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Filberg Festival 2018 – A visual guide of what’s to come

Filberg Festival 2018 – Comox, BC August 3-6, 2018 The iconic Filberg Heritage Park is ready to welcome over 130 talented artisans and makers of fine art to transform the park into Western Canada’s largest outdoor juried arts show. Setup begins – Artisans from all over Canada getting ready for the 36th annual Filberg Festival

What To Do in the Fall on Pender Island

Pender Island in the fall is my favourite time to visit. These two Gulf Islands – North Pender and South Pender, connected by a bridge but referred to in the singular – provide the quintessential West Coast vibe: enough activities to choose from but so laid back that you feel a world away from the

5 Vancouver Island Captures of the Eclipse

1. Folks on the Island were resourceful in finding ways to view the eclipse, and looked good doing it! 2. A change in perspective was written in the stars for some. 3. While others were seeing double! 4. Victoria visitors were well positioned, catching the 90% coverage. 5. And to wrap it up, the eclipse

BC Wildfires – Info About Travelling to Vancouver Island

July 14, 2017 Nanaimo, BC BC Wildfires – Vancouver Island & Gulf Islands ‘Open for Business’ For Immediate Release: Tourism Vancouver Island’s thoughts and well wishes are with the areas throughout British Columbia that are being impacted by wildfires. This is impacting residents and businesses alike and certainly has had an impact on people’s vacation

The Must-Do #Canada150 Events on Vancouver Island

Whether you’ve timed it strategically or you happen to be on Vancouver Island for Canada Day, you’ve got the option of penciling in the many Canada 150 celebrations happening across the island. Tuck into a pancake breakfast, line up on the streets for a parade, and snuggle up to catch some fireworks. “Canada 150 is

Outdoor Activities You Need to Do on Vancouver Island

On my recent trip to Vancouver Island, one of the parts that I loved about it was how relaxing everything was. I enjoyed being able to turn off the main road to explore different parts of the island. There was constantly a sign tempting me to see something new, from gardens to beaches to waterfalls.

Hiking, Wine and Cider on Pender Island

Written by guest blogger Lori Henry, of LoriHenry.ca I hadn’t been to Pender Island for nine years, but on a recent trip there I realized that not much had changed. Pender is actually two islands: North Pender Island is the entry point for most people at the Otter Bay ferry terminal, with the “downtown” core