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No Sad Drapery Here—Kwa’lilas Hotel is a Stylish and Comfortable Place to Sleep

Kwa’lilas Hotel means “a place to sleep," and for those staying in Port Hardy, this First Nations-owned hotel is a pretty nice one to do just that.

By Julia Dilworth

 

No Sad Drapery Here—Kwa’lilas Hotel is a Stylish and Comfortable Place to Sleep

Kwa’lilas Hotel means “a place to sleep," and for those staying in Port Hardy, this First Nations-owned hotel is a pretty nice one to do just that.

By Julia Dilworth

Q&A With Cumberland-Based Illustrator Alex Maertz

We chatted with Alex to learn more about her process, her inspiration, and some fun facts about her dog, Roo.

By Julia Crawford

Designer Taylor Leigh On FOE Magazine and How BMX Shaped His Design Career

We ask Taylor, the person responsible for the look and feel of Breakwater, about how his former BMX career influenced his design career, the best trick he ever did on a bike, and how design shapes our daily lives.

By Julia Crawford

Unplug and Undress to Decompress in Tofino

Sheltered from wind and prying eyes (read: no need for clothes) Lagoon Float Camp feels a world away from civilization rather than the quick boat ride that it is.

By Dre Turner

An Interview with Britt Buntain of Picot Collective

We chat with Britt Buntain, founder of Picot Collective, about moving to Victoria, where she got the inspiration to start her business and what’s next for Picot.

By Julia Dilworth

The Ever-Changing and Always Cool Woods on Pender

Summer camp keeps getting better. We take a look at Woods on Pender's always evolving property.

By Julia Dilworth