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About the Area

Oak Bay is a picturesque seaside community located in British Columbia, Canada. Its stunning natural beauty, quaint village atmosphere, and rich cultural heritage make it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Visitors can explore the many parks, beaches, and trails that offer breathtaking views of the ocean, mountains, and forests. The village is home to a wide assortment of charming shops, cafes, restaurants, and a thriving arts scene. Oak Bay also boasts a rich history, with numerous heritage buildings and museums that showcase the area's past. Additionally, the community is known for its excellent schools, friendly residents, and high quality of life.

About the Gulf Islands

Nestled within the serene waters of British Columbia's coastline, the Gulf Islands offer boating enthusiasts an unparalleled maritime experience. Situated between Vancouver Island and the mainland, this archipelago is a maritime haven celebrated for its breathtaking natural landscapes and tranquil waters.

The Gulf Islands, characterized by their rugged shorelines, lush forests, and diverse wildlife, comprise over 200 islands, each with its own unique charm. Boaters are drawn to these waters not only for their stunning vistas but also for the diverse range of activities they offer. From leisurely sailing and cruising to exhilarating kayaking, the Gulf Islands present a playground for seafaring adventurers of all levels.

About Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island is the largest island on the west coast of North America, located in the province of British Columbia, Canada. The island is known for its stunning natural beauty, rugged coastline, old-growth forests, and abundant wildlife. It is also home to diverse communities, from the bustling city of Victoria to small coastal towns. Vancouver Island offers a range of outdoor activities, including hiking, kayaking, surfing, and whale watching. And for those who prefer a less action-filled lifestyle, the Island offers world-renowned dining options, wine tours, lively breweries, artisanal boutiques, transcendent spas, and more. It’s little wonder so many who come for a visit never end up leaving.

We acknowledge and respect that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Coast and Straits Salish Peoples. Specifically, we recognize the Lekwungen peoples known today as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations whose historical relationship to the land continues to this day.
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