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Five reasons to go soul searching in Campbell River, B.C.

You don't go to Campbell River for things to do, you go there for the way it makes you feel.
Destination British Columbia uses virtual reality to attract tourists

Destination British Columbia uses virtual reality to attract tourists [VIDEO]

"We just really wanted to make it an interactive experience, on top of being immersive, and give people the opportunity to make choices as if they were actually traveling in BC," says Giovondo.

Tourism Group Decries Logging in Discovery Islands and Desolation Sound: VIDEO

BC Timber Sales issues logging contract for Maurelle Island, despite concerns of local tour guides that their input has been ignored.

Why does logging trump tourism in the Discovery Islands and Desolation Sound?

Jack Springer of Campbell River Whale Watching has a primarily European clientele. “It’s very difficult to explain to them what is going on here,” he said.

Vancouver's Chinese pop star to draw in tourism: The SinoFile

Did you know there was a Chinese pop star in Vancouver? Well now she's bringing in the tourism dollars.

China and Canada: where do we stand?

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s visit to China has put the spotlight on trade and foreign affairs. Here’s an explainer on where we stand with the powerful Asian nation.

Bay of Fundy doesn't make list of seven natural wonders of the world

HALIFAX – A woman who campaigned for four years to have the Bay of Fundy declared a natural wonder of the world says even though her bid didn't succeed, the quest has attracted global attention to...

BC Premier Christy Clark hits the road to push mystery jobs plan

It's not clear what she'll do as economy shrinks and job growth sputters, but she's hinting at skills training, resource development and Asia Pacific trade.

Stock market volatility has B.C. businesses on edge

The recent downturn in US and global stock markets has Canadian economists worried. This recent economic crisis, which originally ensued from the US losing its AAA credit rating from S&P, raises...

Edible British Columbia brings chefs and gourmands together at Best Market Dinner

Edible British Columbia’s mandate is to provide locally produced food. The EBC’s delightfully indulgent Best Market Dinners exemplify the program’s success.