Journal Pioneer gets around British Columbia with Howards and Hickeys


Published on March 6, 2017

The Journal Pioneer travelled to Vancouver, B.C., in February with June and Paul Howard of Clinton, P.E.I., and Myles and Cheryl Hickey of Darnley. The foursome took the newspaper across the award-winning Capilano Suspension Bridge, one of Greater Vancouver’s top attractions.

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The Journal Pioneer travelled to Vancouver, B.C., in February with June and Paul Howard of Clinton, P.E.I., and Myles and Cheryl Hickey of Darnley.

The foursome took the newspaper across the award-winning Capilano Suspension Bridge, one of Greater Vancouver’s top attractions.

Originally built in 1889, the crossing is a 137-metre swaying bridge and is suspended 70 metres above Capilano River in North Vancouver.

Planning to travel to an exotic destination? Take along the Journal Pioneer and send us a photo of you reading the paper there, or have it cleverly placed somewhere in the photo. The photo should show people with beautiful scenery or a famous landmark, rather than a sign or hotel wall, in the background.

Send the photos via email to darlene.shea@tc.tc and include names of the people in the photo and the community where they live.