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Category: Fishing  |  Location: French Creek
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Lingcod Catch
Last chance... We really are having an excellent salmon fishery this year. At the time of writing this report (early September) the salmon fishing around French Creek has kept the fisherman pretty busy most days. It was nice to see our local waters so alive with Humpback whales, Orca pods, huge bait balls, and lots of salmon! The Coho salmon return was good with solid fishing through the su

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Posted By: Darrell Jobb on Sep 14, 2018
Category: Artists & Art Galleries  |  Location: Parksville
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Tribal Journeys - Norma Jackson
McMILLAN ARTS CENTRE, 133 McMillan Street, Parksville GALLERY EXHIBITIONS: September 8 – October 13, 2018 Group of 3: Lloyd Major, Elissa Anthony, Judy Maxwell These accomplished local artists, teachers and friends return to exhibit together. This exhibit features oil paintings specializing in landscapes of Vancouver Island, the Interior and the Prairies. Norma Jackson Solo Exhibitio

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Posted By: Jennifer Bate on Aug 22, 2018
Category: Multi-Adventure Excursions  |  Location: Qualicum Beach
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Sunset at the Waterfront
Qualicum Beach is a small, walkable town on the east coast of Vancouver Island. There's an airport serviced by a couple of small airlines . And once you've made it from there to your in town or on the beach accommodations via cab or even public transit, you can enjoy a relaxing car-free and care-free holiday. From the waterfront to downtown is just a 15 min walk. It's uphill from shore to town

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Posted By: Sharyn Sadauskas on Aug 20, 2018
Category: Beaches & Swimming  |  Location: Parksville
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Driftwood on Parksville Beach
Parksville is beautiful all year around. Even if it's cold outside, walking along the Parksville beach is always amazing. We found this huge tree at the beach the other day, and I couldn't resist taking a photo with this huge piece of nature! - Maki McPhee, myPQB Story Contest

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Posted By: Maki McPhee on Aug 16, 2018
Category: Bird Watching
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Chestnut-backed Chickadee
June 5, 2018 - Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park The Tuesday bird walk went to Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park in Parksville. The morning was cloudy with winds off the Strait of Georgia. Ten Great Blue Herons were seen just off shore. During the walk, four Pigeon Guillemots and six White-winged Scoters were seen further off shore. A Western Wood- Pewee was seen at the edge of the forest.

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Posted By: Neil Robins on Aug 7, 2018
 
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