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Vancouver Island

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Cities: moved cities to region pages, cut cities to 9
*[[Port Renfrew]] - A 2 hour scenic drive from Victoria on the West Coast of Vancouver Island, Port Renfrew is a small west coast community originally built by logging and fishing. It is situated along 150 miles of rugged uninhabited coastline.
*[[Nanaimo]] - The second largest city, and largest port on Vancouver island.
*[[Port Alberni]] - Developed as a major forest industry town and a service town for the fishing industry, today it is a popular salmon fishing destination.
*[[Tofino]] - Ecotourism center on the beautiful (if wet) west coast of the island. The main attraction is Long Beach which is part of Pacific Rim National Park.
*[[Courtenay]]/[[Comox]] - The gateway to Mt Washington, [[Strathcona Provincial Park]] and some spectacular fishing. These two towns are a beautiful place to visit in summer and winter.
*[[Campbell River]] - A salmon fishing destination.
*Cowichan Bay [http://www.cowichanbay.com/] - A pretty little sea-side village.
*[[Galiano Island]]
*[[Port Hardy]] - Small logging town on the North tip of the island, gateway to [[Cape Scott Provincial Park]].
*[[Ucluelet]] - Small town on the west coast of Vancouver Island, service center for the fishing industry.
*[[Duncan (British Columbia)|Duncan]] - Agricultural town between Victoria and Nanaimo, home of the world's largest hockey stick.
*[[Saanich]] - A major suburb of Victoria, and a significant agricultural center.
*[[Telegraph Cove]] - Voted one of the ten best "towns" in Canada to visit by travel writers (as published in Harrowsmith Magazine.
*[[Chemainus]] - 10 minutes north of Duncan; known for it's tourist attracting murals, plenty of tourist shops and a world-class playhouse.
*[[Ladysmith (British Columbia)|Ladysmith]] - 20 minutes south of Nanaimo, tourist town, many shops down main street. Heritage town with restored buildings and beautiful Transfer Beach. Known for its annual Festival of Lights during the third week in November. Also voted one of the top ten "towns" in Canada as published by Harrowsmith Magazine.
==Other destinations==
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