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Traditional canoe, carved with traditional methods, emerges from Vancouver Island forest

Traditional canoe, carved with traditional methods, emerges from Vancouver Island forest

Master carvers from 3 First Nations launch canoe created from windfall cedar
Canada’s largest marine protected area confirmed off the B.C. Coast

Canada’s largest marine protected area confirmed off the B.C. Coast

133,000 square-kilometre territory protects 47 seamounts and all of Canada’s hydrothermal ocean vents
Best of the Best: Prince of Whales earns Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Award

Best of the Best: Prince of Whales earns Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Award

Prince of Whales has operations located in Victoria, Vancouver, and Telegraph Cove
B.C. is wildlife country: Here’s how to drive safely this summer

B.C. is wildlife country: Here’s how to drive safely this summer

Road Safety at Work reminds drivers to be mindful of animals on the highway
Enter today: $6,000 in prizing for 2024’s Amateur Photographer of the Year contest!

Enter today: $6,000 in prizing for 2024’s Amateur Photographer of the Year contest!

Indigenous tourism plays crucial role in promoting Island’s 50 First Nations

Indigenous tourism plays crucial role in promoting Island’s 50 First Nations

First Nations communities on Vancouver Island offer rich cultural experiences that tell the story of these lands
5th annual Amateur Photographer of the Year contest returns with $9,000+ in prizes!

5th annual Amateur Photographer of the Year contest returns with $9,000+ in prizes!

Calling all amateur photographers! The Amateur Photographer of the Year contest celebrates its fifth anniversary with an amazing $9,000+ in prizes up for grabs.
B.C. raises freshwater fishing fees, with funds supporting angling and conservation

B.C. raises freshwater fishing fees, with funds supporting angling and conservation

It will cost a little more to go freshwater fishing in British Columbia this year.
How to fly: A peek behind the curtain at heli-ski piloting, one of Revelstoke’s biggest industries

How to fly: A peek behind the curtain at heli-ski piloting, one of Revelstoke’s biggest industries

Mountain Mavericks was featured in the latest edition of the Revelstoke TIMES magazine
New campground off northern Vancouver Island expected to be a big ecotourism draw

New campground off northern Vancouver Island expected to be a big ecotourism draw

Buddy Bay campground in the Broughton Archipelago a short walk from Gwa’yas’dums village