Adele Paul



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Adele Paul is an ex-teacher and world traveller turned stay-at-home mommy and blogger. The only thing she likes better than a night out with fine food and girlfriends is 8pm cuddle-time with her 3 children at her Saskatoon home. Find her at: www.tuesdaysisters.com

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A Journey Across Canada’s Provinces and Territories in 13 National Parks

Posted on: June 23, 2017

From the grandeur of Rocky Mountains in Jasper to the salmon-filled streams of Gwaii Haanas, Canadian National Parks are natural treasures that draw visitors from around the country and around the world. This year, in honour of Canada 150, Parks Canada is offering free entry into all of these gems. It’s
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The CP Canada 150 Train – The Party-Train is Coming to City Near You!

Posted on: June 20, 2017

The CP Canada 150 Train is coming to a city near you!   If you are familiar with Canadian history, you will know that the railway that linked Canada from sea to sea was a very important part of how Canada came to be. Canadian Pacific Railway wants to celebrate
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More Than a B & B! Star of the Sea in Halifax is the Story of an Historical Landmark

Posted on: June 16, 2017

One doesn’t typically think of a B and B as a destination—perhaps just a place to lay your head and start your day between holiday expeditions—until you lay eyes on ‘Stella Maris.’ Nestled on the rugged shores of Ferguson’s Cove, 10 minutes from downtown Halifax and just steps away from
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BIG-TIME Savings for Canadian Holiday Makers with Myrtle Beach Can-Am Days!

Posted on: December 20, 2016

Attention Canadian Travellers!! Thinking of taking the family to South Carolina? Myrtle Beach, South Carolina wants to celebrate 57+ Years of rolling out the red carpet to Canadian visitors like yourselves with steep discounts to help offset the cost of exchanging Canadian dollars to American. The Myrtle Beach Can-Am Days promotion runs from January 1 to
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Manitou Springs, the Dead Sea of Saskatchewan

Posted on: November 28, 2016

We hopped in the van on Saturday morning and headed east on the Yellowhead from Saskatoon to the harried sounds of Kid 2 singing loudly, “This is a song that never ends, it goes on and on my friends…” interspersed with the even louder shouts of “STOP SINGING!” coming from
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