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LOVINA MILLER
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VIREB Regions 
The Vancouver Island Real Estate Board area includes some of the most spectacular wilderness in Canada, populated by an eclectic mix cities and towns.  It is one of the world’s most ecological diverse regions in the world, with abundant recreational opportunities. The Island’s beauty, and mild and temperate climate, has also long attracted artists and artisans. And with easy access to the Mainland and North American west coast by air and sea, the entire region offers huge economic opportunities. Come explore Vancouver Island north of the Malahat!
Campbell River & North Island
Located at the 50 th parallel on Desolation Sound, Campbell River has been known for more than 100 years as the “Salmon Capital of the World”. Today, the community is rapidly outgrowing its industrial roots and transforming itself into a service centre for northern Vancouver Island. The creative industries - including graphic arts and web design - are making a big impact and creating jobs and educational opportunities. Outdoor recreation still makes up much of the appeal of the area, and a thriving local arts scene adds a splash of culture. Small, rural and logging-based communities like Sayward, Port McNeill, Port Hardy and Sointula make up the northern part of Vancouver Island.
Parksville - Qualicum
Situated just north of Nanaimo, the city of Parksville and town of Qualicum Beach are best known for the their sandy beaches and quiet seaside living that attract tourists year round. The area’s best-known annual event, since 1982, is a sandcastle-building competition in the summer, dubbed "Parksville Beachfest". Beachfest is a World Championship Sand Sculpting official qualification event. Along with French Creek, Coombs/Hilliers, Errington and Nanoose the communities make up a region of the Island referred to as “Oceanside”. The area is popular with young families and retirees, who are attracted by the small-town living, recreational opportunities, and the proximity to Nanaimo.
Port Alberni - West Coast 
On the West Coast of Vancouver Island, the Pacific Ocean meets land to create Canada’s Pacific Rim. The region is 140 kilometres of rugged coastline, with land and marine terrain that attracts recreations seekers, tourists, and nature enthusiasts from around the world. Port Alberni is the geographic and economic hub of the region. Tofino, Ucluelet, and the resort hamlet of Bamfield offer a smaller community experience, with populations that swell in the summer tourist months. Despite a long history in the resource industry, the area is better known today for tourism, sports fishing, and its varied and talented group of artisans.
Nanaimo
Located 110 km northwest of Victoria, 55 km west of Vancouver via ferry, and at the mid-point of Vancouver Island, Nanaimo is very much a hub city. It is a growing business, arts and education centre, and the gateway to much of Vancouver Island. The city also attracts a wide range of residents, from young professionals and students pursuing post-secondary education to young families and retirees seeking city amenities in a rural setting. New investment and high-density development is transforming the downtown core into a truly urban environment. Nanaimo has something for everyone.
Cowichan Valley
Located on Southern Vancouver Island between the bustling cities of Victoria and Nanaimo, the Cowichan Valley has become well known for its charming communities, local cuisine, vibrant arts scene, and overall quality of life. Recreational opportunities abound, and agri-tourism is a booming industry. The Valley’s proximity to the cities of Nanaimo and Victoria make the Cowichan Valley a region of choice for young professional families and small businesses. And with 16 different communities to choose from, ranging from the city of Duncan to rural Youbou, there is a place for everyone in the Cowichan Valley.
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Comox Valley
Established in the 1860s as an agricultural settlement, the Comox Valley today is a culturally rich rural region attractive to anyone looking for an alternative to urban congestion. The Valley is made up of several independent cities, towns and unincorporated areas that range from highly developed suburban communities with established business districts to rural and agricultural-living. The entire region is a mecca for the outdoor enthusiast, and there are many music and arts festivals along with a legacy of dramatic and musical instruction in Valley high-schools. The Comox Valley International Airport gives residents easy access to Vancouver, and connects the entire region to the rest of North America.