Oktoberfest in Kitchener-Waterloo is a big deal – 700,000 people partake in the festivities, which run the gamut from the obvious (beer, polka and lots and lots of lederhosen) to the surprising and exciting (barrel races, archery, log sawing and human foosball tournaments).
There are a few important things they don’t tell you about Edmonton. My father grew up just outside the city, but I knew very little about … Continue Reading
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Truro, Nova Scotia, is going through a huge revitalization. The downtown core has been seriously upgraded of late, and there are a host of new … Continue Reading
So far, this blog has been focusing on the hidden gems, and lesser-known spots to visit across Canada. For this post, we thought it would … Continue Reading
It’s time for some daycationing, and our first stop is to our nation’s lovely capital. Hub of Canadian politics and goldmine of Canuck history, Ottawa’s … Continue Reading