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June 16, 2006

Vancouver Should Steal Manitoba's Slogan

Vancouver, B.C. I couldn't help thinking, while reading a recent about Vancouver that , "Spirited Energy", seems to be a better fit for funky, athletic Vancouver.

Even Manitoba's Spirited Energy logo would fit. The blue background represents water and would be more fitting for Vancouver, which is next to the Strait of Georgia and close to the Pacific Ocean.

Between artistic Bowen, the cool coffee houses, interesting beaches and great food, Vancouver is really a kind of paradise by the sea and about as cool as buttoned-down Canada gets.

In fact, it's just chock full of earning accolades such as "" and "" as well as "" by Conde Nast.

Host of the , it's also probably Canada's most outdoor-orientated city, with beautiful Whistler-Blackcomb mountain a short drive away, and Grouse Mountain practically at its doorstep-both havens for skiers, hikers, mountain bikers and nature lovers.

I have to say that I find it interesting to note that Vancouver does not seem to have a slogan, the closet thing being British Columbia's quasi-defunct "".

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Posted by William Lozito at June 16, 2006 9:33 AM
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From the commercials they've been showing for encouraging tourism and preventing forest fires here in beautiful BC, it looks like we're now using the slogan "The Best Place on Earth". The tagline can be seen in the print ad and in the tv commercials too.

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