Newfoundland & Labrador have recently released several videos displaying the beauty and wonder that it has to offer for those seeking to view the true Maritimes. Do yourself a favour and watch these videos, you may end up including it on your next travel in Canada. <object width=”425″ height=”344″><param name=”movie” value=”http://www.youtube.com/v/gE3OORLTAzM&hl=en&fs=1&”></param><param name=”allowFullScreen” value=”true”></param><param name=”allowscriptaccess” value=”always”></param><embed […]
In this section you’ll find a variety of different media that I share regularly. Primarily this area will be populated with Photo Essays, but every once in a while I’ll share some travel video, made by either me or found during browsing. I’m hoping to eventually share some more Canadian music here as well.
Roadtrip to Saskatoon to see ‘Eagles of Death Metal’ – Note: The ‘RoadPop’ found in cupholder is not the drivers.
Wintersleep – Weighty Ghost This weeks Canadian Music Light shines on “Wintersleep” – Their song writing skills improve with every album. A refreshing change to what you hear on the majority of Canadian Radio Stations. Wintersleep is well worth any ticket price. If you get a chance to see them, do so! You won’t regret […]
Mother Mother – O My Heart Based out of Vancouver BC, but originally from Quadra Island. Mother Mother released their first self titled EP independantly.. They played Virgin Festival in Vancouver in May 2007 and have gained a huge following. They have been touring relentlessly, and are definitely a band to watch out for. Their […]
Matt Mays & El Torpedo – City of Lakes Matt Mays is a roots rocker based out of Nova Scotia and New York City. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Matt Mays has become a well known act throughout Canada. His dynamic writing style and blues influenced sound has struck a chord with people all over the […]
After much consideration, and several alcoholic beverages, I decided to make the leap to WordPress. For those who don’t know, I was rocking the old “Blogger” system. Call me old fashioned. I can’t bash it that hard, it served its purpose, and the cost was by all means in my budget (free). However, I knew […]
A list of travel blogs and websites I frequently read. Each of which possess a unique look at the beauty of travel. If you’re interested in having your link displayed, contact me at webmaster (at) ibackpackcanada (dot) com
Anyone who’s lived or spent a significant time in Canada will be able to relate to these videos. Molson Canadian did a great job with them. I highly recommend you buy a cold Molson the next time you’re out for a drink, in honour of how awesome these videos are.