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There are a lot of fun, genius and multi-functional gear items in the world, and one of the best places to find new ideas is on Kickstarter. Whether you’re looking for the ultimate adventure shelter, clothes that make sense for...
September might mean pumpkin spice lattes and donning autumn attire for some, but for explorers based in Ontario, there are a few more weeks of camping season to enjoy. This year, Ontario Parks has opted to extend the opening dates of...
After fifty years of negotiation, a large area in the Northwest Territories has been established as Canada’s newest national park reserve. Near the east arm of Great Slave Lake, over 26,000 square kilometres are now protected through partnerships between Parks...
If there’s anything better than a discount, it’s receiving something completely FREE. On September 7th, 2019, Quebec Parks are opening their gates and scratching their usual $8.75 entrance fee. Over twenty parks will be offering free admission. Looking for some new...
Do you live in British Columbia? Do you have a smartphone? Then you can become a ‘citizen scientist.’ The idea is simple: download the iNaturalist App and upload photos of species you encounter while exploring parks in British Columbia this summer. Then...
Healthy Parks, Healthy People is an annual celebration in Ontario, designed to get locals outside and exploring. For one day only—tomorrow, July 19th—all provincial parks are free for day-use. Wondering why? Ontario Parks recognizes that “Time spent outside is a proven...
Have you ever wanted to travel the Mediterranean on a small group sailing adventure? Tour operator G Adventures has launched a new itinerary that explores lesser-known and more secluded locations between Venice, Italy and Zadar, Croatia. The new trip sails...
In 2012, the lifeguard tower that had stood watch for roughly 40 years over Long Beach in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve was torn down. The lifeguard service in the Tofino, British Columbia-area park—credited with an average of eight water...
Say you’re a Mi’kmaq chief living in northern New Brunswick in the mid-1700s and you need to get to Boston to sign a Peace and Friendship Treaty with the British. You could paddle your birch-bark canoe along the Gulf of St.
Axe throwing is one of the fastest-growing new sports in North America. On June 13th, throwers around the world will celebrate International Axe Throwing Day. Not long ago, axe throwing was confined to low-key backyard competitions between friends. But in the...
To celebrate its 20th birthday, Sun Peaks Bike Park is getting a face lift. Primarily known for having Canada’s second largest skiable terrain, Sun Peaks beckons to adventurers in summer, too. The small community near Kamloops, BC, is a haven for...
Luxury outerwear designer Canada Goose knows that outdoor wear doesn’t stop with the parka. Utilizing GORE-TEX material, Canada Goose has launched a limited-edition Nomad Capsule Collection for explorers seeking to get outside coast-to-coast in spring. The Nomad Jacket and the Nomad...
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