Clayoquot Sound Lands to be Protected by Ahousaht First Nation

Clayoquot Sound lands to be Protected by Ahousaht First Nation, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

The Ahousaht First Nation has announced the fantastic news that over 80% of their Clayoquot Sound lands on the west coast of Vancouver Island are to be protected.

Last week the Ahousaht First Nation band […]

By | February 1st, 2017|Clayoquot Sound, Tofino, Top Stories|1 Comment

Northern Vancouver Island Tourism Operators Create Conservation Fund

Photo: Spirit of the West Adventures, British Columbia.

Tourism operators in the Vancouver Island North region who are members of the North Island Marine Mammal Stewardship Association (NIMMSA) recently decided to donate $1.00 per guest per day to an industry implemented conservation fund.

“This has been something that […]

Telegraph Cove: A Miniseries

Telegraph Cove: A Miniseries based in Telegraph Cove on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Inspired by local stories of missing ships in the coastal waters of the Pacific Northwest, also known as “The Graveyard of the Pacific”, the three-part miniseries, “Telegraph Cove” is the story of Anna (Savonna […]

By | November 24th, 2016|Telegraph Cove, Top Stories|0 Comments

Cut your Christmas Tree the old-fashioned way in Metchosin!

Cut your Christmas Tree the old-fashioned way at Wintercreek U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm, Metchosin, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Wintercreek U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm in Metchosin in Greater Victoria has a great selection of Canadian grown Firs and Pines in all shapes and sizes, from 5 to 10 […]

By | November 23rd, 2016|Metchosin, Top Stories|1 Comment

Transformation Mural at Strathcona Park Lodge

Transformation Mural by Master Carver Sanford Williams at Strathcona Park Lodge

Transformation by Master Carver Sanford Williams, 2011

Part of the mission statement of Strathcona Park Lodge on Vancouver Island is empowering and inviting: teaching people to care for each other and the natural world. […]

By | August 12th, 2016|Arts & Culture, Top Stories|0 Comments