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Canada Day Hike on the Iceline Trail, Yoho National Park

I couldn’t have been happier celebrating Canada’s148th birthday (July 1st) on one of the country’s most spectacular hikes. The Iceline Trail in BC’s Yoho National Park is all about over the top grandeur—huge waterfalls, giant glaciers, and epic views of the Rocky Mountains. 765 more words

Hiking

YVR - 24 Hours - Stawamus Chief

The Stawamus Chief “The Chief” is a great hike that can easily be done on a single day over a weekend with plenty of time to spare in the evening if you get started early enough. 391 more words

British Columbia

I Don’t Know if We Can Call Them Settlers

In school we learned  about brave pioneering folk who travelled west, put down their roots and their crops, built cabins then prairie dynasties and their families owned the land for generations. 740 more words

Historical Perspective

Christy Clark's 'PETRONAS GIVE-AWAY BILL' goes to B.C. Legislature July 13

British Columbia’s corporate owned media remained silent on Canada Day as one of the most corrupt and undemocratic Bills in B.C. history moves closer to being passed. 277 more words

Corporate Canada

The Sloppy & The Bad: Taco Del Mar & Blenz

Still in downtown Vancouver, and still at the Harbour Centre food court, back in early June I ordered some Ground Beef Tacos from Taco Del Mar… 331 more words

British Columbia

QUIZ: Do you remember these extreme B.C. weather events?

It’s shaping up to be a historic fire season in British Columbia.

Already this year, there have been 808 fires in our province, totaling 118,645 burned hectares – and more are… 44 more words

News

Sandhill Crane family

I heard about the Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis) chick at Burnaby Lake from bcsongbird. She says it is not usual to see Sandhill Cranes there and this couple has been there for a few months. 208 more words

Adventures And Photography