Category Archives: Vancouver Island

Items relating to Vancouver Island specifically.

July 19th Reading at Main Street Gallery in Tofino

For years, people have been telling me that Vancouver Island is Haunted. I tend to agree with them. That’s why I’ll be reading from The Haunting of Vancouver Island at the Main Street Gallery (located at Tofino Sea Kayaking) on … Continue reading

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The Haunting of Chesterman Beach

Chesterman Beach is a beautiful close-to-Tofino location everyone likes to surf and visit… While I was researching The Haunting of Vancouver Island I was told by a local woman she believed the beach was haunted. I included her comments in the … Continue reading

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My First Transmountain Pipeline Protest

On May 31st I went to Victoria to photograph–and participate in–a Transmountain Pipeline protest. I overheard a reporter saying there were 700 people. At its peak, there could have been 1000. The protest was in response to the controversial purchase/bailout of the Kinder … Continue reading

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March 31st Langford Signing: Happy Haunted Easter

Join Ian Gibbs and me at Coles Westshore in Langford on Saturday, March 31st from 12-2:00. Personally, I can’t think of a better way to welcome the spring season than by having this Happy Haunted Easter event.

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March 29th Nanaimo Reading: 6 Local Authors Event

I’ll be reading from The Haunting of Vancouver Island on March 29th at Well Read Books on Commercial Street in Nanaimo. The event starts at 5:30 and admission is $5. The poster says there will be “appies and juice” included. … Continue reading

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