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Exploring Canada: Pukaskwa National Park

Boasted by Parks Canada’s website as Ontario’s only “Wilderness” National park, Pukaskwa National Park, located on the shores of Lake Superior provide hikers and...

Escape To The North: Kathleen Lake

While, admittedly, you might not find yourself swimming up in the Yukon, we can’t let our list go by without acknowledging the majestic coastlines...

Magical Mountain Adventures

Have you ever wished that you could swim in a crystal blue lake, on top of a mountain, hidden away from the world in...

Summer Hotspot: Singing Sands Beach, PEI

Named ‘Top Beach in Canada’ by Vacay.ca in 2013, it is no wonder that the Basin Head Beach, also called Singing Sands for the...

Little Manitou Lake – Canada’s Answer to the Dead Sea!

While the rest of the world might know Canada for it’s frozen tundra, and have convinced themselves that it is near artic weather all...
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Visit the Mountain: Mount Revelstoke National Park (British Columbia)

Opened in 1914, Mount Revelstoke National Park is one of the many early and iconic national parks that stretch through the mountainous terrain of...

Your 2018 Supplement Guide is here!

The year is slowly, but surely is coming to an end, and so it is time for our annual Supplement Guide! We look at...
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How Sex In Cinema Works (And Why It’s Here To Stay)

By Blake Dillon Amy Schumer recently described her Trainwreck sex scene with WWE star John Cena as awkward. “He was actually doing it,” she said. “Apparently wrestlers aren’t always faking!” While the budding comedienne was obviously using hyperbole to...