Millennials are changing the face of travel today, in some very big ways. A recent article in HuffPo says they’re revolutionizing their travel choices in four ways. They’re choosing cultural experiences over partying, they’re mixing business with leisure creating “Bleisure Travel”, group travel is on the rise, as are hostel stays. For this impactful age […]
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Visit the Gulf of Georgia Cannery this spring break for some family fun. This National Historic Site commemorates the fishing and canning industry off Canada’s Pacific Coast through exhibits, activities, films, and events. Spring Break at the Cannery March 13 – March 24, 2017 During Spring Break, kids 6-11 years can pick up a Parks […]
This winter I partnered with SnowSeekers, with whom I have done a few fun assignments, to share their #SkiNorthBC stories from destinations in Northern BC. The team visited Terrace, Smithers, Quesnel, Barkerville — and the first story comes from Powder King. Reporting from Mackenzie, BC, SnowSeekers founder Jim Barr (aka Doc Pow) has shared this […]
What do the Walkie-Talkie, IMAX, the egg carton, instant mashed potatoes and the sport of hockey all have in common? They were all Canadian inventions! You can celebrate Canada’s innovative past, present and future for our country’s 150th anniversary when the Innovation150 National Tour launches at Science World next week. Innovation150 Kick Off at Science […]
I believe one of the best ways to give an experience to a loved one this Christmas is to give them the gift of sport. John and I have bought our Whitecaps season tickets for each other for Christmas for the last five years, which turns into over 20 pre-set date nights for us throughout […]