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PHOTOS: ‘It’s a peaceful environment,’ says owner of Cultus Lake Flower Fest

PHOTOS: ‘It’s a peaceful environment,’ says owner of Cultus Lake Flower Fest

Lavender, lawn games and goats added to this year’s colourful floral festival in Chilliwack area
Abbotsford heats up with a calendar full of summer fun

Abbotsford heats up with a calendar full of summer fun

‘Let’s Go Do Something’ program includes an airshow, concert series, foodie festival
Enter to WIN a family fishing adventure in Ucluelet

Enter to WIN a family fishing adventure in Ucluelet

Share your favourite fishing photos to enter
Photo Contest: How will you Capture Summer?

Photo Contest: How will you Capture Summer?

Share photos of your summer adventures to be entered to win up to $250 in grocery gift cards
Tourism Abbotsford launches ‘Let’s Go Do Something’ campaign

Tourism Abbotsford launches ‘Let’s Go Do Something’ campaign

Visitors encouraged to check out all Abbotsford has to offer this summer
Day-use pass initiative for 5 busy BC parks to address safety, protect environment

Day-use pass initiative for 5 busy BC parks to address safety, protect environment

The second phase of its free day-use pass pilot program rolls out June 22 in five provincial parks
Youth summer fishing challenge: Go fishing, take a photo, then enter to win!

Youth summer fishing challenge: Go fishing, take a photo, then enter to win!

Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC’s contest returns this summer
BC’s Family Fishing Weekend returns June 18 to 20

BC’s Family Fishing Weekend returns June 18 to 20

Get ready with a free Family Fishing Webinar Series June 12
Camping close to home still permitted under B.C. travel ban: Dr. Henry

Camping close to home still permitted under B.C. travel ban: Dr. Henry

People will not be able to book a campsite outside of their health region – although Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health are being treated as one zone
Ambitious all-season mountain resort proposed near Chilliwack

Ambitious all-season mountain resort proposed near Chilliwack

Proponents say Bridal Veil Mountain Resort could cover 11,500 acres bring in $252 million a year