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Agritourism Serves Up the Culinary Delights of Southern Alberta

Have you heard of agritourism? It’s just what you imagine: the marriage of agriculture and tourism and it offers unique and compelling experiences, whether it’s across the country or in your own backyard. You could tour a farm or a winery, visit an orchard, or take a hayride. The current
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Spring in Toronto's High Park adobe
Canada’s Early Spring Gardens Shine

With the arrival of spring, exploring public parks and gardens is a great way to take in the beauty of the season and bask in the light of longer days. And Canada’s early spring gardens are more impressive than you’d think! “Public gardens provide an inspiration for gardeners, for what
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10 Quirky Facts about the Canadian Badlands

While many know that Alberta’s Canadian Badlands are famous for dinosaur fossils and other prehistoric artifacts, but there’s much more to this diverse and scenic region. From its impressive size to its broad range of attractions and destinations, it’s a perfect time to get to know the Canadian Badlands. Here
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Sun-lovers' Guide to Camping in Western Canada
Some Like it Hot! Sun-lovers’ Guide to Camping in Western Canada

Many would call me crazy but my ideal camping trip involves eating breakfast in a tank top, biking sun-baked trails with sweat pouring down my face, and then jumping in the nearest lake to cool off. I don’t want to pack fleece sweaters with me, I don’t want to bundle
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A ranch hand at Three Bars Ranch wrangles horses near Cranbrook BC.
An East Kootenays Education – Cranbrook with Kids

Most people have childhood memories of being dragged through boring museums and historical sites buried deep in their psyches. Today’s museums and history centres have come a long way in upping their appeal to kids, and after an extremely fun visit to Lethbridge’s Fort Whoop-up, my kids have made it
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Fort Whoop-Up Photo credit Sarah Deveau
A historic time at Fort Whoop-Up

“This was way more fun that I was expecting it to be,” my five-year-old said in a stage whisper as we sat at a picnic table enjoying ice cream cones after a three-hour adventure through Fort Whoop-Up, a national historic site in Lethbridge, Alberta. Considering the competition for her time
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Palmer Family Road Trip Tips
17,000 kms + 63 days + a family of 5 = Road trip tips from author Michael A. Palmer

As the days begin to get shorter and the evenings have a bit more bite, road trip season winds down as well. If you’re planning one last big family road trip before the snow flies (blasphemy to talk about it this early, I know), then read on for some great
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Cityline Heads West to Alberta

Cityline is heading west to Alberta! Cityline is Canada’s longest running daytime show. It’s been on air for 28 years can you believe it? Cityline decided to take the show on the road and do some tapings in Calgary and Edmonton. I got a chance to be in the audience of
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