Ready for camping; ready for an emergency


If you’re camping this summer, you may already be prepared for a disaster…seriously!

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A Foodies’ Paradise: BC Farmers’ Markets Grow

Farmers Market feature image: strawberries

The BC Association of Farmers’ Markets is using Buy Local Program funding to their advantage and farmers’ markets are sprouting up all over!

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Remembering Expo 86 – Vancouver’s Other Great Party

Remembering Expo 86

Expo 86, staged on False Creek’s north shore, celebrated the Vancouver’s centennial and before the Olympics it was the biggest event in the city’s history.

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Campfire Dos & Don’ts (Don’t wreck summer)


I love camping. I really do. But the way in which I love it has changed a lot over the years. In the days of yore (also known as university) it was all about the hardcore experience. If you didn’t hump your gear into the backcountry I thought you were a wimp. Then came marriage, the kidlet and the overwhelming convenience of car camping — namely easy access to coolers and frosty beverages.

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A Field Trip to the Future: 2014 LNG in BC Conference

Feature Image: LNG students

130 students from northeastern BC took a two-day trip to Vancouver to take in the 2014 LNG in BC Conference; for most, it was the first time they travelled from their northern-BC towns.

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