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There’s so much room for activities in Canada! Adventure tours, outdoor camping, beach days, snowboarding, skiing, surfing, or experiencing some historical sight seeing. Read all about some of my favourite activities in Canada.

How to cook a meal in your hotel room

We’ve all been here at some point in our lives, stuck in an over priced hotel, grinding your teeth at the thought of having to spend more money on an expensive meal at a nearby restaurant. George Egg, a British comedian, demonstrates how to cook a meal in your hotel room. Suck on that over-priced […]

Best Surf Locations in Canada

People have a tendency to overlook Canada as a surfing location. It’s sometimes hard to associate good surf with cold water, some people scratch their head at that thought. But with wetsuit technology progressing faster than ever, the boundaries for cold water surfing are being pushed further by the day. If you’ve got an itch […]

Stop Polar Bear Hunting

Canada has a strange relationship with polar bears. We Canadians love the fact that we have them, we use them in everything from Company Logos, to Sporting teams, we proudly have them stamped on our Toonie, but for some reason the government of Canada thinks it’s okay to allow game hunter’s, particularly those from the […]

One Week – A true Canadian Travel movie

My good friends at the ThePlanetD.com reminded me to watch this movie. So after a week of heavy partying, I took the night off and watched One Week, starring Joshua Jackson (Dawsons Creek, Fringe). I was surprised how much I enjoyed it. If you’ve traveled anywhere in Canada you’ll find so many scenes you can […]

10 Foods you need you try with Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup, it’s about as delicious as it is Canadian. It has long been known for it’s many health benefits. Despite it’s sweet and mega delicious flavour, it has plenty to offer to do the body good. It’s a good source of zinc, along with manganese, which is a trace mineral that’s essential for a […]

10 Must Try Beers from Canada

It’s a known fact that when it comes to North American Beer, the best stuff comes from North of the Border. Not only is it better made, better tasting, it also has more kick than the beer you’ll find our good friends from the US of A drinking. Not to mention it stays cold longer, […]

Backpack Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton is often overlooked when backpacking through Alberta. Calgary has a tendency to be the safer choice, being much closer to Banff, and being right along the Trans Canada Highway. In the past, Edmonton has been the little brother trying to achieve what Calgary has. However, in recent years Edmonton is gradually shedding it’s title […]