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Rooftop garden at Fairmont Waterfront hotel by Sue White Freelance Writer, via Flickr

Rooftop garden at Fairmont Waterfront hotel by Sue White Freelance Writer, via Flickr

The Fairmont Waterfront Herb Garden  Located on the 3rd floor of the hotel rests a 2100 square foot herb garden. Introduced in 1991, it became one of Vancouver’s first green roofs.

The Fairmont Waterfront Herb Garden Located on the floor of the hotel rests a 2100 square foot herb garden. Introduced in it became one of Vancouver’s first green roofs.

The Fairmont Waterfront and Canada Place and the Waterfront Skytrain Station by aidaneus, via Flickr

The Fairmont Waterfront and Canada Place and the Waterfront Skytrain Station;

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Eco-Meet Program allows meeting planners to minimalize the ecological footprint of meetings through the reduction of waste and conservation of valuable resources. Options include local and organic gourmet menus, disposable-free food and beverage service, carbon neutral and eco-friendly hotel options. In addition, at the Fairmont Waterfront, event planners can request that food leftovers be donated to a local charity.

Plan a “green” getaway at The Fairmont Waterfront – a Vancouver eco-friendly hotel featuring luxurious guest rooms, a rooftop herb garden and apiary, local, organic cuisine and more.

View from Fairmont Waterfront room Vancouver by duane160, via Flickr

View from Fairmont Waterfront room Vancouver by duane160, via Flickr

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The Somali is an energetic cat that loves to leap as well as play. In spite of that, she is a very easy cat to have in your home. Somalis enjoy individuals and also other animals.

5 Facts You Didn’t Know About The Somali Cat Breed

The Somali is an energetic cat that loves to leap as well as play. In spite of that, she is a very easy cat to have in your home. Somalis enjoy individuals and also other animals.

When she was renovating her townhouse apartment in Cobble Hill, garden designer Julie Farris also wanted a roof garden. She had big plans: for family barbecues, a play area, flowerbeds, and lounge furniture. Oh, and it had to be low-maintenance. Here's how she pulled it off:

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What an interesting perspective shot at the Fairmont Waterfront by Niki Inglis

What an interesting perspective shot at the Fairmont Waterfront by Niki Inglis

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