Direct Art Gallery

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we are taking you to Direct Art Gallery to speak with John Westergard. John has emerged with the advancements in photographic technology to provide beautiful art in the community. To learn more about how John prints images, tune into the video and visit: https://www.directartinc.com    For all of your real …

North Island Nissan

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, we are at North Island Nissan speaking with Colin Woodside. After taking a “leap of faith”, Colin jumped into car sales 7 years ago after leaving the banking world. You will find Colin, and the team at Nissan, want to welcome you into their family by making sure they …

Patrons of the Art

This week’s Vancouver Island Vision takes you to the Anchor Inn to speak with Penny and Bev about Patrons of the Art. Bev has a vision of making the Anchor Inn the “art hotel of Campbell River”. Part of their project to is support artists by paying for their art to be displayed. To learn …

Spinners Sports

Vancouver Island Vision is taking you to Campbell River’s very own Spinners Sports this week. Spinners has been in business in Campbell River for 53 years now and is continuing to thrive in the community. This family owned business has reinvented itself over the years from a camping and hardware store to the now clothing …

Secrets of Asia Imports

This week’s Vancouver Island Vision brings us to Campbell River’s Secrets of Asia Imports. You will find Secrets of Asia, and all of its unique belongings, in the heart of downtown Campbell River.  Wendy started Secrets of Asia after visiting Asia and loving their style of decor. She then bought a number of belongings and …

Milwaukee Twin

This week on Vancouver Island Vision, Shannon visits Wayne at Milwaukee Twin. Wayne has been a certified motorcycle mechanic since roughly 1969. Along with a few others, Wayne was involved in developing the Motorcycle Maintenance Course in Ontario. Wayne has been working on Vancouver Island since 1981 where he began as a service manager in …

The Beehive Café

The Beehive Café originally opened in 1918 as an ice cream parlor, pool hall and saloon. Today, we have a pastry chef with over 30 years’ experience serving amazing food for the people of Campbell River. Currently, the Beehive is operating under Covid19 restrictions with limited seating and take-out options. You can find premade sandwiches, …