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  Vancouver Limousine:

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• Limousine for entertainment in Vancouver
• Limousine for convention
• Limousine to Seattle
• Airport limousine service
• Limousine for a corporate events
• vancouver Limousine for weddings
• Limousine for Vancouver night out
• Limousine for sightseeing tours

We welcome your corporate account. Please contact our sales department to help you set up your corporate account and to start taking advantages of the many extras we offer. Welcome to Platinum Limousine and look forward to serving you soon.


Vancouver British Columbia:

Vancouver is the largest city in the province of British Columbia and the third largest city in Canada. It's surrounded by water on three sides and is nestled alongside the Coast Mountain Range. Vancouver is home to spectacular natural scenery and a bustling metropolitan core, and boasts one of the mildest climates in Canada.

Vancouver is surrounded by water on three sides and overlooked by the Coast Range - mountains that rise abruptly to more than 1,500 m. Its climate is one of the mildest in Canada. Temperatures average 3°C in January and 18°C in July. Vancouver's average annual precipitation is 1,219 mm. Most rainfall occurs in winter. Current weather available here.

Archaeological evidence shows that coastal Indians had settled the Vancouver area by 500 B.C. British naval captain George Vancouver explored the area in 1792. Vancouver was founded as a sawmill settlement called Granville in the 1870s. The city was incorporated in 1886 and renamed after Captain Vancouver.

With a present population of about 560,000 (estimated), Vancouver lies in a region of more than 2 million people. Vancouver is the largest city in the province and the third largest in Canada. It covers an area of 113 sq km.