Category: BC

What's New in Victoria, BC February 2011

Tourism Victoria’s Monthly Media Newsletter BC’S CAPITAL WINE REGION EXPANDS De Vine Vineyards is the capital city’s newest winery. Located in the Saanich Peninsula, 20 minutes from downtown Victoria, De Vine produces wines specific to the South Island region. A recent family venture, from father to sons and daughter-in-laws, the Windsor family is hands-on in […]

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What's New in Victoria… January 2011 news

Tourism Victoria’s Monthly Media Newsletter CYCLING FEST RETURNS TO THE CAPITAL The Victoria International Cycling Festival will take place over four weeks during May and June 2011 in Victoria, BC, the cycling capital of Canada. The cycling festival will bring together families, children, professional riders, commuters, road racers and track racers of all ages and […]

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What's New in Victoria.BC December 2010 news

Tourism Victoria’s Monthly Media Newsletter CHRISTMAS IS HERE! Every year during the holiday season, Victoria, BC is lit up with festive décor and an almost magical ambience can be felt floating through the air. Tourism Victoria wants to assist visitors to get into the holiday spirit through the creation of “Christmas is HERE!” a one-stop […]

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What's New? Victoria B.C. October 2010 news

Tourism Victoria’s Monthly Media Newsletter WILD ABOUT MUSHROOMS! This autumn, the search for wild mushrooms continues on Vancouver Island! The chefs’ of Amuse Bistro, a French inspired restaurant dedicated to fresh local foods in the Cowichan Valley, have teamed up with Brother Michael, a Benedictine monk from Solo del Monastery, to offer wild food foraging […]

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THE MIGHTY ARROW, Soca King of the World, dies at 60.

The Mighty Arrow, Soca King of the World, dies at 60. OLVESTON, Montserrat (Sept 15, 2010) – The Soca King of the World, Alphonsus “The Mighty Arrow” Cassell, died at his residence on the tiny Caribbean island of Montserrat today at the age of 60.  The international recording artiste was diagnosed with cerebral cancer in […]

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What's New in Victoria B.C.? September 2010 news

Tourism Victoria’s Monthly Media Newsletter TOURISM VICTORIA OFFERS TO PAY YOUR WAY HOME As summer comes to a close in Victoria, BC and the vibrant colourful flower baskets mix with the golden hues of the deciduous trees, autumn is the perfect time to visit the city known to have the mildest climate in the country. […]

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Victoria B.C. in Fall . August 2010 News

Tourism Victoria’s Monthly Media Newsletter MOUNT WASHINGTON ALPINE FOOD FEST From September 3 to 5, 2010, Vancouver Island’s Mount Washington Alpine Resort located three hours and 30 minutes north of Victoria, BC, celebrates the finest of Island fare at the Mount Washington Alpine Food Festival. With products from the farms, ranches, waters, and kitchens of the […]

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Tourism Victoria's Newsletter. July 2010

July 2010 MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA HITS CAPITAL WATERS Celebrating 21 years of delighting audiences, Symphony Splash is an unforgettable event set to make musical waves on August 1, 2010. Known to be one of Victoria BCs most popular free summer events and the largest annual symphony event in North America, playing to over 40,000 residents and […]

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REO Rafting Resort launches unreal long weekend specials

REO Rafting Resort launches unreal long weekend specials June 3, 2010 ? British Columbia ?  Ladies and gentlemen the rafting season in British Columbia has officially started. Despite the un-summer like conditions, the whitewater rafting season is in full swing and not even a little rain will deter our adventurous clients. In celebration of getting […]

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Cathedral Mountain Lodge Launches 2010 season

Cathedral Mountain Lodge Launches 2010 Season Stay in the Heart of the Rockies with a Season Opening Incentive      YOHO NATIONAL PARK, B.C., May 4, 2010 –Cathedral Mountain Lodge will open for the start of the 2010 summer season on May 21.   Tucked in the heart of the Canadian Rockies in Yoho National Park, British […]

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