See you at the BC Highland Games, June 15th - LaFarge Lake Park, Coquitlam.
Manitoba, Canada - official tartan.
(Public domain image, Mr Absurd; Wikipedia.)
Take the Skytrain.
Lots of activities and things to see.
More info: https://bchighlandgames.com
Here's a British Columbia Scottish snippet from my paper research files.
Mick McMillan was "still able to dance the Highland reels as of old" on his 95th birthday, according to this Vancouver Sun report. Mick was originally from South Uist, Scotland, had come to BC about 50 years before and farmed in Glen Valley (Langley area) until his retirement in 1924.
His birthday was celebrated at D. Johnston's home in Vancouver, possibly the Duncan Johnson who played the pipes at the party.
Vancouver Sun, 21 September, 1929, page 1.
I've used the Manitoba tartan here to celebrate my Scottish maternal and paternal immigrants, who emigrated to Canada and whose descendants ended up in Manitoba, and later British Columbia.
Manitoba's tartan, designed in 1962 by Hugh Kirkwood Rankine, was officially adopted that year. The red refers to the Red River Colony, and the blue, to the Clan Douglas tartan. The green lines represent the many peoples of Manitoba, and the gold represents the importance of the province's agricultural history.