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Community Spotlight: Castlegar

Castlegar is a city of about 8000 people situated in the West Kootenays. As far as location is concerned, Castlegar has everything. Stay in Castlegar and enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, golfing, and an array of great local shops, or use the city as a ...

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Photo(s) of the Week! Montreal 1979 to 2017

Montreal has received a few updates in the last 40 years, see the changes in this comparison of a student's photos taken in 2017 and his father's photos taken from the same spot 38 years prior.

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The Isle of 1000 Shipwrecks

Quebec's Magdalen Islands have been the site of nearly 1000 shipwrecks. Even some houses are built with pieces of wrecked ships. Read the tales of the islands and interviews with descendants of survivors of the wrecks along with a beautiful gallery f...

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Community Spotlight: Victoria by the sea

Ah, Victoria, the capital of British Columbia. No, not that one. Victoria by the sea, as its name suggests, a coastal village of about 100 full time residents. Nearly two-hundred years old, the village was an important sea port during the 1800s. Ther...

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Avoiding the Tourist Traps: Tadoussac, Quebec

Montreal and Quebec City are great, don't get me wrong. North of Quebec City, on the banks of the St. Lawrence is the town of Tadoussac. Known for it's whalewatching and festivals, Tadoussac is an awesome getaway if you're in or around Quebec. Check ...

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Avoiding the tourist traps! Crowsnest Pass

The Rocky Mountains have so much to offer, but rather than going North, why not try the South route through the Rockies: The Crowsnest Pass. The Crowsnest Pass has carved out a unique identity. Settled in the early 1900s during the coal mining boom, ...

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Community Spotlight: Saskatoon

Saskatoon is situated in the heart of a province so flat that it takes three days for a dog to run away (ten points to anyone that gets the reference) Saskatoon and the surrounding areas don't fill up like other places during the summer, and that's p...

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