Living alone in the wilderness can often lead human beings to choose unusual companions. In an era when domesticated pets were scarce to come by but wildlife was plentiful, early settlers in the Campbell River area were often known to adopt wild animals like deer, bears and … [Read more...] about Wild Companions
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More and more homeowners are looking to Design-Build companies to create their dream home, whether it be for new construction or renovations. Design-Build is not a new concept, in fact it has been around for centuries, but it is growing into a very popular method in the … [Read more...] about The Design-Build Experience
After a tough period, the forest industry in B.C. is heading into a period of re-growth.
With a lower Canadian dollar and a slow recovery in the U.S. and around the world, the Business Council of B.C. says things are looking up, particularly for the forest industry.
“The U.S. … [Read more...] about Forestry – Heading into
a period of regrowth
Slip below the surface into the surreal. It’s a world of vivid, eye-popping colours; creatures that both amaze and alarm; and out-worldly landscapes seemingly dreamed up by a sci-fi artist. This dreamy underworld is right on our doorsteps too. Just slip on a dry suit, gear up … [Read more...] about It all leads to the ocean
With names like Foxie McMuff, Ballsy Benoit and Lumber Smack, Campbell River’s roller girls will floor you with the rock ‘em sock ‘em style of Roller Derby When Kim Emsley-Leik rollerskates around a rink, it’s no leisurely roll. She takes numbers and clears … [Read more...] about Ready to Roll