Halloween comes but once a year, but where can you take your kids trick-or-treating for maximum gain?
Which neighbourhoods should expect the highest number of ghoulish visitors?
Where are the best areas to trick-or-treat door-to-door?
We’ve got the answers, and they’re interactive.
Check out our StoryMap below, highlighting a sampling of prime trick-or-treat locations across the lower mainland.
Many malls and community centres are hosting events to allow kids to collect candy while being warm and dry. Some mall staff members are excited to have an opportunity to do something in the spirit of the holiday during their shift.
“For those of us that are stuck inside on Halloween, it gives us the opportunity to give back to the kids and share something with them.” – Pandeni Muchali, Champs Metrotown
Most locations are offering trick-or-treating after school hours, until supplies last. Some community organizations are offering a pre-determined route through streets where shops are offering candy.
Locations include Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, Coquitlam Centre, Willowbrook Shopping Centre, Metropolis at Metrotown, Lougheed Town Centre, Royal City Centre, Capilano Mall, Park Royal, Steveston Village, Tsawassen Town Centre and more!