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"Therapy is reach [sic] by many form [sic] and the ability to release stress is overwhelming sometime [sic].” “If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads.” “There is always enough time to do what brings you joy.” These nuggets...
Between the desire to buy products with the least impact on the planet and actually making a purchase is a whole lot of jargon and marketing spin. You could spend hours researching it all before shopping for every T-shirt—or you...
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to pack up your laptop and bring your work with you on an adventure in another country? What if you could surf, practice yoga and experience the culture and history of that...
When Mark left Australia with his White Shepherd Mya, he didn’t set out to have a huge Instagram following. Instead, he focused on building a community of travellers interested in exploring with a unique companion: their pets. “The community has helped...
Are you planning on purchasing an Adult, Senior or Family/Group Discovery Pass this year? If you'll be skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, hiking, ice fishing, etc in Canada's national parks... you'll probably want one. The Discovery Pass includes: Unlimited admission for one full year from...
As an Olympian, World Cup racer, two-time national champ and winner of multiple mountain bike stage-races, Andreas Hestler is no slouch on knobby tires. He can race through roots and rocks faster than most, but when he jumped on an...
I would like to share a story I shared at the MEC Nation Summit. I always wrote stories as a child, and even as an adult. When I look back at the stories I wrote, I noticed that the characters names...
Back in 1998, I tried to canoe across Canada for the second time via a northern, west-to-east route. I was in my twenties, full of piss, vinegar and attitude. Push a line upstream through the Coast Mountains of British Columbia in...
Ontario Parks has announced their first two dark sky preserves—introducing the Killarney Provincial Park and Lake Superior Provincial Park dark sky preserves, which have been recognized by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Protecting dark sky areas allows many birds, amphibians,
Cabins. Cottages. Huts. Whatever we call them, they offer an escape. A sanctuary. And an architectural form with a rich history to uncover. From their colonial roots, to their place in frontier exploration, to the back-to-the-land movements of the 20th century, to...
May 1, 2018 — For the third year in a row, Explore Magazine is nominated in one of the premier categories of the National Magazine Awards. This year, Explore Magazine is nominated for "Best Magazine: Lifestyle." Last year, Explore received a nomination...
New group campsite in Strathcona Provincial Park's Paradise Meadows: Reserve the site by May 15 and win a free weekend of camping! Just as camping season kicks off, BC Parks is opening reservations for its newest group campsite, a backcountry site...
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