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10 Ways to Explore Alberta This Winter


Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 — 11:59am PST
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What do dinosaurs, craft beer, snowshoes, bison, and an ice castle have in common? You can find them all in Alberta this winter! From the unearthed fossils at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, to dinning at 7,218 feet at the top of the Banff Gondola, there’s something for everyone this season in Alberta. 10 Ways to […]

Winter in Wine Country With a Twist


Tuesday, November 8th, 2016 — 9:50am PST
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Lights in the vineyard, tasting room open houses, fireworks, and a festival of trees are all a part of Winter in Wine Country but this year the South Okanagan has another offering: Skiing at Baldy Mountain Resort! Baldy First Chair Festival Located on the south side of Mount Baldy in the South Okanagan, Baldy has […]

5 Must Have Travel Tech Accessories


Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 — 9:33am PST
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Holiday season is coming up and that means so is holiday travel, whether you’re heading to visit family, or to escape the Vancouver rain in a far away – and warm – tropical land. Travel is something I am very familiar with, having visited 16 different airports so far this year, I work hard and […]

Using CityPass in Chicago


Monday, October 17th, 2016 — 11:37am PST
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You can really get spoiled with a CityPass in Chicago. Front of the line access to popular attractions and no admission fee when you’ve got your CityPass ticket in hand. There’s even a red carpet rolled out at the Art Institute of Chicago, which added to the VIP experience. I recently enjoyed my first trip […]

Jasper Dark Sky Festival


Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 — 9:48am PST
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It’s a community celebration that has you contemplating the universe, in one of the most beautiful places on the planet. The Jasper Dark Sky Festival is coming up October 14-23 and you can start plan your experience there today. Last year’s keynote, Commander Hadfield Jasper Dark Sky Festival Get lost in the wonder of one […]

Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise


Monday, September 19th, 2016 — 10:19am PST
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Whenever we have family or friends visiting us in Vancouver I always try to do two things: Get them up a mountain and then get them out on the water. From both vantage points they can immediately scope out the landscape, get their bearings, and get a unique introduction to the city. These were the […]