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Starbucks Coffee in British Columbia
For those of you who really enjoy Starbucks Coffee, you'll love British Columbia. BC has a total of 377 retail locations throughout the province. You'll find that most of the Starbucks are generally located through out the Lower Mainland.

The City of Vancouver has the biggest concentrations of Starbucks outlets in BC near 100 stores including the a large number of kiosks in Safeway's. The majority of these happen to be located in the downtown core and in the neighbourhoods of Kerrisdale, Kitsilano and the West End. Robson Street alone has six outlets.

Lower Mainland
Outside of Vancouver the other municipalities of the Lower Mainland there is a large number of Starbucks outlets. The breakdown of outlets is Burnaby 17, Coquitlam 8, Delta 4, New Westminster 6, District of North Vancouver 6, City of North Vancouver 8, Port Coquitlam 3, Coquitlam 8, Richmond 17, Surrey 17, Tsawwassen 2, West Vancouver 6, Whistler 4, Gibsons and Sechelt, each having one outlet.

Vancouver Island
If you happen to be on Vancouver Island, the other big concentrations of Starbucks are located in the nearby municipalities around Victoria where there are 21 outlets. The rest of Vancouver Island has Starbucks located in Sidney, Langford, Duncan, Nanaimo, Courtenay and Campbell River.

Fraser Valley
If you are travelling east from the Lower Mainland towards the Fraser Valley there is another 23 outlets. The breakdown is Abbotsford 4, Chilliwack 3, Clearbrook, Langley 9, Maple Ridge 4, Mission and Pitt Meadows.

Okanagan Lake
Once you're travelling in the heartland of British Columbia there are locations located in the Okanagan Lake communities of Penticton, Westbank, Kelowna and Vernon. Nearby Kamloops towards the north-west has the greatest concentration outside of Calgary, Alberta with 6 outlets.

North to Alaska
The option of having a Starbucks in the northern portion of British Columbia starts becoming scarce if you're travelling north. Past Kamloops, the only two options for a Starbucks are Prince George with 2 outlets and Fort St. John which is on the Alaska Highway.

Travelling east of Osoyoos into the Kootenays, the only outlet is in the City of Nelson. After that, before Alberta and Washington State, the only other outlet is in Cranbrook in the south-west portion of the province.

Robson Street
The most unique Starbucks choice of locations has to be the two outlets on Robson Street in Vancouver. Diagonally across from each other at the corner of Robson and Thurlow Streets at 1099 Robson and 1100 Robson you only have to walk across two crosswalks for another Starbucks coffee experience.

Starbucks has also partnered with a number of businesses throughout BC offering fine coffee in a number of non-Starbucks outlets. A few that come to mind are BC Ferries through the Coastal Café Express and Seawest Lounge, Grouse Mountain Skyride, UBC and Victoria International Airport.

Bike to Work Week
Starbucks has a long tradition with supporting civic events and local causes. An example of this is at the annual Bike to Work Week in Victoria held on Vancouver Island. Located at the Celebration Stations Starbucks supplied the early morning cyclists a very nice treat along the routes.

Information on Starbucks


Robson Street - Vancouver
Robson Street - Vancouver


Pemberton St. - N. Vancouver
Pemberton St. - N. Vancouver


Government & Yates - Victoria
Government & Yates - Victoria


Hwy 97@Leathead - Kelowna
Hwy 97@Leathead - Kelowna


Robson & Thurlow - Vancouver
Robson & Thurlow - Vancouver


Robson & Thurlow - Vancouver
Robson & Thurlow - Vancouver


Bike to Work Week - Victoria
Bike to Work Week - Victoria

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