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