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    Bryon Grove Dreamstime.com

    Boating in Bad Weather: What You Need to Know

    Fair skies and winds are the ideal conditions to enjoy a day on the water. Unfortunately, the weather in any boating region never remains constant and determining the marine forecast and then deciding to resume with your plans is important for... Read more

    Sep 23, 2022

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    Kolby Milton

    Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

    Everything we love about the Shuswap - the clean water, beaches, and spending leisure time on a boat or dock is at risk due to small invasive freshwater species called zebra and quagga mussels... Read more

    Sep 17, 2022

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    Easy Build Structures

    Four-Season Boat Storage

    Purchasing a dry boat storage unit for your property may not be your first thought during the height of summer. However, given the constant warm temperatures from June to early September and the often harsh winters, it should be at least a... Read more

    Sep 6, 2022

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    Laura Szanto

    Two Family-Friendly Destinations in the Shuswap

    The Shuswap region is the perfect backdrop for family vacation fun in British Columbia. In addition to all the excitement on the water, don’t miss some of the region’s most enjoyable and unique attractions, The Enchanted Forest and Skytrek... Read more

    Aug 28, 2022

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    Cobalt Boats

    How to Prevent Boat Theft

    Like many regions in BC - from the Okanagan to Campbell River - the Shuswap is not immune to boat thefts. You don’t have to look very hard in the news to - unfortunately - read about recurring stolen watercraft, as well as engines, sterndrives,... Read more

    Aug 18, 2022

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    Destination BC Chun Lee

    The Return of the Sockeye

    There are salmon runs every fall on the Adams River but 2022 marks the dominant year when thousands of sockeye return to their spawning grounds in Tsútswecw (Roderick Haig-Brown) Provincial Park to end their four-year life cycle. Read more

    Aug 5, 2022

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    RCMSAR

    Water Safety and Serving the Shu

    A popular boating destination all year, the Shuswap is especially welcoming during the summer as residents and visitors alike enjoy unlimited water-related recreational activities. With so much accessible shoreline, the region is a hot spot for... Read more

    Aug 1, 2022

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