Feed, preen and loaf in Ladner B.C.

Making your way along the entrance path at the George Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary on Westham Island is like navigating a big, boisterous holiday party. First you must sidestep the crowd of noisy mallard ducks that waddle toward you like Aunt Martha looking for her Christmas kiss. Then you’re obliged to tiptoe around dozens ofContinue reading “Feed, preen and loaf in Ladner B.C.”

Artistically inclined: Eight art-filled reasons to visit Vancouver, B.C. this summer

Don’t let the cycling jerseys, running shoes and beach shorts fool you. Buried under Vancouver, B.C.’s outdoorsy exterior beats the heart of an art-loving city. Case in point: the crowds of locals streaming in to see the Vancouver Art Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Collecting Matisse and Modern Masters: The Cone Sisters of Baltimore.”  This extraordinary collectionContinue reading “Artistically inclined: Eight art-filled reasons to visit Vancouver, B.C. this summer”