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Each city in Canada has it’s own version of sightseeing. That could be a gentle hike, a sea kayak through the bays, or a slow drive through some of the best highway stretches. Canada has lots to see, and even more to be sighted!

Ottawa Celebrates Canada’s 145th Birthday [Photo Essay]

On Parliament Hill, thousands gathered to celebrate the birth of Canada. Flags were raised high, red & white was plastered on everything and everyone, and rowdy screams declaring their love for this country filled the streets. Musicians performed on every other corner, patios herded thirsty customers in and the free events at Confederation Park, Major’s […]

Remembering the Victims of the Titanic in Halifax Nova Scotia

100 Years ago the Titanic hit an iceberg that caused the deaths of  over 1,500 lives. While many seem to only remember the event through the romantic movie, friends and family of victims, survivors, and rescuers continue to honour the event, and with it being the 100th anniversary many history lovers found themselves in a […]

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Horseback Riding in Prince Albert National Park with Sturgeon River Ranch [Photo Essay]

If you’re from Saskatchewan, chances are there’s a little cowboy running through your blood. Be it the whimsical nature that we seem to have when it comes to long road trips (ie “It’s only an 8 hour drive, easy as pie!), or the general love affair most prairie folk seem to have with country music. […]

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Relax in the Little Resort Town of Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan

In the 1800′s, First nations tribes were being wiped out at an alarming rate by the european settlers. War, disease, and famine were tearing apart an entire civilization. For most of those who came down with smallpox, death followed soon thereafter. However, there were exceptions. According to the local stories, there was once an Assiniboine […]

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Chasing Prairie Skyscrapers across the flatlands of Saskatchewan [Photo Essay]

The dry, arid winds of Saskatchewan hammer against my left arm. My hand is curved into a wing-like shape as I hang my forearm out the driver’s side window. I entertain myself with the magic of lift. It’s late September and I’m watching the yellow dashed lines extend into the horizon. The highway is empty and the […]