Victoria is the capital of British Columbia. The city is the most heavily populated area on Vancouver Island, boasting of more than 365,000 residents in the Greater Victoria area. Victoria is only accessed via plane or ferry boat, as there are no bridges connecting the island to the Canadian Mainland or Washington State. Victoria has a heavy naval presence, and a culture with a mix of new world innovation combined with Old England.
To learn more about Victoria and Vancouver Island, please visit the Tourism Victoria Website.
Victoria has something for everyone! There's so much to do and see, it's just a matter of choosing. Whether you're strolling along the causeway in the Inner Harbour, visiting the Royal BC Musuem, having tea at the iconic Empress Hotel, enjoying a whale watching adventure, indulging in the distinct West Coast cuisine or taking in a local theatre production, Victoria's attractions add up to a trip to remember. Tourism Victoria has a complete listing of things to do while you're in Victoria!
Wilson’s Transportation Ltd is a locally-owned and operated charter bus company serving Victoria and Vancouver Island. In operation since 1962, they are a trusted provider known for their exceptional service, transporting groups large and small from one destination to another safely and on time.
Wilson's Transportation is the official transportation partner of the Victoria HarbourCats.
To charter a Wilson's Transportation coach for your group, contact 250-475-3235 or toll-free at 1-800-567-3288.
The Tally Ho is located near downtown Victoria and is the official host for our visiting teams. With several on site amenities, including an outdoor pool with patio, pet friendly accommodation, and a business center, we promise you'll feel right at home at the Tally Ho!
Located throughout the Pacific Northwest, the West Coast League is one of the premier collegiate summer leagues in the North America and is known as the "Diamond Standard" of summer collegiate baseball .
The markets are located throughout Oregon, Washington and British Columbia feature intimate ballparks and great crowds, and showcase players from the top programs in Canada and the United States.
Mission Statement: The West Coast League is a summer wood bat league for college-eligible student-athletes, based in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. It emphasizes accelerating prospect development, increasing player exposure, and bettering its member communities. This is established through providing quality leadership, best-in-class competition, and affordable entertainment in an environment that fosters organization, professionalism, and competition.
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Bend, OR 97702
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The Bellingham Bells are pleased to announce that the City of Bellingham and the Bellingham Bells will host the 2015 West Coast League (WCL) All-Star Game. This will be the eighth All-Star game in the league’s history with the most recent games having been held in Klamath Falls, Ore. (2014), Victoria, B.C. (2013) and Walla Walla (2012).
“We are excited to have Bellingham as the host of the 2015 All-Star Game,” West Coast League president Dennis Koho said. “As a community, Bellingham has continued to embrace college summer league baseball each and every year, and has proved that they are up to the challenge of hosting this very special event.”
The All-Star Game will feature top talent from the West Coast League, which consists of 12 teams in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. Bellingham will play host to the entire weekend of all-star festivities, including a home-run derby.
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