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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!

Nanaimo Museum exhibit explores history of Japanese-Canadian internment

Nanaimo Museum exhibit explores history of Japanese-Canadian internment

Broken Promises travelling exhibit on until late summer, new permanent exhibit set up
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
Fast foot-passenger ferry boosts ferry sailings between Nanaimo and Vancouver

Fast foot-passenger ferry boosts ferry sailings between Nanaimo and Vancouver

BC Ferries adding 150 sailings to meet holiday travel demand

BC Ferries adding 150 sailings to meet holiday travel demand

Most of the extra trips will be along the Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen route
See nature’s ‘cannonballs’ at Vancouver Island’s sandstone cliffs and beaches

See nature’s ‘cannonballs’ at Vancouver Island’s sandstone cliffs and beaches

A place to find connection

A place to find connection

For the Snuneymuxw, there is a living spirit in all things, and they are all interconnected. As the people who care for the island they call Saysutshun, they welcome you. Whether you have been here often or have come for the first time, with each stay, you will gain a deeper knowledge of the way they see the world.
Nanaimo-to-Vancouver passenger ferry service announces August launch, fare prices

Nanaimo-to-Vancouver passenger ferry service announces August launch, fare prices

Pets and bikes allowed on ferries, says ferry operator
2 kokanee lake fisheries come to Vancouver Island

2 kokanee lake fisheries come to Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island anglers no longer need to travel to the B.C. Mainland to fish for the celebrated small-lake kokanee.