Vancouver Island


Vancouver Island stretches over 450 kms north to south and is the largest island off the west coast of North America.  Vancouver Island is home to the mildest climate, mountains, and valleys.  Vancouver Island is also home to many logging towns, fishing villages, artisan communities and First Nations centres.   With a very diverse ecosystem including rainforests, marshes, meadows, beaches, mountains, oceans, rivers and lakes, the island is one of the best locations for sport fishing, bird and whale watching due to the vast unspoiled wilderness, parks and nature reserves.

          

The Vancouver Island Chapter is the newest chapter of the CACCN!  The chapter was established in March 2013 and we look forward to welcoming new and renewing members to this vibrant chapter.  The Vancouver Island Chapter will be supporting continuing education for its members.


Vancouver Island Chapter Executive

  • Natalie Betanzo, President
  • Ryanna Salvador, Vice-President
  • Alicia Larkey, Secretary
  • Tricia Curtis, Treasurer

Contact the Vancouver Island Chapter at vancouverisland@caccn.ca


Photo Credits:  Mountains, Gardens, Whale