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It's : Sunsets are beautiful, no matter who you see them with!

Who's your sunset buddy? Or do you prefer to watch the close of the day with your own company?

If you're looking to chase sunsets, the British Columbia Magazine has put together a list of the best views to watch from: https://bit.ly/3PJep0A

It's : Sunsets are beautiful, no matter who you see them with!

Who's your sunset buddy? Or do you prefer to watch the close of the day with your own company?

If you're looking to chase sunsets, the British Columbia Magazine has put together a list of the best views to watch from: https://bit.ly/3PJep0A

Believe in yourself everyday, always know that there is no limits to what you can achieve. A lot of people here are always doubting themselves. Let me tell you one fact, "If you ever for one day doubt yourself then success will not attract you". Success is a thing of the mind and Once you think it, it starts to manifest immediately. Do not doubt yourself anymore. Believe you can achieve great things. Always be positive at all times. It's only then you see yourself achieve great exploits.
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Have you explored Texada Island yet? 👀 Located off the coast of Powell River, Texada is the largest island in the northern Strait of Georgia and home to a fascinating and storied history.

Learn more about Texada's history in this British Columbia Magazine article ⬇️, and plan your trip here: https://bit.ly/3QDwcqX
Please join us August 26th to celebrate a local legend!

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Texada Time Warp on Sunshine Coast BC Canada 🇨🇦 A kaleidoscope of history on one of the Salish Sea’s largest islands. "It was home to one of the largest illicit prohibition distilleries to ever operate in British Columbia. It was also the birthplace of Texada Gold, a high-grade cannabis with a faithful following as far south as Mexico who also called it Texada Time Warp due to the strange things it could do to a user’s sense of time." Cherie Thiessen, British Columbia Magazine https://www.bcmag.ca/texada-time-warp

Texada Island Museum and Archives.

The Saanich Inlet, from the courtyard of the topmost building of the Villa Eyrie Resort, Malahat, BC.
- BEST ROAD TRIP? According to you - where did you go? Tell us about the route, how long did it take? - Schu
- I’ll draw two names from all comments this morning. We’ll give away the new British Columbia Magazine Road Trips Volume 4!

UPDATE: Congrats Vanessa Gale Bruce and Neil! I drew their names from the contest this morning. They both win the latest BC Magazine 18 Top Trips in BC and Beyond Volume 4.

Terrific ideas on here, no doubt about it. Have a great long weekend! - Schu
Powell River is a city surrounded by natural beauty and adventure with the coastal mountains in its backyard and the ocean on its doorstep.
via British Columbia Magazine
It was a natural fit for Destination British Columbia as sponsors when Sabrina Robson presented our BEST NATURE or ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Story category, especially when the Diane Selkirk was announced as the WINNER (and 2nd place) of this category with her story in British Columbia Magazine "Is Ecotourism Helping or harming BC's Bears?" (https://www.bcmag.ca/is-ecotourism-helpingas a natural fit for Destination British Columbia as sponsors when Sabrina Robson presented our BEST NATURE or ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABLE TOURISM Story category, especially when the Diane Selkirk was announced as the WINNER (and 2nd place) of this category with her story in British Columbia Magazine "Is Ecotourism Helping or harming BC's Bears?" (https://www.bcmag.ca/is-ecotourism-helping-or-harming-bcs-bears/)

This category also recognized many other excellent stories including:

2nd Place: Diane Selkirk
Regenerative Travel: A Step Beyond "Do No Harm"
Verge Magazine | July 2021
https://www.vergemagazine.com/21-1/features/regenerative-travel.html

3rd Place: Carol Patterson
A Saskatchewan road trip in search of whooping cranes
Canadian Geographic Travel | October 2021
https://cangeotravel.ca/article/a-saskatchewan-road-trip-in-search-of-whooping-cranes/

Honourable Mentions:
Jennifer Bain - On a Desolate Yukon Island, a Story of Nature and Culture Unfolds
Maureen Littlejohn - Call of the Wild Horses on Sable Island

TMAC Awards were presented on June 25th during the 2022 TMAC Conference in Yarmouth & Acadian Shores / Côtes acadiennes et Yarmouth in Nova Scotia . Read about all our winners: https://www.travelmedia.ca/news-item/excellence-canadian-travel-media-recognized-awards-gala-nova-scotia


Thank you, British Columbia Magazine, for this insightful feature! Read the article below to learn about four BC museums that chronicle our province's complex industrial past, including the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site.
With a focus on nature, the environment, or environmentally responsible tourism, the FINALISTS in our BEST NATURAL or ENVIRONMENTAL/SUSTAINABLE TOURISM STORY exemplify efforts that involve the natural environment or environmental stewardship.

Sponsored by Destination British Columbia, story topics in this category can range from conservation to indigenous flora and fauna, natural history to urban greening initiatives, ecotourism to indigenous tourism. Outdoor activities that are focused on eco-issues such as paddling or hiking in a newly preserved area, or scuba diving or wildlife viewing with endangered species also belong in this category.

AND THE FINALISTS ARE:
1) Diane Selkirk - Is Ecotourism Harming BC Bears
https://www.bcmag.ca/is-ecotourism-helping-or-harming-bcs-bears/
British Columbia Magazine

2) Diane Selkirk - Regenerative Travel: A Step Beyond "Do No Harm"
https://www.vergemagazine.com/21-1/features/regenerative-travel.html
Verge Magazine

3) Carol Patterson - A Saskatchewan road trip in search of whooping cranes
https://cangeotravel.ca/article/a-saskatchewan-road-trip-in-search-of-whooping-cranes/
Canadian Geographic Travel

4) Jennifer Bain - On a Desolate Yukon Island, a Story of Nature and Culture Unfolds
https://vacay.ca/2021/04/on-a-desolate-yukon-island-a-story-of-nature-and-culture-unfolds/
Vacay.ca

5) Maureen Littlejohn Travel - Call of the Wild Horses on Sable Island
https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2021/01/call-wild-horses-sable-island
Sable Island National Park Reserve

While the 'winners' will be announced on June 25th at the Awards Gala, in our books - each one of these are already winners, wouldn't you agree?

Yarmouth & Acadian Shores / Côtes acadiennes et Yarmouth
Tourism Industry Association of Canada
Tourisme Yukon
Parks Canada Yukon
Tourism Saskatchewan
Travel Media Association of Canada



Thanks for the shout out and fantastic article, British Columbia Magazine!
At Britannia Mine Museum, our team takes great pride in presenting interesting and interactive exhibits that give a new perspective of what mining means to our everyday lives.
Our brand new summer exhibit, "More than a Mine - Recreation in a Mining Town" is a nostalgic, historical throwback to how Britannia residents enjoyed their recreational life during the mining days, and how social gatherings helped strengthen and build the resiliency of a remote mining town.
The exhibit is now open and runs through Sept. 5, 2022.
Check out all the details - and even book your visit - on our site, www.BritanniaMineMuseum.ca :)


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The combination of evening light and slick calm ocean often provides for beautiful silky waterscapes on the coast of British Columbia. Throw in a two metre high dorsal fin and an 8 tonne orca attached to it and you have something approaching the perfect evening.

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The scenic geographic and travel quarterly magazine of British Columbia. British Columbia Magazine is the scenic geographic and travel magazine of British Columbia.

For 50 years, we have informed, entertained, surprised, and inspired our worldwide audience with award-winning profiles of Canada’s westernmost province. Our quarterly issues showcase the highest-quality photography alongside in-depth articles on British Columbia’s...

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09/14/2022

Researchers preserve genetic diversity of Salish Sea kelp

Coastal Crofton • British Columbia Magazine 09/13/2022

Coastal Crofton • British Columbia Magazine

From milltown to “metropolis."

Coastal Crofton • British Columbia Magazine I’m drawn to the old towns, the beautiful but lesser-known places where industries like logging, mining and fishing once thrived. Often remote, often surrounded by mountains, sea or forest, sometimes scarred but also resilient, these places and the pioneers who inhabited them have been vanishing. ...

Happy Tails on Beautiful Trails • British Columbia Magazine 09/12/2022

Happy Tails on Beautiful Trails • British Columbia Magazine

Meet BC’s most adventurous felines who spend their days enjoying the outdoors.

Happy Tails on Beautiful Trails • British Columbia Magazine With all the beautiful views and adventures to choose from, it’s no wonder that we’re starting to see more adventure cats out and about in BC. These brave felines accompany their owners on walks around the neighbourhood, hikes, bike races, overnight camping trips, kayaking excursions, paddleboar...

Queen Elizabeth II: A look back at some of her Royal visits to B.C. 09/09/2022

Queen Elizabeth II: A look back at some of her Royal visits to B.C.

May Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II rest in peace. Her lifetime of service and dedication will not be forgotten.

Queen Elizabeth II: A look back at some of her Royal visits to B.C.

10 fall hikes with gorgeous views to do around Vancouver 09/02/2022

10 fall hikes with gorgeous views to do around Vancouver

10 fall hikes with gorgeous views to do around Vancouver We've put together a list of gorgeous trails around Vancouver so you can prioritize your hikes before winter kicks in.

09/01/2022

Orcas surprise swimmers near Quadra Island

Wow! What a sight! 😍

09/01/2022
BC Farmers’ Market Trail 08/30/2022

BC Farmers’ Market Trail

BC Farmers’ Market Trail Wherever you are in the province, the BC Farmers’ Market Trail is your quickest route to fresh, local, in-season food and artisan goods direct from the people who produce them.

08/26/2022
08/25/2022

Whale music: Speakers allow public to listen to soundtrack of the sea

Amazing!

08/25/2022

Read about this drive and so many more in Road Trips: Vol 4!

Have it delivered to your home: bcmag.ca/roadguide

Escape to the North • British Columbia Magazine 08/25/2022

Escape to the North • British Columbia Magazine

Adventures in the Skeena region.

Kitimat Lodge | Northern BC Jet Boat Tours | Northern Escape Heli Skiing | Nicholas Dean Outdoors | | | | | | | | | | | |

Escape to the North • British Columbia Magazine The helicopter blades whirr and whine as we lose altitude. From my seat in the cockpit, I can see the altimeter frantically spinning backwards as we drop into a narrow valley. Within moments, green forest fringes us, streaking past on either side of the helicopter. I press my face hard against the w...

Photos from British Columbia Magazine's post 08/24/2022

Outdoor activities for any skill level, delicious dining options and a vibrant arts scene, it all starts in Nanaimo. Find out more about the area at Tourism Nanaimo

Start exploring here: tourismnanaimo.com/starthere/

Bear Attack in Castle Pass • British Columbia Magazine 08/23/2022

Bear Attack in Castle Pass • British Columbia Magazine

A tale of survival as a mountain bike ride goes wrong in the South Chilcotin Mountains.

Destination British Columbia | Garmin | Comox Valley Search & Rescue | Interior Health | | | | | | | |

Bear Attack in Castle Pass • British Columbia Magazine That August day in British Columbia’s South Chilcotin Mountains began the way any mountain biker would hope— a bluebird sky, the air fresh and cool and trees sparkling with early morning dew. Kennedy and his wife Andrea Schaeppi know this area well. Though they live on Vancouver Island, the coup...

These Indigenous-Owned Lodges Take Visitors Deep Into British Columbia 08/16/2022

These Indigenous-Owned Lodges Take Visitors Deep Into British Columbia

These Indigenous-Owned Lodges Take Visitors Deep Into British Columbia Expect hot springs, grizzly bear spotting, and plant medicine at these newly-opened eco-resorts.

Hit the road: Here are 10 of BC’s quirkiest roadside attractions 08/12/2022

Hit the road: Here are 10 of BC’s quirkiest roadside attractions

Hit the road: Here are 10 of BC’s quirkiest roadside attractions There’s nothing like hitting the road and taking in the sights and tourist attractions. Well we made a list of 10 of BC's kookiest ones.

Texada Time Warp • British Columbia Magazine 08/10/2022

Texada Time Warp • British Columbia Magazine

A kaleidoscope of history on one of the Salish Sea’s largest islands.

Destination British Columbia | Sunshine Coast Tourism - Canada | Texada Island Inn | That Place Cafe & Curiosities | BC Ferries | | | | |

Texada Time Warp • British Columbia Magazine It was home to one of the largest illicit prohibition distilleries to ever operate in British Columbia. It was also the birthplace of Texada Gold, a high-grade cannabis with a faithful following as far south as Mexico who also called it Texada Time Warp due to the strange things it could do to a use...

08/09/2022

We are restocked! After selling out of our first round, we have road guides ready for your next getaway. Be inspired - get it here and have it delivered to your door: bcmag.ca/roadguide

Rare summer aurora dazzles lucky Vancouver night owls (PHOTOS) 08/09/2022

Rare summer aurora dazzles lucky Vancouver night owls (PHOTOS)

Rare summer aurora dazzles lucky Vancouver night owls (PHOTOS) Some lucky Metro Vancouverites who stayed up late last night were able to capture the Northern Lights over the North Shore mountains.

08/08/2022

What a unique photo from ES Wildlife Photo Images!

Good Morning and Happy Monday
Hope you had a fantastic weekend.
One last shot of a beautiful Albino Barred Owl.
I'll admit that on the first post I mentioned it being Leucistic but after further thought and some discussions. I'll go with my original thoughts of it actually being Albinism.
Point being.... it's very special and rare.
It's as if it's looking back at me and saying "what ? The mouse was falling to it's certain death. I'm just saving it...honestly "

08/08/2022
Discover massive new art in the 8 Vancouver Mural Fest neighbourhoods 08/05/2022

Discover massive new art in the 8 Vancouver Mural Fest neighbourhoods

Discover massive new art in the 8 Vancouver Mural Fest neighbourhoods The first week of Vancouver Mural Fest 2022 is upon us and there are lots to see and do in the eight neighbourhoods of the festival.

9 Reasons Why Victoria is Canada's Garden City 08/03/2022

9 Reasons Why Victoria is Canada's Garden City

9 Reasons Why Victoria is Canada's Garden City Home to the mildest climate in Canada and some of the country’s most breathtaking gardens, it’s no wonder Greater Victoria has been dubbed Canada's...

08/01/2022

Pipe Coaster at Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Cool!

08/01/2022

It almost looks like a painting. Beautiful! We hope everyone had a great long weekend!

Sunrise over Mt Baker
Shot from Mt Tolmie

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Timeline photos 07/31/2022

Timeline photos

Explore ancient glaciers, majestic peaks, canyon waterfalls, and the vast alpine meadows or conquer The Zillmer Canyon Via Ferrata with CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures. ⛰ The possibilities are endless in this remote part of BC.

📸: Robin O'Neill Photography

Travelling in BC this summer? Plan ahead so you can explore BC safely and responsibly—learn about the latest updates, air travel, and more at: www.hellobc.com/know-before-you-go

Photos from Travel Media Association of Canada's post 07/28/2022

Congrats to Diane Selkirk with her article "Is Ecotourism Helping or Harming BC's Bears?" www.bcmag.ca/is-ecotourism-helping-or-harming-bcs-bears

07/28/2022

Large group of orcas surface near fishing boat in Haida Gwaii

Wow! 😍

Powell River • British Columbia Magazine 07/27/2022

Powell River • British Columbia Magazine

If you love nature and photography, dogs and people, Powell River is the ticket.

Destination British Columbia | Sunshine Coast Tourism - Canada | Sunshine Coast Trail | Townsite Brewing | The Old Courthouse Inn | Edie Rae's Cafe | The Royal Canadian Legion - National Headquarters | Magpie's Diner | qathet Museum and Archives | Nancy's Bakery | Lund BC | Shinglemill Pub and Bistro | Myrtle Point Heritage Farm | Beyond Bliss Salon * Spa * Suites | BC Ferries | Vancouver International Airport | | | | | | | | | | |

Powell River • British Columbia Magazine Fuelled with coffee and the cutest cupcake from 32 Lakes Cafe and Bakery, my dog Roxy and I stroll from Marine Drive (aka “downtown”) to Willingdon Beach where some kids are building sandcastles. We pass a dozen or so people practising Tai Chi and check out turn-of-the-century logging equipment ...

The Industries that Built Us • British Columbia Magazine 07/26/2022

The Industries that Built Us • British Columbia Magazine

Four BC museums chronicling our provincial past.

Britannia Mine Museum | Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site | Richmond, BC | British Columbia Aviation Museum | BC Forest Discovery Centre | | | | | | | | |

The Industries that Built Us • British Columbia Magazine British Columbia exemplifies the idea that Canada is a cultural mosaic and the closer you look the more you see. I come from a forestry background and often look at BC through that lens, yet that one view can be limiting. Our BC past is complex and is compiled of many industries, and I find it best....

Timeline photos 07/22/2022

Timeline photos

The 10-day long Splash Around Town - Symphony in the Summer Festival begins today, filling Victoria with the sound of music! 🎷🎶

With both ticketed events available in some of the city's most beautiful venues (the Royal Theatre and Christ Church Cathedral) and free concerts in Victoria's public spaces (Beacon Hill Park), Victoria sure knows how to hit the right note! 🎵 The festival goes out with a bang on July 31st, where a full days worth of performances are planned on the Lawn of the BC Legislature. These include a fireworks display framing a dazzling performance by the Victoria Symphony. 🎆

🔗 For more information and a festival schedule, visit: https://hubs.li/Q01hlXqq0

📷 wendi.donaldson (IG) - fireworks on the Inner Harbour, July 1st 2022.

07/22/2022

Go to https://hondacelebrationoflight.com/ for more info!

Celebrate community this summer season and join us in welcoming back the with family and friends!
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The excitement kicks off this Saturday, July 23rd at English Bay with fireworks by the Akariya Fireworks Team from Japan.
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Tickets are still available for all nights. See link in bio to buy!

07/19/2022

The coastal wolf is such a unique animal.

The hypnotic stare of a coastal wolf, it’s eyes piercing straight into my soul. A moment etched in my memory for ever.
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Adventures that go beyond - Toque & Canoe 07/18/2022

Adventures that go beyond - Toque & Canoe

Adventures that go beyond - Toque & Canoe Toque & Canoe features ten B.C. adventures that go beyond. Be prepared, though. They may bring joy, wonder and new meaning into your life.

07/17/2022

Breathtaking! 😍

Jump for joy 🐋

07/14/2022

Ready to Ride! Beach days are the best days… Meet our new Beach Cruiser, comes in soft cream, sleek black and aqua.

Beauty & Hope in Howe Sound • British Columbia Magazine 07/13/2022

Beauty & Hope in Howe Sound • British Columbia Magazine

Introducing the Átl'ḵa7tsem/Howe Sound UNESCO world biosphere region.

Tourism Squamish | Destination British Columbia | Future of Howe Sound Society | Howe Sound Biosphere Region Initiative | BC Spaces for Nature | University of Guelph | West Vancouver Foundation | | | | | | | | | | | | |

Beauty & Hope in Howe Sound • British Columbia Magazine In early July of 1791, during a first European exploration of the Salish Sea, Spanish naval officer José María Narváez piloted his 10-metre schooner, Santa Saturnina, north through the Strait of Georgia past a large delta. Tacking far offshore to avoid sandbars and cross-currents from the debouch...

Lights, Action, Lunch! • British Columbia Magazine 07/12/2022

Lights, Action, Lunch! • British Columbia Magazine

A first-hand look at the world of film catering, from the “Wild West” 1980s until now.

Edible Planet Catering

Lights, Action, Lunch! • British Columbia Magazine Chefs in restaurants have undeniably tough jobs, with long hours trying to keep diners happy while dealing with the pressures of running a business. Now imagine trying to serve two meals a day to more than 100 people out of a truck, worrying about whether you will run out of propane or have to pack....

Eat, Drink, and Shop at Lively Vancouver Markets this Summer - Inside Vancouver Blog 07/12/2022

Eat, Drink, and Shop at Lively Vancouver Markets this Summer - Inside Vancouver Blog

Eat, Drink, and Shop at Lively Vancouver Markets this Summer - Inside Vancouver Blog This summer promises to be an amazing one in Vancouver, with popular events returning and new ones in the works. Going to a market promises so much fun: happy people milling about, artisan goods to browse, and great food and … Continue reading →

Timeline photos 07/08/2022

Timeline photos

A beauty day for a hike. 😍⁠

📸: teejstam (Instagram)
📍: Kootenay National Park

Travelling in BC this summer? Plan ahead so you can explore BC safely and responsibly—learn about the latest updates, air travel, and more at: www.hellobc.com/know-before-you-go

5 beautiful BC camping spots that deserve a spot on your bucket list 07/07/2022

5 beautiful BC camping spots that deserve a spot on your bucket list

5 beautiful BC camping spots that deserve a spot on your bucket list BC is full of beautiful nature, and we've compiled a list of the best of the best for that breathtaking wakeup in nature.

Tim McGraw, Darius Rucker headline Rockin River Music Fest in return to Merritt, B.C. | Globalnews.ca 07/06/2022

Tim McGraw, Darius Rucker headline Rockin River Music Fest in return to Merritt, B.C. | Globalnews.ca

Woo hoo! 🎉🎉

Tim McGraw, Darius Rucker headline Rockin River Music Fest in return to Merritt, B.C. | Globalnews.ca Three-time Grammy Award winning superstar Tim McGraw will mark his return to the Rockin River stage after playing in Merritt 17 years ago.

Photos from Destination British Columbia's post 07/01/2022

Happy Canada Day!

Timeline photos 06/30/2022

Timeline photos

Majestic by day, dazzling by night. ✨

Did you know the BC Parliament Buildings 3,600+ lights are programmed by photoelectric cell? They turn on from sunset to 1:00 AM, then back on from 6AM to sunrise. These times may vary depending on the day’s cloud cover.

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06/23/2022

Incredible! 😍

The Upana Caves, located 17 kilometres from Gold River, are offer cavers of all experience levels a safe, self-guided introduction to the sport of spelunking. These caves are celebrated as the deepest caves north of Mexico.⁠

Whether you are seeking a day-trip or longer excursion, there is plenty to do in and around Gold River. Gold River is a scenic one hour drive from Campbell River, with some beautiful stops along the way for 📸⁠

For day trip idea and more information on the region visit https://www.campbellriver.travel/region/gold-river/

📸: .a.marchand⁠

🔵 Upana Caves are a unique maze of caves are located near Gold River within the traditional territory of the Mowachaht and Muchalaht people of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation.

Hiking Teapot Hill • British Columbia Magazine 06/22/2022

Hiking Teapot Hill • British Columbia Magazine

If you're looking to add some whimsy to your next adventure, don't pass up Teapot Hill! Have you been? We'd love to see your photos!

https://www.bcmag.ca/hiking-teapot-hill/

Hiking Teapot Hill • British Columbia Magazine Located in Cultus Lake Provincial Park, Teapot Hill is a whimsical hike made for anyone that needs a bit of magic and fun in their lives. As the name suggests, along the hike to the viewpoint you’ll come across many teapots and teacups, hidden by hikers that have come before you. Advertisement   ...

Vancouver Father's Day Activities | Vancouver's Best Places 06/19/2022

Vancouver Father's Day Activities | Vancouver's Best Places

Happy Father's Day!

Vancouver Father's Day Activities | Vancouver's Best Places The Father’s Day weekend in Vancouver usually includes street parties, live music events, ScotFestBC and other family-friendly festivals and activities.

Destination Coquitlam • British Columbia Magazine 06/16/2022

Destination Coquitlam • British Columbia Magazine

Ride the SkyTrain to the suburbs and uncover some of the region’s most impressive municipal parks.

City of Coquitlam - Municipality | Visit Coquitlam | BC Parks | Kwikwetlem First Nation | Beanery Coffeehouse & Eatery | Mariner Beer | John B Neighbourhood Pub | Nubo grill and tapas | Hoy - Scott Watershed Society | Executive Group Real Estate & Hotels | | | | | | | | | |

Destination Coquitlam • British Columbia Magazine The Tot Lot at Mundy Park is a playground manifested from a seven-year-old’s fantasy. Snaking around evergreens and swarming with kids—tots to tweens—this new addition to a mainstay Coquitlam park astounds even adults. Raised walkways, metres in the air; a tubular slide so long it has a window...

06/16/2022

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