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Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre: 48 storeys, 518 feet. Opened 2001.
By Mark Henricks, Photography by Ema Peter, Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel
Each year for the past six years, Dan Abramsky has climbed all 1,776 stairs to the top of CN Tower to raise money for the World Wildlife Federation. Abramsky, a 49-year-old architectural technologist from Toronto, raced up in 15:34 his first time out and hasnâ€™t beaten that mark since. He keeps at it to benefit a good cause and because itâ€™s fun. â€śIt helps me keep in shape and gives me a goal to work towards,â€ť he adds. â€śI like that on a personal level.â€ť
By Louise Hodgson-Jones Photography by Bob Young, Destination B.C. and Tourism Squamish
The New York Times named Squamish as one of the top 52 Places to Go in 2015. Indeed, this once small railway and logging town has come a long way. The self-styled Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada â€“ just an hour from Vancouver â€“ offers an abundance of activities for adventure junkies everywhere, as IMPACT got to discover on a recent promotional weekend hosted by Chevrolet.
This is Canadian Men's Health Week and it's focused on raising awareness of men's health and making small changes to improve it. The family doctor is a great resource â€” if you know what to ask. Dr. David Greenberg, a men's health expert gives us his Top 10 Questions Every Guy Should Ask His Doctor.