British Columbia is blessed with natural good looks, oodles of space for adventure and a climate that makes it a joy to explore anytime. Discover more that Canada has to offer Vancouver uncovered Nestled between high peaks and the Pacific, Vancouver is one of the world’s most spectacular cities. Warmed by ocean currents
Yurt or houseboat? Cabana or cannery? In BC, these 10 overnight options are anything but ordinary. WYA NOT? North of Ucluelet on Vancouver Island’s west coast, Wya Point Resort uses eco-yurts to take seaside camping to the next level. Built for up to five and full of modern conveniences, these circular tents, owned
Canada turns 150 years old this year, and the country is celebrating coast to coast. The American dollar is worth about $1.30 at the time of writing, so your travel buck will go a long way. Passport 2017 is a great place to start planning your visit to Canada. I think Vancouver
Valhalla Helicopters in West Kelowna operates half-and-full-day heli-wine tours in the Okanagan's stunning wine region. STEVE MACNAULL PHOTO by STEVE MACNAULL (more…)
Nisga canoe at Lava Bed Provincial Park I used to live in Northern British Columbia, in a small town called Terrace. Terrace is about 90 miles from the Pacific Ocean and the end of Highway 16 at Prince Rupert. It is a beautiful part of the world, wild and relatively unspoiled.
Roughly 35 million people call Canada home, and pretty much all of those people are habitually eating good food and singing/dancing/carousing the days and nights away in some of the world’s most vibrant cities. All summer long, life here takes place outdoors — at sidewalk cafés in Montreal, and rooftop
We’ve often talked about the importance of getting off-the-beaten-path when traveling, especially when it comes to spending time in nature. Some of our best travel memories have been made while exploring a national park or hiking around the world. Thankfully, today’s guest contributor, Jacqueline Louie, enjoys nature as much as
Tree top suspension bridges in Vancouver, BC Canada. Visitors move from tree to tree at a height of 30 meters. Click here to see more about Capilano Canyon in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
In 2015, we received tens of thousands of amazing photos across British Columbia for our Weather Window contest. Last month, we asked you to vote on 50 that had been especially popular on both our Facebook page and in our newsroom over the past 12 months. Here’s what you decided were the