Is this even real?
B.C., you babe.
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A luxury tent resort on Vancouver Island has cracked a top 10 list of the world's most expensive hotels. The Clayoquot Wilderness
Here in B.C., we're pretty blessed, geographically. The mountains tower overhead, you can drive for hours through dense, colourful
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Everybody had a good time at the Times of India Film Awards (TOIFA), but that wasn't the real reason the Clark government cut an $11 million cheque to bring TOIFA to Vancouver. She argued it was an investment for a future economic payday. Critics argued it was to give her a platform to woo South Asian voters before B.C.'s May election. The B.C. Liberals viewed TOIFA as a box of ladoos (Indian sweets) they could deliver to hungry ethnic voters. Instead, it turned into a political grenade in their hands.
This June 7, I began a rather extraordinary job. I was chosen from 1,507 applicants to dine at 365 Richmond restaurants in 365 days, and write a blog post about each and every experience.