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Confessions of a Naturalistus ignoramus

Learning to spot wildlife with a Naturalistus extremus (Robert Bateman) in B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest

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Portable glamping: Renting a houseboat on Shuswap Lake

Over the water and under the stars, Robin Esrock recounts his experience renting a houseboat in Sicamous, British Columbia, Canada’s houseboating capital 

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Checking off a bucket list dream: Riding a Harley Davidson 

Some riders love them, some riders hate them. But there’s nothing quite like watching people fly by on a Harley Davidson.  

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“Going the right direction on the path” ʔapsčiik t̓ašii trail opens in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

Supporting a variety of activities, this 25-kilometre trail is paved along its entirety, making it accessible for cyclists, dog walkers and anyone looking for an escape into nature

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Hound found: on the hunt for truffles in British Columbia

How British Columbia’s truffle industry is burgeoning both below and above ground — with a little help from some four-legged friends

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Road tripping B.C.’s Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Freedom is wide open spaces framed by endless skies and rich history. It is uncrowded, quiet, calm and yours to define in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast.

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The 2022 Expedition Insider

A behind-the-scenes look at the adventures and discoveries of the passionate explorers funded by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society

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Cat skiing vs heli-skiing: Which one should top your bucket list?

It’s like comparing champagne to prosecco, but both will forever change the way you view skiing

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Climbing Hallam Glacier

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Welcome to climbing camp

Camaraderie, conversation and conservation are key at the Alpine Club of Canada’s annual General Mountaineering Camp

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Photos: Life as a heli-skiing guide in the Skeena Range

10,000 square kilometres of remote mountain wilderness, routine white-out conditions, avalanche-prone slopes, and just five guides: Welcome to the Skeena heli-skiing tenure

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One heli of a hike

British Columbia’s remote Cariboo Mountains are one of the hardest-to-reach wilderness areas in Canada — unless, of course, you’re a keen hiker with access to a helicopter

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Exploration

RCGS-supported expedition discovers deepest cave in Canada

At 670 metres, Bisaro Anima near Fernie, B.C. is confirmed to be Canada's deepest cave

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British Columbia

People & Culture

Maritime historian Vickie Jensen discusses her new book chronicling the stories of underwater trailblazers

Deep, Dark and Dangerous explores the fascinating story of how British Columbia became a world leader in the underwater tech industry — and the individuals who made it happen

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Remote paradise: The wonder of B.C.’s Triangle Island

Off the northwest tip of Vancouver Island, an isolated speck of “inhospitable” land is home and sanctuary to millions of seabirds

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Bigfoot emerges in B.C.’s Harrison Hot Springs

As the community hunkers down at home, Sasquatch sightings are on the rise

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B.C. hotel chain stays open, offers special rate for healthcare workers during Covid-19

Accent Inns made the decision to keep its five properties open after receiving a panicked call from a nurse in need of a place to stay 

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The Josie Hotel, a cozy base for super skiing in Rossland, B.C.

With a great food scene and an annual snowfall of seven metres, Rossland should be on your radar for winter fun

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The inn that built Tofino

How a tiny town on the continent’s westernmost edge went from stormy outpost to revered eco-tourism destination

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Sea otters play among the kelp in Tofino, B.C.

Environment

British Columbia is developing its own law to protect species at risk

Environmentalists hope the long-awaited legislation will compensate for shortcomings in the federal Species at Risk Act

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View of Coal Harbour from room at Westin Bayshore Vancouver

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Why the Westin Bayshore is Vancouver’s most wildlife-friendly hotel

With its picturesque gardens, onsite apiary and visiting otter, Vancouver's historic waterfront hotel is close to nature by design

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Environment

What it’s really like to fight a wildfire

A former firefighter offers a glimpse at the day-to-day lives of the men and women who rush into danger each summer to protect life and property

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Five fascinating nature hot spots to explore in British Columbia

From crystal-clear tidal pools to expansive lava beds, these five spots showcase the incredible biological and geological diversity of Canada’s westernmost province

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Charlotte Gray on Tatshenshini River

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Charlotte Gray on rafting the wild Tatshenshini and Alsek rivers

The acclaimed author discovers breathtaking scenery with a side of eggs benedict in Canada's North

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Saddling up in British Columbia’s Sea to Sky Country

 Four reasons why a horseback expedition in southwestern British Columbia is a must-do this summer

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The wild beauty of British Columbia’s Galiano Island

Discover a tranquil retreat from city life in the Southern Gulf Islands 

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The non-skier’s guide to Whistler, B.C.

Whistler is world-renowned for its powder, but the picturesque mountain village has plenty going on off the slopes as well

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Sisters of the surf

The owner of Surf Sisters on promoting women’s surfing

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History

Footprints found in B.C. may be North America’s oldest

Footprints found on a remote British Columbia island might be the oldest ones ever discovered in North America.

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Poplar trees on the site of a former landfill in Salmon Arm, B.C.

Environment

Could trees be the chemical recycling centres of the future?

Researchers at the University of British Columbia Okanagan hope to learn whether chemicals absorbed by trees from contaminated soil can be retrieved and re-used

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Science & Tech

How Canada is preparing for the next big earthquake

The last megathrust earthquake to strike Canada was in 1700, and the clock is ticking. How we’re preparing for the impact.

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