Parents of young children have witnessed PAW Patrol, an ever-evolving rescue operation of a group of dogs ostensibly tech-loaded and led by Ryder (a young Bruce Wayne-esque child billionaire).
Until 2021’s blockbuster release of PAW Patrol: The Movie, audiences were only really familiar with the quaint seaside village of Adventure Bay and a handful of its hapless adult residents.
Lions Gate Bridge
For those that haven’t yet The movie was watchedLet us now set the scene. It opens with a Canadian truck driver driving a tanker of maple syrup, and he crashes on… the Lions Gate Bridge.
Vancouverites were almost immediately frightened when they saw the truck suspended from cables on the bridge’s side.
Guinness (yes, beer lovers) built the Lions Gate Bridge originally to help develop North Shore. It is a famous landmark that is frequently photographed in Vancouver.
The Adventure and The Adventure are two more examples. City subway. Although the interior might look the same as any other subway, the blue bottom, yellow line, and grey upper painted for the exterior livery was unmistakably Vancouver’s SkyTrain.
We have yet to see Vancouver’s mayor attempt to send the train on loop-the-loops. It’s possible that the truth is not far away.
Vancouver Art Gallery
Although the subtlety of the SkyTrain’s colours might only be recognizable to Vancouverites, anyone can see that Mayor Humdinger’s fireworks scene is 100% the Vancouver Art Gallery.
The building has been through many lives in real life. Opened 1906, a courthouseInThe 1980sArthur Erickson renovated it, as well as Robson Square. This made it the plaza, and building.This is something that many people are aware of today.
No Fun City
The most convincing is probably “tell” was Mayor Humdinger’s speech about Adventure CityThis is a great choice for Vancouver.
“You know, they call this place Adventure City. But what’s so adventurey about it? The truth is, it’s boring. Libraries? Boring. Museums? Boring. Little dog parks? Definitely.”
Vancouver is known for its Library Square landmark. There are also a few museums, and the designation of being. “adventurey”However, “No Fun City” — a description that’s proven to be very hard to shake over the years — it seems Mr. Mayor’s speech was aimed nearly directly at our fair city.
We could go on, and we might, if that is what you want.
Vancouverites would like to express collective gratitude to Toronto-based residents for the moment Spin Master Entertainment PAW Patrol’s creators and owners,. We are grateful to themTributeOur beautiful city.
For their challenge to us (or perhaps as a warning) to be even more fun, Mayor Humdinger should jump off the screen at one point in our city’s future.