Tofino History Lesson; Cougar Annie’s Garden

How the home of one of Clayoquot’s most colourful characters is being shaped into a new legacy Cougar Annie didn’t have a lo...

Swell Folks: Lilly Woodbury of Surfrider Pacific Rim

If you’ve been on a Tofino beach, you’ve seen the work of Surfrider Foundation, or rather, you haven’t seen their work. Fro...

Inside the True Kyler Vos Gallery

Unless you own a big sturdy boat or an aircraft, Port Alberni is the unofficial gateway to the west coast. This logging and fis...

The Sirens of the Pacific Rim

A tragic but true tale of the doomed Steller Sea Cow By Caleb Harding The quick-changing weather and stark beauty of Clay...

Mind Travel in the Time of Coronavirus

We may not be able to move much, but we can always use our minds to discover, be inspired by, and plan to explore British Colum...

Earth Day, Every Day

A Helpful Guide to keeping the momentum up one week after Earth Day Earth Day began in 1970 and celebrated its 50th annivers...

Things We Lost in the Virus

When it comes to COVID, we are staying positive and value both our health and privileged position, but we still miss the little...

Catching Up with Cohen During COVID

Tofino Resort + Marina ambassador Noah Cohen walks us through his COVID-19 experience sheltering in place. Photos by Kyler Vos ...

Tofino History Lesson: War in the Woods and the UNESCO Biosphere Region

In the 1980s, logging and fishing were king and queen of the west coast economy. Commercial fisheries—salmon, halibut, herring—...

A Time To Reflect: Enjoying Beer + Music While Tofino is on Hold

Last October, the world was a little simpler. We lived our adventures out with purpose and passion in Tofino with little worrie...