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General News · 10th December 2018
Om
We are pleased to announce ferry cams have been installed in Heriot Bay and Whaletown for your viewing pleasure. Check out our website at https://twincomm.ca/webcams/ Thank you BC Ferries for helping to make this happen for our community.

Please feel free to contact us with any question or concerns. 1.866.446.6004 or by email supporttwincomm.ca

Editor's Note: There is a permanent link on the top right hand side (ferry image) where you can find the new Whaletown & Heriot Bay link to the webcams as well as the QCove & Campbell River link to those webcams.
1984
Comment by michel on 29th December 2018
1984 they used to have secret police now everyone just volunteers info and cameras Stalin must be laughing his head off... webcams and facebook why didn't I think of that!
Thanks
Comment by Paul Ryan on 11th December 2018
You might want to thank BC Ferries and your FAC for this as well! We've been working on this for over 3 years!
Fabulous!
Comment by Becky Knutson on 11th December 2018
Thank you, Om and TwinComm! Much appreciated!
Camera Refresh Times
Comment by Om on 11th December 2018
Hi Jack

The images are in real-time and are updated the moment you load the page or press the refresh button.

If images are showing as blank or white boxes it is likely due to them being offline because of a power outage(currently happening for the whaletown cameras).
Good work, Om
Comment by Jack Wills on 10th December 2018
And Thank you Twincomm.
Can you tell us how often the images update?
the text in upper left of the photos is too small to read easily.
Thanks for getting this accomplished in those time constrained days before you departed.
Wonderful
Comment by Rick Easton on 10th December 2018
Thank you Twincomm. What a wonderful gift to the community.