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Fraser Valley Strawberry Season 2012

Comments 167 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Fresh, ripe, and locally-grown strawberries are ready for devouring around Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. With a healthy dose of rain and now a helping of sunshine, the sweet, plump berries are ready to be picked. There are 13 farms that belong to the Fraser Valley Strawberry Growers Association so you’re bound to find […]

Langley Wineries: Vista D’Oro, Neck of the Woods, Township 7

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Vancouver event planner Marc Smith recently made a career change and has taken on a bold challenge while he realigns his professional goals. He’s decided to create 30 Day Adventures, a blogging initiative that has him experiencing a new adventure around Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley daily from June 1st to July 1st. Langley […]

New Pacific Commuter Shuttle Service

Comments 19 by Rebecca Bollwitt

A new service is launching this July that takes carpooling to a whole new level. Pacific Commuter is a motor coach program that will drive members to and from locations in Langley and Surrey to three destinations in Vancouver. Available Monday to Friday, Pacific Commuter will do pick-ups at 7:25am and 7:35am, and return from […]

Remembrance Day 2011 Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Richmond, Surrey, Langley

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

At 11:00am on the 11th day of the 11th month I stand in silence to respect and honour those who gave their lives for our country. I am a first generation Canadian and this is my home. Remembrance Day makes me think of family, and it makes me thankful. I get to wake up every […]

Feast of Fields 2011 in Langley

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Feast of Fields is coming to Krause Berry Farms in Langley in just a few weeks and tickets are currently on sale. I first heard of the Feast of Fields concept when I toured Fairburn Farm on Vancouver Island during a Cowichan Valley trip in 2009. The idea is to bring together “city folk” with […]

Terry Fox Run Locations 2011

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It was on this day in 1980 that Terry Fox was forced to end his Marathon of Hope as he succumbed to the cancer that eventually took his life. After 143 days and 5,373kms, his journey ended just outside Thunder Bay… and that’s when the rest of Canada picked up the run where he left […]