Sun Peaks' Snowbombing Festival releases
Sun Peaks' Snowbombing Festival releases 2019 lineup KelownaNowSnowbombing Canada released its official lineup for their 2019 festival on Thursday night. Back for its third and biggest year, 2019's edition of Snowbombing ...
Posted on 7 December 2018 | 5:37 am
Savour the Sun at Sunburst - Sun Peaks
Savour the Sun at Sunburst Sun Peaks Independent NewsThis intimate event will allow you to engage with each winery, learning the nuances of their winemaking philosophies and discovering the passion behind their ...
Posted on 7 December 2018 | 12:00 am
Sun Peaks one of the best places to
Sun Peaks one of the best places to 'experience winter' in Canada: Expedia CFJC Today KamloopsKAMLOOPS — With Kamloops still waiting on a significant snowfall this winter, folks are heading up to the mountain to experience the powder. And it's actually ...
Posted on 6 December 2018 | 1:09 pm
Snowbombing announces headliner: Illenium -
Snowbombing announces headliner: Illenium Sun Peaks Independent NewsAfter a summer of anticipation the greatest show on snow, Snowbombing Canada, has released the lineup for their upcoming festival. With a mix of DJs ...
Posted on 6 December 2018 | 1:08 pm
Canada ranked #1 most Christmassy country in
Canada ranked #1 most Christmassy country in the world Daily HiveIt's the most wonderful year around the world, and particularly in Canada, according to a new global ranking which has us listed in first place.
Posted on 5 December 2018 | 12:00 am
TRUsustain: There are many great events
TRUsustain: There are many great events going !!^! around Kamloops for the l!!^!g week&&@. 🇨🇦 ️Here are some events that you can ch… https://t.co/gt0Qvvr5UY
Posted on 6 July 2018 | 4:26 am
bradwatsonRLP: Sun Peaks Resort has a ton
bradwats@@%^RLP: Sun Peaks Resort has a t@@%^ going @@%^ this week% for the l@@%^g week%/Canada Day - activities for the kids, live mu… https://t.co/OppaaezAu2
Posted on 6 July 2018 | 4:26 am
Resolved Question: Direct Sunlight in
I've lost all faith in Americans, and have decided that once I'm financially independent I am going to leave the country. Canada seems like a nice place to emigrate to, but I am concerned about the issue of direct sunlight. I appreciate that it is very far north, all things considered (I am a native californian), but I am still holding out for the possibility that there may be a place that will feel somewhat like home. Is there any place in canada that has enough direct sunlight in the summer that you can actually get a tan? Or is the sun too low in the sky everywhere to permit that?
Posted on 15 February 2014 | 5:43 pm
Resolved Question: Summer in Toronto and
I am planning to migrate to Canada on student visa but as I looked on websites about weather I found Vancouver is better than Toronto in summer
I am unable to tolerate harsh sun rays so a little bit cold summers are preferable
Education wise also which region is more suitable?
Posted on 15 May 2012 | 8:15 pm
Resolved Question: Anyone who has gone to
soooo im going there on my march break, and im not a really good snowboarder but i still want to go, is it a good place?
Posted on 22 November 2011 | 5:21 am
Resolved Question: What would you recommend
Like a suggestion of good place to ski in BC Canada
Regards length of runs. Quality of snow
Level Of terrain
Not so much concerned with village nearby
More less the actual skiing
I been to whistler and revelstoke so far
What other ones do u all recommend
Or do u think I should stay with revelstoke?
Posted on 27 October 2011 | 5:30 am
Resolved Question: Best canadian ski resorts
hi im wanting to work at a ski feild in canada from jan - march 2012. im 27 male from nz, a snowboarder, adventurous intermediate level. i want somewhere that gets a lot of snow, nice blue sky days, has lots of off piste and tree runs, and good park riding. i work in hospatality, but would consider jobs of any kind, preferably evening/night work.
ive been told whistler is great, but is really expensive to live there?
and i was thinking big white, but was told they always have crap weather, like heaps of white out days, hense the name big white.
Posted on 16 February 2011 | 11:21 am