I’ve been pestering Peter, my fisherman buddy, all summer long for another fishing story. He finally took a break from his crankbaits, Gulp worms and crappies to scribble down the following summer fishing roundup…
A few years ago, while we were doing some PR work for the Hudson’s Bay Company, I ran across an amazing guy called Harold Tichenor.
It’s summer in Canada and the big city is a little quieter these days. After a nine-day driving tour of the Canadian Badlands in southeastern Alberta, I was happy to spend a couple of days at a cottage near Georgian Bay in Ontario. It’s a very short walk to the “outhouse” and the water comes up from the lake in buckets. Perfect.
Here is a June 2010 fishing post from CANADA fishing master, Pete Wasag…
The season at Ontario Parks officially opens in May.
A “mascot” is an animal, person or thing that is supposed to bring good luck.
My buddy Peter Wasag is a master fisherman. This is his latest post – fishing with his two boys, one of his greatest joys.
The sexiest Olympic venue at the 2010 Winter Games!
Late January update: Le Massif has a 330cm base. Powder and groomed ski conditions is the latest report. If you are headed to Québec for Bonhomme Carnivale, this is a great side trip!
Remembrance Day has never been the same for me ever since I met a BBC host on a press tour…
The Automatiste Revolution: Montreal 1941-1960, opened at the Varley Art Gallery in Unionville, Ontario last week.
Two of the creepiest places to spend Hallowe’en in Canada are Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, and the Atlas Coal Mine near Drumheller in the Canadian Badlands of Alberta.