2018 TimberWest Campsite Photo Contest

2018 TimberWest Campsite Photo Contest

Nanaimo, BC: TimberWest is pleased to announce the 2018 TimberWest Campsite Photo Contest, on now until August 24th. Outdoor adventurers photographing their summer camping moments, have the chance to win one of two 14-day camping passes at any of the eight TimberWest...
Respect the fire ban. Respect the forest.

Respect the fire ban. Respect the forest.

There is not much that can compare with a summer spent on Vancouver Island, we are fortunate to have oceans and lakes, and forests to explore and enjoy. The Island is also a leading tourist destination hosting people from all over the world who want to adventure in...
Iconic BC Bike Race signs two-year access agreement with TimberWest

Iconic BC Bike Race signs two-year access agreement with TimberWest

Nanaimo: Today, BC Bike Race (BCBR) and TimberWest signed a two-year access agreement giving BCBR licence to host their annual international mountain biking event on TimberWest’s working-forest in the Cumberland area. For the past twelve years, the BCBR has hosted a...
TimberWest Publishes Sustainability Progress Report

TimberWest Publishes Sustainability Progress Report

Vancouver: Today, TimberWest released its 2017 Sustainability Progress Report setting out results for the past year, together with commitments and areas of focus for 2018. The Report focuses on progress in key areas of sustainability including Safety, Environment,...
TimberWest: Call for Artists – First Nation Cultural Art Showcase

TimberWest: Call for Artists – First Nation Cultural Art Showcase

TimberWest is once again hosting the First Nation Cultural Art Showcase Program, and we are looking for three artists to represent one of each of the three major language groups on Vancouver Island. The opportunity includes: 8-12 pieces of commissioned art work. A two...
The Garden of Spiritual Healing: In Memory of Chief David Bob

The Garden of Spiritual Healing: In Memory of Chief David Bob

The Snaw-naw-as mustimuxw who reside in Nanoose Bay, BC, are reaching back to their ancestral roots through the development of a Garden of Spiritual Healing; which is being constructed in memory of the late Chief David Bob. In the Coast Salish way of life there lies a...

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