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Enter today: $6,000 in prizing for 2024’s Amateur Photographer of the Year contest!

Enter today: $6,000 in prizing for 2024’s Amateur Photographer of the Year contest!

Celebration set for Maritime Heritage Centre 20th anniversary

Celebration set for Maritime Heritage Centre 20th anniversary

20 years as a hub for educational, social and cultural activities
Indigenous tourism plays crucial role in promoting Island’s 50 First Nations

Indigenous tourism plays crucial role in promoting Island’s 50 First Nations

First Nations communities on Vancouver Island offer rich cultural experiences that tell the story of these lands
Two Sister Nations partnership to offer new wildlife, cultural tours near Campbell River

Two Sister Nations partnership to offer new wildlife, cultural tours near Campbell River

Homalco and Klahoose partnering on eco- and cultural tourism
Vancouver Island artist creates West Coast orca scene for new silver coin

Vancouver Island artist creates West Coast orca scene for new silver coin

Image adorns Royal Canadian Mint’s This is Canada series’ Wondrous Waters theme
VIDEO: Pod of orcas delights onlookers at Vancouver Island pier

VIDEO: Pod of orcas delights onlookers at Vancouver Island pier

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2 kokanee lake fisheries come to Vancouver Island

2 kokanee lake fisheries come to Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island anglers no longer need to travel to the B.C. Mainland to fish for the celebrated small-lake kokanee.
5th annual Amateur Photographer of the Year contest returns with $9,000+ in prizes!

5th annual Amateur Photographer of the Year contest returns with $9,000+ in prizes!

Calling all amateur photographers! The Amateur Photographer of the Year contest celebrates its fifth anniversary with an amazing $9,000+ in prizes up for grabs.
VIDEO: Swimming eagle lugs massive fish on to B.C. log boom

VIDEO: Swimming eagle lugs massive fish on to B.C. log boom

Boom boat operator captures video of incident in Menzies Bay north of Campbell River
B.C. raises freshwater fishing fees, with funds supporting angling and conservation

B.C. raises freshwater fishing fees, with funds supporting angling and conservation

It will cost a little more to go freshwater fishing in British Columbia this year.