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Budd, Robert. Echoes of British Columbia: Voices from the Frontier. Madeira Park, BC: Harbour Publishing, 2014. 224 pp. 9781550176780.


Books and Chapters in Books history tourism

Budke, Isabel. “Aboriginal Tourism in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve: A Framework for Cooperation.” MRM thesis. Simon Fraser University, 2000. https://bac-lac.on.worldcat.org/oclc/1006675971.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects Indigenous resource and environmental management tourism

Cameron, Aaron, and Matt Gunn. Hikes Around Invermere and the Columbia River Valley. Surrey: Rocky Mountain Books, 2009. 208 pp. 9781897522516.


Books and Chapters in Books environmental studies tourism

Cameron, June. 26 Feet to the Charlottes: Exploring the Land of the Haida. Surrey: Heritage House, 2009. 240 pp. 9781894974615.


Books and Chapters in Books environmental studies Indigenous memoir tourism

Campbell, Betty. Around Victoria and Vancouver Island. updated edition, Victoria: Campbell's Publishing Company, 1983.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Campbell, Betty. Victoria in your pocket. Victoria: Campbell's Publishing Company, 1983.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Campbell, Colin. Southern Cariboo. 2nd ed, Vancouver: Rocky Mountain Books, 2009. 141 pp. 9781897522448.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Cannings, Richard. Roadside Nature Tours through the Okanagan. Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2009. 224 pp. 9781553652885.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Carter, Laurie. Emily Carr's B.C.: Book One, Vancouver Island, from Victoria to Quatsino: A Travel Companion. West Kelowna, BC: Little White Publishing, 2015. 299 pp. 9781927878019.


Books and Chapters in Books history tourism

Cheadle, Chris. Canada’s West Coast. Victoria: Heritage House, 2008. 127 pp. 9781894974585.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Cheadle, Chris. Portrait of Greater Victoria and Southern Vancouver Island. Surrey: Heritage House, 2009. 64 pp. 9781894974950.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Christie, Jack. 52 Best Day Trips from Vancouver. Rev. ed, Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2007. 288 pp. 9781553653011.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Christie, Jack. 52 Best Day Trips From Vancouver. Rev. and updated ed, Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2007. 288 pp. 9781553653011.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Christie, Jack. The Whistler Book: An All-Season Outdoor Guide. Rev. ed, Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2009. 263 pp. 9781553654476.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Coffey, Maria. “Harmonious Sointula,” British Columbia Magazine 51, no. 1 (2009): 22-25.


Journal Articles history tourism

Connell, David J., John Hall, and John Shultis. “Ecotourism and Forestry: A Study of Tension in a Peripheral Region of British Columbia, Canada,” Journal of Ecotourism 2, no. 16 (2017): 169–89, https://doi.org/10.1080/14724049.2016.1255221.


Journal Articles forestry tourism

Converse, Cathy. Following the Curve of Time: The Legendary M. Wylie Blanchet. Victoria: TouchWood Editions, 2008. 208 pp. 9781894898683.


Books and Chapters in Books biography gender history tourism

Cooke, Lisa. “Carving ‘Turns’ and Unsettling the Ground under Our Feet (and Skis): A Reading of Sun Peaks Resort as a Settler Colonial Moral Terrain,” Tourist Studies 1, no. 17 (2017): 36–53.


Journal Articles settler colonialism tourism

Copeland, Kathy. Whistler: The 10 Premier Hikes. Done in a Day, Canmore: hikingcamping.com, 2007. 138 pp. 9780973509977.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Couper, Jim. The Long and Winding Road: Discovering the Pleasures and Treasures of Highway 97. Surrey: Heritage House, 2006. 207 pp. 1894974123.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Cowan, Shannon, and Lissa Cowan. Hiking Vancouver Island: A Guide to Vancouver Island's Greatest Hiking Adventures. A Falcon Guide, Guilford, Conn: Falcon, 2003. 232 pp. 00762723505.


Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Crompton, Greg. “A group of elephants once stampeded through Cranbrook” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJDq_u6mGKA&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=30.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg. “B.C. train robber Bill Miner, the "Gentleman Bandit"” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9iQ2DxaYRw&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=26.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg. “B.C.'s first ridesharing company was a stagecoach line” (2020) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1H7ku914mI&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=4.


Audiovisual Materials history Pre-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg. “Bombings and peace, the real story of B.C.'s Doukhabours” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eq6XZKNB_pI&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=24.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation religion tourism

Crompton, Greg. “Champagne, Cowboys and Citroen half tracks in Fort St John” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_TDG722P4M&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=21.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg. “One of the first flights over the B.C. Rockies” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egQxYs0QugE&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=25.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg. “Prince George's Mr PG was kidnapped and toured the world” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eoh0MLQqp0o&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=19.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg. “Prince George's Sandblast was once an awesome annual tradition” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnnjuHID1qY&list=PLjiAtBk7yDGgsKkxgzDXeQtgwINFMvzOT&index=3.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism

Crompton, Greg; Garrard, Jem. “John Candy starred in a fishing TV show nobody ever saw” (2019) BC was Awesome: Uncovering our curious History.


Audiovisual Materials history Post-Confederation tourism