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The small waterfront community of Bowser is located on the east coast of Vancouver Island overlooking Georgia Strait. Bowser is a favourite stop for clam and shellfish diggers. Bowser is part of Lighthouse Country, a stretch of Highway 19A that runs along the oceanside from Qualicum Beach to Fanny Bay across from Denman and Hornby Islands.
Gibsons is a wonderfully relaxing trip to make from Vancouver or Whistler. Gibsons is a great place to explore. Gibsons is the perfect location from which to visit the rest of the Sunshine Coast. Explore the scenic parks, beaches, and trails of Gibsons. Kayak to Keats Island for a picnic, swim in the clean ocean water, hike the trails, catch a play at the new Heritage Hall, buy fresh seafood on the docks for your dinner, stargaze from the beach - Gibsons is full of friendly people and super natural surroundings.
Halfmoon Bay is located near Vancouver and provides a wonderful getaway. There are many activities year round, golf, fishing, biking, hiking. Great arts and cultural acitivities - including art galleries, antique stores. Great restaurants and shopping in Sechelt.
Situated on the shores of 82-mile long Lake Okanagan, Kelowna is the largest community in the interior of British Columbia. Over 2,000 hours of sunshine and only 13 inches of precipitation annually allows for a wide range of outdoor activities including golfing, hiking, mountain biking, water sports, winery and agricultural tours and many cultural events. Spectacular mountain scenery, pristine lakes, and sandy beaches -- this is Kelowna.
The town of Sechelt is located on a very narrow isthmus that forms a bridge between the waters of Georgia Strait and the Sechelt Inlet, also called the Inland Sea. Famous as the home of the progressive Sechelt Indian Band and the Annual Festival of the Written Arts, Sechelt is the geographical centre of the Lower Sunshine Coast.
The community of Sooke is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, in Super, Natural British Columbia, Canada. Sooke is named for the T'Sou-ke Indian Band, the early inhabitants of the area. The name T'Sou-ke was given to a species of stickleback fish that, at one time, was quite numerous in Sooke Basin.
Situated at the head of Howe Sound and surrounded by mountains, Squamish is cradled in natural beauty as only a West Coast community can be. Growing in fame as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada, visitors will discover the abundance of attractions, activities and opportunities to explore in the community of Squamish.
Cowichan Bay is a bay and community located near Duncan, in British Columbia. The mouth of the Cowichan River is near Cowichan Bay. The bay is known for its fishing and scenic value. The area's main industries are fishing and tourism.
The Cowichan River is a moderately sized river in British Columbia, Canada. It originates in Cowichan Lake, flowing east towards its end at Cowichan Bay. Its drainage basin is 795 square kilometres (307 sq mi) in size.
Prince Rupert is a port city in the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is the land, air, and water transportation hub of British Columbia's North Coast, and home to some 12,815 people (Statistics Canada, 2006).