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Dirty Feet North Face Trail Race – Kamloops

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

dirty feet 1A re-print from Dirty Feet Website

Trail Running event details: September 27th Kamloops
Registration is now open. Click Here to Register.

This trail run is located on the beautiful trails in Kenna Cartwright Park in Kamloops BC and includes 5km, 10km and 21km courses. Offering a distance for all abillities so grab your shoes and sign up for a distance that suits you. Make sure to stick around for the awesome draw prizes from our great sponsors!! Click here for directions.


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Labour Day and Putting the ‘Accent’ on Sales

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

labour day 2Labour Day was declared a national holiday in 1894 by Prime Minister Sir John Thompson. The inspiration was initially a strike in the printing industry in Toronto two years earlier, where workers demanded a shorter working week. Marches, or parades, to support the strikers became an annual demonstration of solidarity in many cities across Canada, pressurizing the prime minister to recognize it as a national holiday. (more…)


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Arthritis is a Monster

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

Arthritis SocietyNot only is it a monster, but an invisible one.

September is Arthritis Awareness Month and #ArthritisIsAMonster is The Arthritis Society, BC & Yukon Division’s new awareness campaign – thanks for noticing!  Accent Inns and The Arthritis Society, BC & Yukon Division are community partners, and we want to do everything we can to expose the monster through the #ArthritisIsAMonster awareness campaign. (more…)


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Top 5 Reasons to Travel in September

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

happy fallI think my favourite month of the year to travel in B.C. is September – it’s the perfect month and here’s why: (more…)


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Movies Near Accent Inn locations In British Columbia

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

hately castleI was thinking the other day about all the movies that have been made in B.C. At the time I was watching the Disney made-for-TV movie The Descendants, which was shot in Victoria and excited to see scenes shot inside and outside Hatley Castle at Royal Roads University, where I used to work. Hatley Castle has been used as a location for over 20 movies and television programs including recent Netflix favourites Witches of East End, and The Killing. (more…)


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It’s About How To Travel!

Tuesday, August 11th, 2015

planes train textI was writing a recent blog post on movies shot on location in B.C. and for some inexplicable reason the 1987 movie Planes, Trains and Automobiles came to mind. The one, starring Steve Martin and John Candy, where Martin, an advertising executive travelling home for Thanksgiving, gets bumped from first class to coach and has to sit next to and over-friendly, over-helpful, shower curtain ring salesmen played by Candy. Travel chaos ensues. (more…)


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World Class Wine Touring

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

wine-kelownaAs a food, wine and travel writer I’ve done my share of touring wineries, not just in North America but across Europe too and I can assure readers that the Okanagan Valley stacks up against the best in the world when it comes to a wine touring paradise. (more…)


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ALS Cycle of Hope Awareness Journey 2015

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015

als 2015A copy of the ALS Cycle of Hope  – Press Release

The ALS Cycle of Hope was founded four years ago by Cindy Lister. Personally affected by ALS, Lister lost her dad to this devastating disease. Propelled to support other families going through this difficult journey, Lister along with co-founder Robin Farell and a group of 12 cyclists, ride across BC on a seven day cycling trip to raise money and awareness for ALS. Their mission is to raise $80,000 for ALS research and services. (more…)


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Happy BC Pioneers Day!

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

BC DayYes, you heard us right, BC Pioneer’s Day! Did you know that the British Columbia Day Act was first introduced to the Legislative Assembly in 1974, with the aim of the Bill to create a statutory holiday to recognize the pioneers in the province? You learn something new every day. (more…)


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7 Tips for Travelling with Grandparents

Friday, July 24th, 2015

Terry farmer's Grandkids helping Granpa to load carI don’t remember any trips with my own grandparents, but now I’m at that stage of my life where I have grandchildren and the topic of going on a multi-generational vacation is in the air. In fact just last week, my wife and I visited our son and his family in Whistler where he recently moved. Although we were only there for three nights, it had a mini-vacation feel about it as we took in the sights as a family. (more…)


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