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It’s time to get into the winter swing! Black Friday looms. Christmas is just over a month away.
From live music to the music of the ocean, and from skiing to team challenges, these five festivals in Alberta and BC will get your blood flowing, your brain fizzing and your spirit ready for a new
Celebrate spring and coastal living on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, during the Pacific Rim Whale Festival, hosted by Tofino, Ucluelet, First Nations communities and the Pacific Rim National...
Carving on the Edge delivers a spirited experience that is so special it’s a bit hard to explain, but ideally this story will help give you a taste for it.
Shuck and slurp away the weekend at Tofino's annual event celebrating the delicious and prolific bivalve.
The festival showcases traditional and contemporary wood carvings with exhibits, delicious food, and family programs and demonstrations. There's even a chance to carve your own canoe or paddle.
An all-women event as surfers hit the waves and show their best in the annual surf competition. A lead-up event, awards banquet, and movie premier happen around the competition days.
Come March when it’s pretty much guaranteed bitter temperatures will pummel us in the Prairies, the coast is celebrating spring.
Along the western shoreline of Vancouver Island lies a rugged and wild region.
The wild West Coast of Vancouver Island has plenty of traditions that run as deep as the ocean: think a stickered up VW bus, loaded up with surf boards and Jack Johnson tunes going as the surf repo
'A party on the coast for the coast' is how the Otalith Festival is described by one local organizer.