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Campbell River

Cam​pbell River is a scenic, oceanfront community on the east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. A young and vibrant community, Campbell River is framed by extensive waterfront, west coast forests and the snowcapped mountains of Strathcona Provincial Park. 

Campbell River, the fourth largest city on Vancouver Island, has about 32,000 residents. Our community boasts recreational activities such as skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, golf, and endless opportunities to view natural wildlife.


Although, in the fall and winter months it does get a lot of rain and wind, Campbell River enjoys a mild climate - it never gets too hot or too cold.

 

Learn more about Campbell River.

To learn about public transportation in Campbell River visit BC Transit.

 

​Life in Canada 

Canada enjoys a high standard of living, excellent public infrastructure, a highly educated and skilled labour force, and a world-class educational system. 

Canada is known for its tolerance, respect of human rights, and social justice. A respect for human rights and personal freedom is deeply held and both are constitutionally mandated in Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms. These laws say that no one can be discriminated against because of their race / colour, country of origin, ethnic heritage, gender, age, mental or physical disabilities. 

Canadians are very hospitable, welcoming people. With a rich history of immigration, Canada is a multicultural society. In fact, most people in Canada come from immigrant backgrounds; with the exception of our aboriginal peoples - we are all immigrants to this place. The majority of Canadians are very tolerant and follow a "live and let live" philosophy. 

Canadians believe strongly in equality. While it is important to show respect to adults, everyone is expected to work together and within the Canadian school system no one person is more important than another. 

Surrounded by natural beauty, Canadians tend to be environmentally conscious and believe in a healthy lifestyle that balances work and play.

 

To learn more about studying in British Columbia visit International Public School Education Association (IPSEA).

To learn more about studying in Canada visit The Canadian Association of Public Schools - International (CAPS-I).

To learn more about life in British Columbia visit WelcomeBC.

 

Videos:

Campbell River YVR Video

Campbell River... My Home

One Day of My Exchange - Made by Rotary Exchange Student Milosz Szablowski

Teen Flight - Made by Rotary Exchange Student Milosz Szablowski ​​

Campbell River The Kingdom of Abundance - Made by Rotary Exchange Student Milosz Szablowski ​​