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Little Passports | Let the Adventure Begin

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Flights Take Off at Edmonton International Airport!

Don't get us wrong, we love Edmonton; some of our … [Continue Reading]

Flights Take Off

7 Reasons to Explore Big Cities by Foot With Kids

“You want to do what?” my 11 year old asked … [Continue Reading]

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Have Docs, Will Travel: Passports for Children in 7 Easy Steps

A travel agent friend of mine likes to tell us … [Continue Reading]

Have Docs, Will Travel

Keeping the Memory Alive: 70 Years Since WWII

This year Remembrance Day has an added poignancy … [Continue Reading]

Keeping the Memory Alive

Little Passports | Let the Adventure Begin

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If there’s one thing we love here at Family Fun Canada, it’s travel! It’s a passion we want to instill in our kids, and something we are working to help you do too! Happily we have found Little Passports a great resource to teach kids about the world around them and get them ready for life […]

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Flights Take Off at Edmonton International Airport!

Flights Take Off

Don’t get us wrong, we love Edmonton; some of our favorite people live here! It’s just that sometimes we really want to get the heck out of here, and we are grateful for the airlines that are making that wish easier to attain. Congratulations to American Airlines, who join WestJet in offering daily non-stop flights […]

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7 Reasons to Explore Big Cities by Foot With Kids

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“You want to do what?” my 11 year old asked me. “I want to walk” I said. “But how far is it?” she questioned. “About 20 blocks (pause to see all three of their little noses wrinkle up a bit like I’m crazy) but it will be fun! You can ride in the car at […]

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Have Docs, Will Travel: Passports for Children in 7 Easy Steps

Have Docs, Will Travel

A travel agent friend of mine likes to tell us stories of traveling families. They sat in front of her desk and she explained passport requirements.  “Everyone needs a passport. Even the children. It doesn’t matter how old you are, every Canadian traveler needs a passport.” “Oh yes, we know. Don’t worry” they told her.  […]

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Keeping the Memory Alive: 70 Years Since WWII

Keeping the Memory Alive

This year Remembrance Day has an added poignancy for many of us shaken by the attacks against Canadian soldiers on Canadian soil.  It is with very grateful hearts that we acknowledge the sacrifice of the men and women who have served and are serving in the armed forces. This year marks 100 years since the […]

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Best Beginner Slopes for Family Fun

Western Canada's Best Ski Resorts for Families

Skiing and snowboarding are great fun for the entire family but before the black diamond trails called Barely Legal, Parachute and Unnecessary Roughness are considered as a family outing, maybe tamer runs like Gentle Giant, Squirrel or Happy Valley should be under the boards. By finding those resorts with tamer trails, gentle terrain, and great […]

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3 Best Things to do in Ganges on Salt Spring Island

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After two days of sailing in the Gulf Islands, the wind had died down almost to a halt and we had two options: putter around with the motor on the sailboat or pop in to Salt Spring Island for lunch. In my experience, food always wins. We pulled into the Ganges Harbour on the island […]

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Just You and I: A Nova Scotia Road Trip with my Daughter

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With three kids in the back of the minivan, I usually dread even the shortest trip to the store. Someone is bound to need a roadside nature pee, spill their drink or drop their snack, get car sick or simply start freaking out over their sister “looking out MY window!” Long road trips with just […]

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Family Travel |November Vacation Deals

November Family Travel Deals

The temperature is starting to drop and the air begins to get cool and crisp. I find that November is generally a time for planning. Planning for winter and snow to hit so we are prepared. We’re getting the car ready and outfitted with snow tires if need be. We’re digging out the snow suits, […]

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Why Osoyoos is O-Awesome

Wine Food and Fun in Osoyoos BC

Sitting in a pocket desert in the interior of BC, Lake Osoyoos may be the lowest topographical point in Canada but it’s tops when it comes to recreation. Warm, welcoming and wonderful, the town of Osoyoos, and the whole southern Okanagan valley is a destination on par with any beach town only a lot closer […]

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