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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!

Exploring The Big Muddy Badlands & Castle Butte

Over the years I’ve become quite good at explaining to others what Saskatchewan looks like. It’s more than just 7 hours across and a whole bunch of farmland. If you take the time to get off Highway 1 you’ll find yourself in one of the most unique and beautiful provinces in Canada. Case and point, […]

Sunday Canadian Travel Video – Dorset Tower Time Lapse in Ontario

Ontario blew my mind. Those four words have been repeated countless times in the last week. I’ve been editing photos, video, and squeezing in writing as often as I can in order to show everyone what exactly I mean by that. I finally managed to find time to quickly edit this time lapse video of […]

Moose Network Bus Tours Canada

Interview with a Moose Network Travel Guide

I recently had the opportunity to sit down for a couple Red Beers (Clamato + Beer, wuddup!) with Rachel Huber, one of Moose Networks Canadian Travel Guides. She agreed to answer a few questions about what she does and offer up some tips for backpackers interested in traveling Canada. I should also mention that I’ve […]

Terra Bus - Jasper

Roaming on the tip of a Glacier at the Columbia Ice fields

Driving through the Rockies in the warm Canadian summer, it can become all too familiar to see snow & ice, to the point where it becomes as habitual as seeing the clouds surrounding these gargantuan mountains. However, making contact with snow can be rather difficult, as it’s typically a couple thousand feet too far out […]

Canadian Lake Monster - Ogopogo

Ogopogo – The Canadian Lake Monster

Hidden deep within the chilly waters of Lake Okanagan, something lurks. Something big, something nasty, something…Jurassic. Or at least that’s what many in the area believe. Despite the lack of scientific evidence to back up these unique stories and sightings, people continue to gather around Lake Okanagan hoping to catch a glimpse of this ancient […]

Elmer Lach

Finding Family & Stanley in The Hockey Hall of Fame

Walking into the Hockey Hall of Fame, located in downtown Toronto, I couldn’t help but smile as I saw groups of fathers and sons explore the depths of this cavern of accomplishments. Bottom lit displays trumped the corner of every room. Childrens eyes lit up at the sight of jerseys worn by the titans of […]