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Love Where You Live

DECEMBER
2022

 

Nanaimo Golf Club

Nanaimo Golf Club

Nanaimo Golf Club is a spectacular 18-hole course overlooking scenic Departure Bay. With an abundantly stocked pro shop, full practice facilities and golf lessons with their professional staff, Nanaimo Golf Club has been voted one of the best semi-private golf courses...
Major donation saves Island old-growth forest

Major donation saves Island old-growth forest

The Nature Trust of BC, one of the BC’s leading non-profit land conservation organizations, has received a donation valued over $5 million from Emil Anderson Group, a fourth-generation leader in BC’s construction industry, to ensure the protection of forest including...
The Little Farm with a Big Heart

The Little Farm with a Big Heart

By Judy Stephan Set in the forested foothills of Lantzville at the end of Superior Road, just minutes from Nanaimo, Superior Farms is a real working farm that is open to the public. A popular destination for school trips and visits from senior centres, visitors can...
Modular Housing

Modular Housing

By Noah Topp For many, the term “modular housing” evokes images of 1960’s style mobile homes with cramped rooms, narrow hallways, flimsy materials, and general lack of design aesthetic. Nexus Modular, a Vancouver Island based modular construction company, is...
HMCS ALBERNI Museum & Memorial

HMCS ALBERNI Museum & Memorial

The growing community of the Comox Valley is considered the Shellfish Capital of Canada due to its oyster, scallop, and clam harvesting. On occasion inside an oyster a pearl can be found, and one of these metaphorical pearls just might be a small museum, the HMCS...
A Long History: Saysutshun / Newcastle Island

A Long History: Saysutshun / Newcastle Island

By Joy Murray Newcastle Island is a short distance from Nanaimo, easily reached by walk-on ferry from Maffeo Sutton Park. It is a beautiful Island with a chequered history spanning several centuries. The name of the Island was changed in 2021 from Newcastle to...
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