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British Columbia launches free day passes for parks

In order to help its citizens remain active and safe, the British Columbia government announced on Wednesday that it is launching free-day use passes for six of the province’s parks.  The free day passes are part of a pilot program »

Environment & Animal Life, Federal election 2019, Politics

Trudeau promises to protect 25% of Canada’s land and waters by 2025

A re-elected Liberal government would protect from development and industrial activity a quarter of Canada’s land and oceans by 2025, Justin Trudeau announced Thursday as he unveiled the Liberal Party’s nature conservation pledges. An avid outdoorsman himself, the Liberal leader »

Environment & Animal Life, Society

Camping with kids in the Canadian wilderness highly recommended

May 18 to 20, 2019 is a holiday weekend in Canada and usually warm enough for families to go on their first camping trips of the year. It can be a little more challenging to camp with children, but they »

Environment & Animal Life, International, Society

Glamping in Canada: some of the best sites

Glamping is the word coined somewhere in this new millennium to describe an outdoor experience without the ‘roughing it’ aspect.Or, as is very evident in some of these photos, “glamorous camping”. Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, takes a while to get there, »

Environment & Animal Life, Highlights, Society

Across wide Canada by canoe

The paddling home crew tests out their new 17 foot long prospector canoe ©  Courtesy Paddling Home 2015 It’s going to be an epic journey, and provide memories for a lifetime. A young family of three, Benoit Gendreau-Berthiaume, his wife »