Inconspicuously wedged on an unassuming street in Vancouver's Chinatown, the Rennie Museum is a gem not to be missed.
Home to the Rennie Collection, this collection of contemporary art focuses on issues related to identity, social commentary and injustice, appropriation, and the nature of painting and photography.
The exhibitions are open free to the public through guided tours. Simply book a time through their website. Note that the content is heavy and be prepared to for all kinds of visceral emotions. An open mind will go far.