“Oh give me a home/where the polar bears roam…”
Everyone likes to go a bit wild now and then. There’s no better time to do it than fall and winter when you can visit some of Canada’s most beloved critters in their native habitats.
“It’s not every day you have a celebrity in Churchill (MB),” Tony DaSilva told the
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Aside from frolicking cowboys Jake Gyllenhaal and the late Heath Ledger, you’ll recall the third star of “Brokeback Mountain” fame: Alberta’s
Tourism Saskatchewan sent correspondent Becky with sidekick Rocco (her pooch) all around the province last month—lucky gal. Check out these great pics of Becky roaming the range and the Prairie sky.
If you arrive by plane from the US, you might think you’ve nodded off en route and landed in a museum: your über-cool west-coast experience begins the moment you de-plane at Vancouver International Airport.
Fishing for northern pike on Great Slave Lake on a brisk, early summer day in Canada’s Northwest Territories turned me into a sport fisher.
Just as there are wine connoisseurs and history buffs, there are rafting aficionados, and these whitewater-obsessed thrill-seekers know a ramped-up river experience when they see one.
“Powder up to my knees is a normal day; up to my thighs is a good day; up to my chest—a perfect day!”