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Planning a Ski Vacation in British Columbia

Planning a Ski Vacation in British Columbia November 29, 2011 | Hotels, Kid Friendly, Things to Do | Read More
Ski season is just around the corner, and eager snow bunnies are itching for local mountains to open up the slopes. From Vancouver, you can see that snow is beginning to dust the mountains in and around November, which excites and gets people in ‘the mood’. Should Vancouver be your destination,...

What to Pack for a Winter Trip to Vancouver

What to Pack for a Winter Trip to Vancouver October 31, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Vancouver’s winter months can be all over the map, so it’s best to come prepared for all types of weather. During the Winter Olympics, it felt much like spring weather, but a few weeks later we were back to blistering cold and snow. With a limited amount of suitcase space, it can be difficult...

100 Dogs killed by a Whistler Dogsledding company

100 Dogs killed by a Whistler Dogsledding company February 9, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Man's Best Friend The Olympics brought much attention to British Columbia, along with many visitors, extra business and plenty of fun memories for those who attended. As we come close to the one year anniversary, there’s a bit of a dark cloud that’s hovering over Whistler after it came...

Things to do in Vancouver over the holidays

Things to do in Vancouver over the holidays December 26, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
The chaos of Christmas Day is now over and it’s time to get in a little R&R before New Year’s Eve brings on its wild festivities. You have a couple of days to roam around the city, drive up to Whistler, or explore the North Shore Mountains. If you’ve got this week off from work...

Whistler’s 14th Annual Cornucopia

Whistler’s 14th Annual Cornucopia November 10, 2010 | Events | Read More
Canadian Thanksgiving has come and gone, but our friends to the South are preparing for the annual celebration; turkey, stuffing, gravy and cornucopias a plenty! But, this post isn’t about Thanksgiving, but it is closely related. We’re talking about Whistler’s 14th Annual Cornucopia...
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