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Paracord bracelets don’t just look cool—they’re also functional, potentially life-saving gear items that are super easy and lightweight to bring on outdoor adventures. Just clip it around your wrist, pack or keys, and you're ready! We have paracord survival bracelets with...
There are just as many shapes and sizes of wood stoves as there are hot tents. What you want to look for is one that has a main box, legs that fold out and sections of pipe that fit inside...
Wintertime can be cloudy, rainy and grey on the wet coast, while the surrounding mountains stock up on snow. The rest of Canada and parts of the USA are blanketed in white snowflakes, coaxing explorers outside on snowshoes, skis, dogsleds...
“I don’t think I’ll ever get used to this,” I admitted to my co-worker Frankie, beckoning to the striking blue mountains that surrounded us. The sun cast golden circles across the snow-laden wooden rooftops that comprised the adorable resort village...
Every year, family and multi-generational travellers discover that there is more to Canada’s Great White North than meets the eye. One of the cities that has exploded for winter travel is Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. Families have become one of the...
Ring in the new decade with an invigorating dip in Pacific, Atlantic, lake or river water—provided you can do so safely. There is some safety in numbers, and these four events across the country are likely to draw out plenty...
I love where I live: Vancouver, British Columbia. I hope you love where you live as well—if not, why live there? But there’s another region not far away that, every time I visit, makes me question why I hang my...
If you want to battle crowds at the mall or rack up debt online shopping today, go for it. But if you’d rather enjoy your day off, get some fresh air and stretch your muscles, here are three winter activities...
With a growing number of Canadians making their way off the couch and onto the trails, park management is struggling to keep up. Trail erosion, litter, parking congestion and human and animal waste are just a few of the mounting...
Written by Leah Adams-Chute Sponsored by Sunshine Coast Tourism The Sunshine Coast has all those chill, isle-like vibes you’re looking for while on vacation. This stretch of coastline, which is only accessible by ferry or floatplane, feels like a world away...
As you pull on snow pants and boots beside a wood stove in a log cabin outside Whitehorse, a little girl named Nola is asking for your name. You emphasize the ‘A’ in ‘Ailsa,’ and then you stifle a sigh...
We all suffer from not being fully engaged. It’s hard, but so is the everyday swirl of life. Don’t fret, the workplace hamster-wheel can be reset by powder to the face, snowshoeing in the woods and taking time to learn...
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