Christmas is a wonderful time of year, but it can be stressful trying to feed and gift everyone adequately. Luckily there are numerous businesses on Vancouver Island that can assist with helping you create the perfect Christmas, so everyone can enjoy it.
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School is out and it’s time to tackle those summer projects. The summer months can be busy with vacations and visitors. It’s a good time to hire a professional to finish your projects so you can relax and enjoy the sunshine. Continue reading
Radar Hill is proud to announce the launch of our 45th responsive website! And what better way to celebrate then with a vacation?! As a guest of Heathergate House you will always be superbly looked after – whether it’s a stay for two nights or two months.
The responsive design of Heathergate’s new vacation rental website offers guests easy access to their site for information and booking, no matter what device they are using! Continue reading
One Hour Cleaners are experts in dry cleaning and wet cleaning garments that cannot be dry-cleaned, bringing your garments to look like they are brand new! With over 30 years of experience in dry cleaning, and stain removal, you can feel safe when bringing even your most delicate clothing to their professionally-trained staff, which inspects every garment to ensure that quality is never compromised. Continue reading
For the past decade ITEM Ltd. has specialized in streetscape friendly LaneLight warning systems that are designed to target the tunnel vision of distracted drivers. Continue reading
For over 20 years, Darren Beasley has been a well-known fishing guide throughout the waters of Vancouver Island. His company, Beasley’s Fishing Charters, has marketed its services online for years, using a website that was designed about a decade ago. We were delighted when Darren came to us requesting a fresh redesign of his website with responsive capabilities. Continue reading
The Victoria Harbour Ferry Company was founded in 1990 with just two ferry boats. Today, they own and operate a fleet of 14 small 12 passenger ferries and two 40 passenger vessels. They have travelled over 60,000 kilometers a season in the harbour and complete over 90,000 stops a season in the harbour! Continue reading