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We Are VR: How Vancouver became a hub for Virtual Reality engineers

Paid Content By Canada Keep Exploring Anyone living in Vancouver will swear that there’s no better place to live on earth. Lush forests, tall mountains, and the beautiful Pacific Ocean hugging the coast — where else could you snowboard, hike, and swim in the ocean all in one day? It’s no wonder that this stunning coastal seaport city is consistently ranked one of the best places to live in the world.
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