Check out Corbin Fraser’s article on five of the most amazing natural hot springs in British Columbia: 5 Amazing Natural Hot Springs in British Columbia | I Backpack Canada Also see the Roadstories post from our trip out there … Hot Springs In Canada
Ontario Tourism is pitching Canadian Canoe Culture to the world with a new campaign including this teaser … #paddleon #WhereAmI #DiscoverON
From the West of the 5th blog … Source: West of the 5th : Ferry Point
Attractiveness and competitiveness in the shipping business. – A new report ranking the best maritime cities states that Vancouver is poised to be a global maritime business because its policy framework is very attractive to the shipping industry. Source: Vancouver hailed as maritime city for Asia | AsianPacificPost.com | Chinese newspaper, Filipino newspaper, Philippines newspaper.
Great alphabetical list of opening and closing dates for provincial parks in Ontario, 2017… Source: Operating Dates at Ontario Parks for 2017
Essential tips for travel to Canada from the US … and $40 off yer first AirB&B stay … Source: How to road trip to Canada on a budget | I Backpack Canada
In 2017, the Government of Canada recognizes three significant events of the First World War (1914-1918) and the Second World War (1939-1945) which have touched the lives of many Canadians and left a lasting legacy in the history of our country. Historic anniversaries: 2016 World War anniversaries Source: 2017 World War anniversaries
Traveling Québec’s north shore … Source: Québékoisie | Mofilm
This is a great blog by Jenn from Sylvan Lake, Alberta. Thanks Jenn!
Here’s the latest from Corbin Fraser at ibackpackcanada … The area of Saskatchewan is considered very flat and there are multiple farmlands for as far as the eyes can see, however there is a really special place that is nestled into the space. The beautiful Great Sand Hills cover 1,900 square kilometers of space in […]
Nunavut teen artists are throwing a special event “down south” as they fundraise for a massive new mural project. Source: Curious about Cape Dorset arts? Let’s go to the mall | CBC Arts
The Hupacasath First Nation has been drawing sap from the many big leaf maple trees on its land and converting it into syrup. Source: Sweet success: B.C. First Nation launches commercial maple syrup venture | CTV Vancouver Island News