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Left luggage in Vancouver (not cruise passenger)

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Hi all, I will be arriving in Vancouver on a flight around 12:30 pm and won't have access to the place I am staying (an airbnb place) until around 5 pm, but I'd love to have a place to check my bags for a couple of hours. So far, I've been able to tell that there are places at:

YVR: not ideal as I'm staying near downtown and don't want to backtrack to the airport just to get my bags
Canada Place: apparently they only check baggage for cruise passengers?
Pacific Central Station: there are luggage lockers, but when I called Greyhound it sounded like I had to go through security and be a traveler before I could get to the lockers; would that be a problem?

Any thoughts on what might be an ideal solution for me? Thanks!

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