2019 IIHF World Junior Championship

Visitor information for Vancouver


Experience the action in Vancouver at the rink, in the city, and on the local mountains.

Rogers Arena is just steps away from lively Gastown, a local hotspot for pubs with local craft beers and tried-and true favourites on tap. There are dimly lit whiskey bars, cocktail lounges, and restaurants that offer everything from messy burgers and towering wings to hearty tacos and nachos to fusion tapas and coastal fine dining. In between games, you’re always close to something to do.

December is also a great time to get up on the local mountains. Just a 20-minute drive from downtown you can go night skiing, take the family through a snowshoe trail lit with holiday lights, and explore mountainous canyons from suspension bridges high above.

Vancouver Packages

Heading to Vancouver for the 2019 World Juniors? Take advantage of BC Ferries Vacations™ bundled hotel and ferry packages! Plus, save big with a 3rd night FREE on select packages booked by Jan 7 for travel by Mar 31, 2019.

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WJC: Three masks, two Team Canadas
Check out the special masks that will be worn at the World Juniors.
2021-22 NJT: CAN 7 – USP 2 (Exhibition)
Seven players scored goals as Canada closed selection camp with a win.
2021-22 NJT: CAN 3 – USP 0 (Exhibition)
Bedard posted 2G 1A to give Canada the first win at selection camp.
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