British Columbia 

Breathtaking views of the majestic Rocky Mountains and other spectacular natural settings will endear you to this province. Vancouver, British Columbia’s largest city, offers beaches and the world famous Stanley Park. On those really rainy days, check out the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Center, CN IMAX theatre or the many fine art galleries, theatres and museums. 

Okanogan Valley, British Columbia

Being so close to the ocean, seafood is readily available and delicious. Dine on such delights as fresh oysters, scallops and crabs as well as the world-renowned Pacific salmon. A traditional British Columbia dish is salmon grilled on a cedar plank. 

The Okanogan Valley offers some of the sweetest peaches, cherries, apricots and apples in the world, and some of our finest wines. 

Skiers and snowboarders will not want to pass up the opportunity to visit Canada’s world class ski resorts including Whistler and Blackcomb

See the official website of the province of British Columbia.


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