The Sidney Friday Night Jazz Series

Sidney Friday Night Jazz Series, Sidney, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

The Sidney Friday Night Jazz Series brings together the finest in West Coast Jazz talent in an intimate concert setting every Friday evening in Sidney BC. Jazz Night was started by myself […]

By | March 23rd, 2016|Sidney, Top Stories|0 Comments

Opening Day with New Residents at Ucluelet Aquarium

Giant Pacific Octopus: Opening Day and New Residents at Ucluelet Aquarium, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

On the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, the Ucluelet Aquarium has a uniquely sustainable approach to exhibiting marine animals without harming them in any way. All […]

By | March 11th, 2016|Top Stories, Ucluelet|0 Comments

No answers to Questions on proposed Malahat LNG project

No answers to questions on proposed Malahat LNG project in Bamberton on the Saanich Inlet in Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Nigel Kuzemko, CEO of Steelhead LNG, writes that critics of his company’s proposed Malahat LNG project (“Malahat LNG plan includes extensive consultation,” comment, Feb. 27) are making […]

Open-net Salmon Farms ending in Norway but OK for BC?

Open-net Salmon Farms ending in Norway but OK for BC? Clayoquot Action Tofino creating awareness in Norway.

Norway’s salmon-farming industry is hitting a wall. Because salmon farming began earlier there than in British Columbia, I wanted to get a glimpse of where we might be headed […]

Breathtaking West Coast Beaches: Ucluelet, Vancouver Island

Breathtaking West Coast Beaches in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Whilst sandy Long Beach on Vancouver Island’s west coast is the region’s most famous beach, the unique beaches of Ucluelet BC and the southern peninsula are great for hikes, beachcombing and picnics.

Many of Ucluelet’s beaches have access […]

By | February 25th, 2016|Top Stories, Ucluelet|0 Comments

Port Alberni: Sustainability Champion on Vancouver Island?

Cathedral Grove, MacMillan Provincial Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Photo:

In recent years, there has been considerable public concern in Port Alberni over logging in its China Creek drinking watershed, in particular over McLaughlin Ridge’s magnificent old-growth Douglas-firs which shelter wintering deer and is also […]

By | February 19th, 2016|Port Alberni, Sustainability, Top Stories|1 Comment