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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.

The Sunday Canadian Travel Video: Across Canada in 2 Minutes

We’ve all had that weird feeling before, you know the one I’m talking about. You arrive at this new destination that you’ve been talking about for months, maybe even years. It could be a museum, a landmark, or a scenic drive. Then you see it. Chain stores, chain restaurantes, chain hotels, it’s like you can’t […]

12 Inspiring Tourism Videos on Canada

The other day I came across Travel Alberta’s incredible award-winning (Remember to Breathe) tourism video, which somehow or another brought me to browsing the videos of every provincial & territorial tourism board. It’s great to see how much thought and passion goes into each of these videos, and what better way to explore a location […]

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Horseback Riding in Prince Albert National Park with Sturgeon River Ranch

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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Sunday Canadian Travel Video: What is Canada to the United States of America?

There are few relationships that go as deep as those between America and Canada. Which is why I highly recommend if you’re going to be backpacking Canada, you’d be a fool not to consider backpacking America as well. I stumbled upon this video yesterday after spending a full day working through another weekend (Who does […]

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Chasing Prairie Skyscrapers across the flatlands of Saskatchewan

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 […]