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If you live in B.C., you're lucky enough to have a taste of island life without having to break the bank for expensive flights.

As summer draws to a close, there's still an opportunity to head to one of the many islands near B.C., located just off the coast of the mainland, that have sparkling blue water and soft, sandy beaches.

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Wildfires have been raging across parts of Canada in the last few weeks leading to evacuations across parts of B.C.

As a result of the wildfires, the Province of B.C. issued an emergency order asking visitors to avoid all non-essential travel to central interior and southeast B.C. on Saturday, August 19, 2023.

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British Columbia is known for its spectacular scenery with towering rainforests and beautiful beaches but if you want to experience this to the fullest, this spot just off the coast is a must-see.

Haida Gwaii, a chain of over 150 islands off the coast of British Columbia, is known as the 'Galápagos Of The North' because of its distinction as one of Canada's most unique geographical regions.

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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Two years ago I decided to pack up my life into boxes and move across the country from New Brunswick to Vancouver, somehow convincing my partner to get on board with the plan. Fast forward to now, and I'm packing it all up once again, but this time to move back home.

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If you live in B.C., there's no doubt that you will have seen hundreds of images of wildfires that are currently blazing across the province. However, if you have travel plans to visit the province over the summer, you may not be as familiar.

B.C. is known for its beautiful forests, mountains and lakes but while many people are keen to visit and get outdoors over the summer, the hotter and dryer weather also means there is a way higher risk of wildfires.

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