The call of the wild

Booth, Joanna
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/11/2009, p52
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the tourist destinations in Vancouver, British Columbia. It states that the city was highly ranked in surveys of the best cities to both live in and visit. The Museum of Anthropology is offering various exhibitions dedicated to First Nations cultures. The Vancouver Island is an ideal location for whale watching.


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