Dr. Jayne Seagrave

With the unique combination of being a best-selling travel writer, successful international entrepreneur and extensively published academic, Dr Jayne Seagrave is an eclectic women who has a wealth of experience and talents in a number of areas. Her infectious personal attributes coupled with energy, enthusiasm, joie de vive and desire to convey her knowledge and experience to others has resulted in a diverse career. Although primarily an entrepreneur, Jayne is probably best known as a travel writer with extensive expertise on camping in Western Canada and on women’s solo travel. Her primary employment is as Marketing Director for the Vancouver Tool Corporation, a company she established with her partner over twenty-five years ago. Vancouver Tool has successfully managed to market and sell a number of its patented inventions for the home improvement industry. Over 40 million of their tools have been sold worldwide, making them a highly successful small business. In 2021 she diversified again and wrote her first work of first work of fiction.

Visit: http://www.jayneseagrave.com

Visit: http://www.vancouvertool.com


  • Introduction to Policing in Canada (1997, Toronto: Pearson Canada)
  • The Best Camping Adventures Southwestern BC and Vancouver Island (1998, Vancouver: Heritage House Publishing)
  • Best Camping Adventures Northern, Central and Southwestern BC (1999, Vancouver: Heritage House Publishing)
  • Camping With Kids (2004, Vancouver: Heritage House Publishing)
  • From the Mind to the Marketplace; The Story of an Inventor, The Home Improvement Industry, His Wife and Her Lovers (2005, Vancouver: Heritage House Publishing)
  • Camping With Kids in the West (2015, Vancouver: Heritage House Publishing)
  • Time To Take Flight: The Savvy Women’s Guide to Safe Solo Travel (2017, Victoria: Touchwood Editions)
  • All the World’s a Stage: The Story of Vancouver’s Bard on the Beach (2017, Vancouver: Heritage House Publishing)
  • Camping British Columbia the Rockies and Yukon. 9th edition. (2022, Vancouver: Heritage House Publishing)