doesn't mean that just because the Whitecaps, Canadians and Lions get second billing in their own city that they're not worthy of your attention either.
Yes, Canadians view hockey as their own sort of sports equivalent of religion but Vancouver has room for more than one professional sports team to be loved. That's comes in handy when hockey season isn't in play or tickets to the Canucks games are sold out and you and your fellow beader co-workers are out of luck. If professional sports isn't your thing that's okay because Vancouver has got you covered when it comes to amateur teams as well. At the top of that list would be the Vancouver Giants who play in the Western Hockey League. The Giants are looked upon as the Canucks' little brothers in Vancouver but they can put on their own show and have been wowing fans since their 2001 inception. If you ever find yourself not being able to purchase Canucks tickets for your Canada trade mark employees and want to treat them to a night out the Giants are more than a suitable replacement!
What it all boils down to with Vancouver sports is that Vancouver is a spoiled sports town and that's an awesome thing for any sports lover! If you ever do make it out to a game in Vancouver make sure to purchase some souvenirs and add them to your mantelpiece along with those prized framed wildlife pictures you own.