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 […]
As you may or may not have noticed, iBackpack Canada has been getting overhauled. I changed the layout to a more modern theme, which will allow me to provide more content in less space. I’ve also been implementing a few new sections to the website. Including ‘Listen Up!’ – Which is a section dedicated to […]
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
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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.
My name is Corbin, I’m a 20-something guy from the flatlands of Canada, known to most as Saskatchewan. Despite being one of the tougher provinces to spell, it’s not such a bad place to grow up. My family has a huge farm just North of Regina, where we have cattle, a few horses, and thousands […]