by Devon O'Malley - 2006-12-19
So you've decided to ski Red Mountain Resort, is located in the West Kootenays region of southeastern British Columbia.Doubtless, you're headed to Red Mountain ski area for the bountiful powder, wide ...
by Ron Kirstein - 2006-12-22
After a 45-min boat ride, our BC Ferry docks at Otter Bay on Pender Island, or the "Penders," as the locals say. The two Penders (north and south islands) were once joined by a wide neck of land kno...
by Sharon White - 2006-12-30
The city is designed in the old English style and it is very pleasant to visit. The focal point of this city is the Inner Harbor which is faced by the grand parliament Building, erected in 1897. This ...
by David Stanley - 2007-01-06
Boomtown Nanaimo, British Columbia, is currently one of the hottest housing markets in Canada. Baby boomers all across the country are casting their aging eyes west in their quest for a retirement hav...
by Dr. Jen Walraven - 2007-02-01
With all of the information on healthy lifestyles, preventative actions to stay healthy, the barrage of health supplements, and the variety of different things you can do to keep yourself healthy, wha...
by Ron Kirstein - 2007-05-23
Qualicum means "where the dog salmon run". The natural and man-made beauty of the area certainly isn't congruous with the image "dog salmon" conjures up! Qualicum Beach is a beautiful little tow...
by Marlon Harville - 2007-06-04
Immigration, the entrance of people into a country for the purpose of settling there, has always played a central role in Canada's history. In comparison to many other nations, immigration into Canada...
by Ron Kirstein - 2007-10-08
Not a chance! This adventure is Vancouver Island Style and the only marooning that takes place is the stress left behind on shore. Captain Len Pearson, a very experienced seafarer, and first-mat...
by Jay Banks - Vancouver Homes - 2007-11-09
Today, Vancouver is one of the most important cities and major economic centers in the world. The population of it's metropolitan area has reached 2,187,721 last year and all signs point towards...
by Ron Kirstein - 2007-11-15
cluelet is approximately 4.5 hours from Victoria, plus great stops along the way: the viewpoint behind split rock at the top of the Malahat, the Country Market at Coombs, and Cathedral Grove wit...