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view listing for Today's Dental CentreFeatured ListingToday's Dental Centre

At Today's Dental Centre, we do everything we can to make your visit as enjoyable as possible. We treat our patients like family and work hard to ensure that their care fits their needs.

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view listing for Bell WorldFeatured ListingBell World

Your one-stop shop for all your communication needs: cellular phone service from Bell Mobility, satellite television from Bell ExpressVu, the latest wireless technology, and phones for your home or business. Also: Bell Long Distance calling cards.

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view listing for Kitchen Craft CabinetryFeatured ListingKitchen Craft Cabinetry

Kitchen Craft Cabinetry in Victoria, BC can help you select the countertops, cabinet finishes and hardware that is best suited for you. Our team of professionals will ensure your home renovation project stays on schedule and within your budget.

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view listing for Arbutus RidgeFeatured ListingArbutus Ridge

This course has great scenic views on every hole. Its signature hole (the 17th) has a long par three onto an island green. Surrounded by tranquil landscapes & stunning views, Arbutus Ridge is considered one of the finest courses on Vancouve

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view listing for John's Bedroom - Barn and foam WarehouseFeatured ListingJohn's Bedroom - Barn and foam Warehouse

Johns' Bedroom Barn Furniture in Nanaimo and Courtenay sells oak and pine furniture and foam.Our Barn is filled with products that are only of the best quality and fairly priced.We offer a standard of excellence for everyone above the average.

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Victoria Sports

Golfing gets you outdoors!

Golfing season is now upon us. Check out this city & area's most complete golf course listings & information.

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    Fairmont's Empress Hotel at the Inner Harbour

    The Inner Harbour is the jewel of Victoria. It separates downtown Esquimalt, and the city's most famous landmarks are all built along its shore.

    Pass the Undersea Gardens, the Wax Museum and the Imax Theatre on a short walk towards the BC Legislature. Beside the marina are The Fairmont Empress Hotel (famous for its High Tea), the Convention Centre, and Victoria's Old Town, with its many pubs and restaurants.


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    Bay Centre inside view

    Add your business to the FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and job opportunities. FoundLocally has lots of tips and information for businesses, and their staff and managers.


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    Gate of Good Fortune in Chinatown

    Victoria has a long tradition of hospitality. It was once the first stop off the ocean-going ship from the East Coast or Europe on the way to the Gold Rushes of the 1850's.

    Victoria was a British Navy post until very recent history, so was host to visiting sailors and dignitaries.

    Seaside cities always seem to be gteeming with great restaurants, nightlife, and other fun happenings.


    General Photo Credit: Victoria photos by Mark Ruthenberg and Greta Kasandra Travis, with Nanaimo photos by Michael Morel, unless otherwise noted.