Vancouver Island has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Siam Longings' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Vancouver Island had the highest popularity figure in February last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] reaching retirement look forward to downsizing to a quiet place in the Okanagan or on Vancouver Island. Not the Joe Frank family. Ten years ago, the Surrey elementary school principal built [...]
[...] groups are worried about the impact of a fish farm fuel spill off the northern coast of Vancouver Island. The bio diesel spill was reported early Sunday morning at a salmon aquaculture site in Echo [...]
[...] parts of the journey for July. We'll spend at least a week or so on the west coast of BC (Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands) since we have family to visit/stay with there. We'd like to travel [...]
[...] — scores on all three counts. The stunning views of English Bay – and on a clear day, Vancouver Island – check off the first requirement of an enviable site. Work will start this spring on the [...]
[...] Causeway, Delta, BC (about 45 minutes south of Vancouver). Service to the southern end of Vancouver Island (Victoria) and the southern Gulf Islands. – Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal, located at 6750 [...]
[...] in 1969. He returned to Vancouver to freelance and work for the CBC. Later he moved back to Vancouver Island, and began to take on big projects. He painted the first two murals in Chemainus, BC. Some [...]
[...] . He now lives with his wife, Patricia Jean Smith, also a writer, in Nanoose Bay on Vancouver Island. Links to buy Ron’s book: At most bookstores, on Amazon, or directly through the publisher, [...]
[...] a cleaver for fish. It now lives in the field kitchen box. FLAVOUR – I carry nalgenes of Vancouver Island sea salt, Malabar black pepper, canola oil, and a tiny bit of apple cider vinegar for when [...]