Author Bio:

Jacqueline Louie is a Calgary-based freelance writer and a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada.


Posts by Jacqueline Louie:

Do Winter Right in Jasper at Marmot Basin

Posted on: February 17, 2021

Gliding through the forest following the ski instructor, as we cross from the mountain shadows into a burst of sunlight and open slopes, brings a vivid spark of joy. This is winter at Marmot Basin ski resort, just outside the town of Jasper in Jasper National Park, Alberta. With most
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How to Travel Greener, When We Can Travel

Posted on: January 20, 2021

Every choice you make has an impact. You and your family can make a difference in the environment when travelling, based on how you choose to spend your money, so you travel green(er)! Calgarian Tatiana Teevens, cofounder of Adventure With Purpose – a tour agency focused on conservation, education and
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Holidays are Over but Winter Driving is Here a Lot Longer. Here’s How to Stay Safe on Winter Roads

Posted on: January 6, 2021

The holidays may be over, but winter is here. If you’re planning a winter road trip, the best way to help ensure smooth travels is to plan ahead. Here are the top tips to get ready for a winter road trip and stay safe on winter roads from two Canadian
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Bao, A Chinese Christmas Tradition {Recipe}

Posted on: December 21, 2020

Part of the magic of Christmas – in addition to snow, twinkling lights, decorated trees and amazing music – is food. Christmas food traditions can make memories that will last a lifetime, with treasured recipes handed down through families, and shared with good friends. At Christmastime, my mother and her
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Do You Really Like to Ski or Snowboard? Go to Alberta’s Castle Mountain Resort

Posted on: December 2, 2020

At Castle Mountain Resort in southwestern Alberta’s Rocky Mountains, the snow is deep, and the powder is light and amazing. Home to some of North America’s longest fall line runs, Castle Mountain is Alberta’s second-largest resort covering approximately 1,450 hectares with 95 trails and eight alpine bowls across two mountains. 
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Small Hotels are Huge at Alberta’s Charming Inns

Posted on: November 11, 2020

Hiking or snowshoeing through the forest. Making snowmen and snow angels. Roasting s’mores as you warm up by the fire and breathe in the crisp cool air. Relaxing by the fireside with a book, or soaking in a jetted tub. Playing board games. Unplugging from the distractions and stresses of
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Israel in the Kitchen with Israel Cookalong {Recipes}

Posted on: October 13, 2020

People may be travelling more locally these days, but you can still discover the magic of other cultures from the comfort of home. With Israel Cookalong, a real-time cook-along over Zoom, you can taste the exuberant flavours of Israel, the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Appetizers, salads, main courses and
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Home Town Attractions: Ottawa this Fall!

Posted on: October 8, 2020

If you’re looking to get away to enjoy the last of the warm weather before winter settles in, why not head to the National Capital Region? Crisp blue skies, fresh air alive with the scent of fallen leaves, and vivid colours make Ottawa an excellent autumn destination. Here are three
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Awesome Ways to Get Stoked in Revelstoke, BC!

Posted on: July 17, 2020

Rugged mountains stretching as far as you can see. Ancient cedar forests. Alpine meadows are vivid with flowers. It’s all here for you to experience in Revelstoke, B.C., named a must-do on National Geographic’s Ultimate Adventure Bucket List, and a great place for a family vacation. Situated in southeastern B.C.
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Mount Engadine Lodge in Kananaskis – Luxury in the Back Country

Posted on: May 12, 2020

Mount Engadine Lodge in Kananaskis offers families an amazing opportunity to enjoy the Rocky Mountains. It’s a unique backcountry-style lodge that provides a year-round wilderness experience in luxurious accommodations. Typically, to enjoy this kind of get-away-from-it-all mountain experience, it’s usually a lot of work involving careful meal planning and packing,
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