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Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre in Whistler

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During our weekend visit to Whistler, we decided to walk over to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre. John and I love feeding our brains, learning about different cultures and learning more about the history of the places we call home. The Squamish and Lil’wat Nations are two very distinct cultures that have always lived side […]

BC Healthy Living Alliance Health Hunt

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This month the BC Healthy Living Alliance is hosting an online scavenger hunt to promote healthy living. On August 24th at 9:00am sharp, you will be able to download a Play Pack from the BCHLA website. It will contain contest rules along with a list of missions to be completed for a multimedia scavenger hunt. […]

Wineries on Twitter

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With VinoCamp CheeseCamp happening tomorrow, I’m in a wine kind of mood. This morning I went searching for a list of wineries on Twitter and I found the motherload here. Despite the list being very long, a few local wineries were not represented so since the site is a wiki, I was able to log […]

BC Lions Tickets and Dinner – Quick Giveaway

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If you don’t already have something planned for this Friday night, consider taking in a BC Lions game as I have two tickets as well as $25 to spend at the Kingston to give away. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr To enter to win this combo (and to see the Lions stomp the Roughriders) […]

BC Cultural Crawl 2009

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The 8th annual BC Cultural Crawl kicks off this weekend from Barkerville to Victoria, Cranbrook to Comox. The goal of the cultural crawl is to highlight community art events around our province which are happening every day throughout the month of August. Here’s a sample lineup of events happening across the province on BC Day, […]

Kelowna Wildfire Resources

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The Glenrosa wildfire is burning its way down the mountain in West Kelowna and over 11,000 people (and their pets) have already been evacuated. Used with permission / Credit: Quantummaladjustment.com With road closures, power outages, poor air quality, and the need for resources, residents and visitors are turning to online sources for information. Photo credit: […]