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Triple Your Spring Snow Fun in the Thompson Okanagan

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Thompson Okanagan champagne powder provides a playground for visitors and locals in Kamloops, Kelowna and Vernon.

Summer at Sun Peaks Resort with Free Concerts and More

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Summer at Sun Peaks Resort: Free concerts, festivals, and beautiful alpine blossoms. Enjoy a getaway with good eats, great tunes, and resort accommodations this season.

Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo

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Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo, their latest arena production, will make stops in British Columbia this fall and tickets go on sale today at 10:00am. Catch the show in Victoria, Vancouver, Kelowna and Kamloops in the fall of 2018.

CP Holiday Train Rolling Through BC with Free Concerts

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The 19th edition of the CP Holiday Train is ready to support communities and raise awareness​ across Canada as it sets out to visit 171 communities and host free events in November and December. There are over 20 stops in BC, from Sparwood to Port Coquitlam, with each featuring an opportunity to view the impressive train-long light displays and enjoy a free concert.

Free Day at Science World for the Around the Dome Science Festival

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Science World presents the 2017 Around the Dome Science Festival starting Saturday, September 16th and running until Sunday, October 1st. The month-long event series kicks off with the Community Science Celebration weekend that includes a free day on Sunday, September 17th, thanks to support long-standing partner, BC Hydro. Free Day at Science World What: Science […]

CP Holiday Train to Visit Communities Across BC

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​​18th edition of the CP Holiday Train is ready to support communities and raise awareness​ across Canada as it sets out to visit 150 communities and host free events in November and December. There are 16 stops in BC, from Revelstoke to Port Moody, with each featuring an opportunity to view the impressive train-long light […]