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Who Let The Dogs In?

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

dog day of summerCalling All Dog Lovers.

Sit!
Stay!
Play Ball!

The C’s Dog Day of Summer will host activities to keep your pooch active and entertained, all while giving fans the chance to enjoy Canadian baseball at it’s finest. (more…)

 

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5 Ways to Keep Fit and Healthy When Travelling

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Victoria fitness room (2)I’m the world’s worst when travelling with regard to keeping fit, especially if I’m flying. I get stressed, which leads me to drink more alcohol and eat more food. If there’s a delay I get bored and what do I do? Eat! It’s like the health and fitness God’s are against me. As for exercise, I do tend to walk a lot and carrying those bags is like lifting weights isn’t it? (more…)

 

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Local Beaches and Sunscreen

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

Sunscreen-and-Sunglasses-on-the-BeachHere in BC we’re experiencing unbelievably good weather – the sun keeps shining and the record high temperatures continue to set record highs. (more…)

 

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Canadian National Cycling Championships Team Announced

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

accent hays bike teamThe Accent Inns/Russ Hay’s Cycling Team p/b Scotiabank announced its team for the 2015 Canadian National Cycling Championships to take place in St. Georges, Quebec from June 25-28. (more…)

 

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Celebrate National Aboriginal Day

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

aboriginal photoAccent Inns is pleased to see Tsawout First Nation and the W̱SÁNEĆ Nations elders from across BC, Alberta, the Yukon and Washington gathering in Victoria, BC in July to reconnect, socialize and celebrate their culture and history. We hope those attending enjoy Victoria and manage to explore our wonderful city and discover its many attractions. (more…)

 

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Westcoast Motorcycle Ride to Live

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

photo 2I was at an Accent Inns hotel recently and saw some pretty skookum motorcycles parked outside; a Harley, a BMW and a Honda Gold Wing; it took me back more than 45-years to when I owned an AJS 250cc – a beast of a bike. (more…)

 

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Big Weekend for Accent Inns Victoria

Friday, June 5th, 2015

pedal to the metalThis weekend in June is one of the biggest for the local Victoria hotel chain.Baseball Day in Duncan

Sunday June 7th we will be awarding the “Accent Inns Cup” which goes to the winner of the Kelowna Falcons vs Victoria Harbourcats baseball club. The teams begin their seasons with a 3 game series at the home of the Harbourcats, Victoria BC. As Accent Inns has hotels in both Victoria and Kelowna this is the perfect rivalry for us. The winner of the series will take home the trophy to display all season for the other teams to admire. (more…)

 

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5 Amazing Things To Do In BC This Spring

Friday, May 29th, 2015

Butchart-Gardens-springI was thinking the other day how great the weather was this year. That led me to consider the five things I’d like to do most close to home, here in British Columbia. My list surprised me and I’m pretty sure I won’t get the chance to do all five this year, but I’m determined to do at least one or two, and pick up the rest next year. Of course by then I’ll have another five, or more, to add to the list, after all BC is truly one of the most amazing and special places in the world. (more…)

 

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Chuck-A-Duck with Accent Inns and ALS Cycle of Hope

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

harbour cats logo05/24/2015 3:19 PM –

PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 25, 2015

VICTORIA, B.C. – The tremendous people who own and operate the Accent Inns chain that is so well-known and respected around the province certainly know what sport Lou Gehrig played.

They also know what claimed Gehrig’s baseball career, and his life, far too soon – ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). (more…)

 

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Bike The Kettle Valley Railway Trestles

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015
Sign at Midway, where the Kettle Valley Railway started. Heading east from here was the Columbia & Western Railway. Both lines became part of the CPR and today form part of the Trans Canada Trail.

Sign at Midway, where the Kettle Valley Railway started. Heading east from here was the Columbia & Western Railway. Both lines became part of the CPR and today form part of the Trans Canada Trail.

They aren’t visible from town, but up in the hills just eight kilometers south of downtown Kelowna BC’s cafes and bars along busy Bernard Street are the famed Myra Canyon trestles, an amazing part of Okanagan history still attracting thousands of people. (more…)

 

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