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Pedalling in Paradise

By Cherie Thiessen on Jul 1, 2013

Cycling the bike path they call “Le P’tit Train Du Nord,” in commemoration of the train that used to click along its tracks, is already turning out to be spectacular. It made its last run on November 15, 1981, and 15 years later the 200-km trail was opened, stretching northwest from Saint-Jérôme to Mont-Laurier, and reputed to be the longest linear park in Canada. Read more...

Pender Island Activities for Everyone Under the Sun

While on Pender, you will find no shortage of things to fill your day. Whether it is visiting an artist’s studio, enjoying the great outdoors, stepping back in time with a visit to our museum or rejuvenating your body with a spa treatment, your needs can be fulfilled. Read more...

Catching Waves on British Columbia’s West Coast

By Doc Pow on Jun 1, 2013

We arrived eyes wide open. Pulling up to Long Beach, snuggled along British Columbia’s Vancouver Island’s Pacific Rim National Park, there were bald eagles flying overhead and an endless beach before us as we squeaked into our wet suits. It’s March, it’s Canada, and we are going surfing – is this wrong? Read more...

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