The Kitsilano neighbourhood, named after Squamish chief August Jack Khatsahlano, is home to one of the most popular beaches in the city and is located on the traditional territory of the Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Watuth peoples. In addition to its summer charm, Kitsilano also has many unique shops, tasty restaurants, and annual events.
In this gallery of old photographs from the Vancouver Archives, you will find images of Kitsilano’s beach, swimming pool, and homes over the years. You will also find activities and events that occurred in the area, including Kitsilano day and those held at the Showboat stage.
Please visit the Vancouver Archives to find more amazing old photographs from the city’s past.
Situated on the coast of the pacific ocean, the city of Vancouver is home to some of Canada’s most picturesque and historical public beaches. Some of the most well known beaches in the area include […]