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Cranbrook is for Learners


Thursday, September 20th, 2018 — 10:47am PDT
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Standup paddle boarding, craft beer, fly fishing and more! Here are 5 things you can learn (and love) to do in Cranbrook, BC. Photos and story by Abby Cooper of ZenSeekers.

How Spending the Night in a Teepee Can Make You a Better Canadian


Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 — 10:45am PDT
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How Spending the Night in a Teepee Can Make You a Better Canadian: ZenSeekers writer and photographer, Abby Cooper shares her thoughts on why she feels more connected to our Canadian culture after visiting the Ktunaxa Nation’s Speaking Earth in St. Eugene, BC.

Patricia Thomson Reflects on 14 Years of Conservation and Education in Stanley Park


Monday, September 17th, 2018 — 9:08am PDT
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Stanley Park Ecology Society’s outgoing Executive Director reflects on 14 years of conservation and education in Vancouver’s beloved Stanley Park. Here, in her own words, Patricia shares an insider’s perspective of Stanley Park’s recent past and her hope for its future.

Quintessential Korean: 9 Restaurants in Coquitlam You’ve Got to Try


Monday, September 10th, 2018 — 4:30pm PDT
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Korean Restaurants in Coquitlam: While the area along Coquitlam’s North Road is unofficially deemed Koreatown, you’ll find many must-try spots hidden throughout the city. Here are 9 can’t-miss dining locations in Coquitlam.

Corn Mazes & Pumpkin Patches Near Vancouver


Tuesday, September 4th, 2018 — 1:30pm PDT
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Corn Mazes & Pumpkin Patches Near Vancouver: Langley, Richmond, Abbotsford and everywhere in between. Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley farms are hosting corn mazes, pumpkin patches, apple harvests, and so much more this season.

Staying on the Edge of Epic at the Historic Lund Hotel


Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 — 1:47pm PDT
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Stay and experience the Historial Lund Hotel. It hugs the rugged coastline of British Columbia’s mainland coast and truly lives up to its original Tla’amin First Nations’ name of Klah-ah-men. Klah-ah-men translates into “a place of refuge, a place to relax,” and that it is.