Local Tip While they offer many multi-day choices, one of the interesting skiing options is the 1-day package, making it one of the most easily accessible of heli operators just off Hwy 5. But it's not all about skiing...
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...
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 »
Join us for the BC Interior RV Show at the Penticton Trade & Convention Centre and the SOEC in Penticton, BC each Spring. The 2014 are April 25 - 27. The $5 wristband, sold on site, will provide patrons weekend access to over 80,000 sq.ft of inside viewing space of the newest RV models. Once on-site, visitors can attend various educational... more »
Get set for a high-energy evening of music when the high school-aged men of Chor Leoni’s MYVoice outreach program storm the stage for MYVoice: Let's Go! a concert of exploration and adventure! Chor Leoni will perform an opening set and the evening will close with MYVoice and Chor Leoni singing together, but the focus of the evening will be... more »
Elektra Women's Choir presents How the Blossoms are Falling on Saturday May 10th, 2014 at Ryerson United Church in Vancouver. Music has the power to bring us into the moment and to reflect on the things that matter to us. Choral music, of course, has the added power of poem and prose, including time-honoured folk songs that have been... more »
The Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance (OSCA) organizes the Meadowlark Nature Festival and is a charitable non-profit society, dedicated to conservation outreach in the South Okanagan and Similkameen. OSCA’s mission is to conduct educational outreach initiatives promoting community environmental awareness and land management... more »
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