Local Tip The restaurant décor is very nice and one of the things we often comment is how well the tables are spaced from each other. So whether you're there on a romantic dinner or a business lunch, you have a certain...
Local Tip Granville Island Public Market is a must-see for any visitor to the city, and a fun place to take the kids too. Parking may be limited, but there is public transport, and water taxis providing short rides...
Incorporated on April 26, 1886, Vancouver, British Columbia is a relatively young city on the global scale. Nevertheless, the region is culturally...more »
Summers in British Columbia are beautiful, particularly in...more »
Solo travel in a congested, overpopulated country is one thing; going it alone in a kayak in the vast aquatic wilderness of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, off the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia is quite...more »
My brother and I are silent as our boat slowly drifts past the tall wooden towers tucked in the treeline. They rise above the forest floor, just above the reach of the local black bears, protecting...more »
If there is romance and mystery in old photographs, how much more so in an old dusty hotel, or in an authentic ghost town set back into the hills?...more »
Your heart is pounding. Your hands? Decidedly sweaty. You...more »
The Kamloops Cowboy Festival will be a full long weekend of indoor Cowboy entertainment for the whole family. Over 40 performers of Western Music and Cowboy Poetry, 50 trade show booths, and a juried Western Art Show and Sale! Amazingly entertaining and often hilarious - only $65 per person for a full weekend pass. more »
Nana Mouskouri returns on Stage with her "Happy Birthday Tour", starting on her Birthday in Athens and will lead her once more for one year around the world. Nana Mouskouri states : "Singing was my first love which always helped me to breathe! Helped me to hope and realize that there were love and peace around! Since I had the chance to... more »
The Japanese phenomenon of karoshi – ‘death by overwork’ Karoshi is the Japanese term for death from illness brought on by extreme working conditions: it is compiled as a yearly statistic in Japan. The Japanese phenomenon of karoshi – ‘death by overwork’ – and the clash between extreme societal pressure and personal need... more »
Royal City Musical Theatre will be celebrating its 25th anniversary of bringing Broadway quality musical productions to New Westminster and the entire Lower Mainland with its 2014 production of “Annie” at the Massey Theatre from April 10 – 26, 2014. In true RCMT tradition “Annie” will be a “big Broadway show” they have been... more »
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