White Rock, British Columbia

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Columbia Delta . Also serving this station is Vancouver City Hall and the #15 bus that runs down Cambie Street to downtown. * '''Main (Main Street (Vancouver))''' - Transfer point to the #3 bus that operates between Main Street, TELUS World of Science (TELUS World of Science, Vancouver) (better known as Science World) and downtown. Also a short distance from Pacific Central Station (Pacific Central Station (Vancouver)), which is the terminus for long-distance train routes and Greyhound


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City Of White Rock Website Pilots accustomed to flying around the area often refer to it as 'the hole in the sky', referring to the fact that White Rock is often bright and sunny while the rest of the Lower Mainland is covered by cloud. White Rock is named for a distinctive large white boulder on its beach near the promenade, a glacial erratic that migrated south during the last glaciation. The 486-ton granite boulder was kept white


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* '''Waterfront Station (Waterfront Station (Vancouver))''' - Transfer point to the SkyTrain terminus for both the Expo (Expo Line (TransLink)) and Millennium (Millennium Line) Lines, as well as the SeaBus to Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia (city)). It is also the western terminus of the West Coast Express. * '''Burrard Station''' - This is the Vancouver terminus for the 98 B-Line, though it does not make a layover. Located in the middle of the financial district. Transfer point to the SkyTrain system as well as to suburban routes to Burnaby, North Vancouver, Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia), Delta (Delta, British Columbia), White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia), Coquitlam and Port Moody. * '''Burrard & Robson''' - Served the Robson Street shopping district. * '''Willow''' - Serves Vancouver General Hospital and the southern False Creek area. Also a transfer point to route #50 False Creek South and #17 Oak. * '''Cambie (Cambie Street)''' - Transfer point to the Canada Line (Broadway – City Hall Station) to downtown (Downtown Vancouver), Richmond (Richmond, British Columbia) and Vancouver International Airport. The Canada Line also serves as a connection to bus routes to Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia), White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia) and Delta (Delta, British Columbia). Also serving this station is Vancouver City Hall and the #15 bus that runs down Cambie Street to downtown. * '''Main (Main Street (Vancouver))''' - Transfer point to the #3 bus that operates between Main Street, TELUS World of Science (TELUS World of Science, Vancouver) (better known as Science World) and downtown. Also a short distance from Pacific Central Station (Pacific Central Station (Vancouver)), which is the terminus for long-distance train routes and Greyhound (Greyhound Lines) bus routes, and Chinatown (Chinatown, Vancouver). Transfer point to the #19 bus that operates Stanley Park and Metrotown Station. The '''Merritt Centennials''' are a junior "A" ice hockey (junior hockey) team based in Merritt, British Columbia. They are members of the Interior Division of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). The franchise was established in Kamloops in 1961 and moved to White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia) in 1973 when the WCHL (Western Hockey League)'s Vancouver Nats moved to Kamloops and became the Chiefs (Kamloops Chiefs). The Centennials settled in Merritt midway through the 1973-74 season. They play their home games at the Nicola Valley Memorial Arena. Services The Canada Line splits just southwest of Bridgeport Station, with the main line continuing southward through Richmond to its terminus at Richmond–Brighouse Station. A branch line heads westward across Sea Island (Sea Island (British Columbia)) to YVR–Airport Station at the Vancouver International Airport. Passengers traveling between Richmond and Sea Island must transfer at Bridgeport to complete their journey. The station also serves as the new terminus for express buses from Delta (Delta, British Columbia) and White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia); in the past, these buses continued to Downtown Vancouver. Beginning May 28, 2005, ultra-marathon cyclist Arvid Loewen cycled 7,000 km in 30 days across Canada raising money and awareness for an orphanage, MCF, in Kenya (:Category:Kenya). Cycling 240 km a day, Arvid began in White Rock, British Columbia (w:White Rock, British Columbia), and finished on June 26 in Halifax, Nova Scotia (w:Halifax, Nova Scotia).


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%''''' Events *Every year in July, the city hosts the Tour de White Rock, a bicycle road race that attracts over 150 local and international riders. In 2005, the event was part of the Canadian Cycling Association's national Road Race Series. *Every year during the first weekend of August, the Spirit of the Sea Festival is held on White Rock beach. It usually includes a parade, fireworks, music stages, a sandcastle competition, and various other beach-related activities


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and is incorporated (municipal incorporation) as a new city. *1958 &ndash; Walter O'Malley's Los Angeles Dodgers host the first Major League Baseball game played on the West Coast of the United States. * '''Waterfront Station (Waterfront Station (Vancouver))''' - Transfer point to the SkyTrain terminus for both the Expo (Expo Line (TransLink)) and Millennium (Millennium Line) Lines, as well as the SeaBus to Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia (city)). It is also the western terminus of the West Coast Express. * '''Burrard Station''' - This is the Vancouver terminus for the 98 B-Line, though it does not make a layover. Located in the middle of the financial district. Transfer point to the SkyTrain system as well as to suburban routes to Burnaby, North Vancouver, Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia), Delta (Delta, British Columbia), White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia), Coquitlam and Port Moody. * '''Burrard & Robson''' - Served the Robson Street shopping district. * '''Willow''' - Serves Vancouver General Hospital and the southern False Creek area. Also a transfer point to route #50 False Creek South and #17 Oak. * '''Cambie (Cambie Street)''' - Transfer point to the Canada Line (Broadway – City Hall Station) to downtown (Downtown Vancouver), Richmond (Richmond, British Columbia) and Vancouver International Airport. The Canada Line also serves as a connection to bus routes to Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia), White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia) and Delta (Delta, British Columbia). Also serving this station is Vancouver City Hall and the #15 bus that runs down Cambie Street to downtown. * '''Main (Main Street (Vancouver))''' - Transfer point to the #3 bus that operates between Main Street, TELUS World of Science (TELUS World of Science, Vancouver) (better known as Science World) and downtown. Also a short distance from Pacific Central Station (Pacific Central Station (Vancouver)), which is the terminus for long-distance train routes and Greyhound (Greyhound Lines) bus routes, and Chinatown (Chinatown, Vancouver). Transfer point to the #19 bus that operates Stanley Park and Metrotown Station. The '''Merritt Centennials''' are a junior "A" ice hockey (junior hockey) team based in Merritt, British Columbia. They are members of the Interior Division of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). The franchise was established in Kamloops in 1961 and moved to White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia) in 1973 when the WCHL (Western Hockey League)'s Vancouver Nats moved to Kamloops and became the Chiefs (Kamloops Chiefs). The Centennials settled in Merritt midway through the 1973-74 season. They play their home games at the Nicola Valley Memorial Arena. Services The Canada Line splits just southwest of Bridgeport Station, with the main line continuing southward through Richmond to its terminus at Richmond–Brighouse Station. A branch line heads westward across Sea Island (Sea Island (British Columbia)) to YVR–Airport Station at the Vancouver International Airport. Passengers traveling between Richmond and Sea Island must transfer at Bridgeport to complete their journey. The station also serves as the new terminus for express buses from Delta (Delta, British Columbia) and White Rock (White Rock, British Columbia); in the past, these buses continued to Downtown Vancouver. Beginning May 28, 2005, ultra-marathon cyclist Arvid Loewen cycled 7,000 km in 30 days across Canada raising money and awareness for an orphanage, MCF, in Kenya (:Category:Kenya). Cycling 240 km a day, Arvid began in White Rock, British Columbia (w:White Rock, British Columbia), and finished on June 26 in Halifax, Nova Scotia (w:Halifax, Nova Scotia).


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Columbia , Canada) is a Canadian actor who is best known for his role as Louis Testaverde-Miller on the hit Nickelodeon (Nickelodeon (TV channel)) show ''Romeo!'' He made his acting debut on ''Stargate SG-1'' in 2001. Noel has graduated at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Vancouver, British Columbia, and is currently studying Communications at Simon Fraser University Vancouver, British Columbia. In 2006, he did the voice of Sage in an animated film starring Tony Hawk called


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Centre from just north of the Peace Arch border crossing to Guildford Town Centre. The new 531 bus runs from White Rock Centre to Willowbrook Mall in Langley. Community Shuttle routes, the C50, C51, C52, and C53, service local communities within White Rock and South Surrey. BNSF Railway has a single-track main line through White Rock that runs the length of the White Rock beach promenade. The city itself has no train service; however, this rail line is a major corridor for goods

White Rock, British Columbia

'''White Rock''' is a city in British Columbia, Canada, that lies within the Metro Vancouver regional district (Regional districts of British Columbia). It borders Semiahmoo Bay and is surrounded on three sides by Surrey (Surrey bc). To the south lies the Semiahmoo First Nation, which is within the city limits of Surrey. Semiahmoo Bay and the Southern Gulf Islands in the Strait of Georgia are also to the south.

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