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  1. We are trying to decide where to stay in Canada as we do not have anywhere we must go and think we narrowed it down to Okanagan area or Vancouver Island (also included on our list was Braggs Creek and Canmore). Can anyone provide some pros/cons for both areas if you’ve maybe moved to the Island from Okanagan (or other way around) and say why? We’re flying over towards end of March and wanted to drive from Calgary to Vancouver Island but seems with the snow that time of year in the Rockies it might be risky given we have to get used to driving in CA and have 3 small kids. Any info or advice welcome!! Thanx 😃
  2. My family is organizing a trip to Vancouver to see what it is like as we are considering immigrating. We currently live in a small town (coastal town) with farming areas around it, outside of Cape Town called Melkbosstrand. We like peace, quiet and nature. Could anyone tell us if there are any areas similar to this within one hour of Vancouver? We just want to have an idea about residential areas and where to look. Thank you!