Mystical Little Lake Manitou

Deep in the heart of Saskatchewan, nestled between Saskatoon and Regina, in the village of Watrous, lies a little-known body of water considered magical to many throughout history and still today.

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Mapping Out The Ghost Ships Of Newfoundland And Labrador

I found corners of the province that I might have missed on a road trip. By: Karin Murray-Bergquist The voices of lost sailors cry out when the weather is foul in Adam’s Cove. A bell sounds out from the depths, where it is said that a schooner mysteriously disappeared with its owner in Rocky Bay.…

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A Town Called Moonbeam And Its UFO Monument

Flashing lights, crop circles, and a hovering orb have given this Ontario town its name. On a seemingly unremarkable stretch of Highway 11 between Fauquier and Kapuskasing, Ontario, a UFO squats a stone’s throw from the town of Moonbeam’s Visitor Centre. The spacecraft is reminiscent of Gazoo’s ship in The Flintstones—except made of fibreglass and…

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Hike Your Own Hike: Iqaluit’s Only Officially Named And Measured Trail, Apex

Like most Nunavut trails, there is a fluidity and flexibility to its parameters. It is not so often that a city’s most well-known hiking trail starts inside a cemetery. But Apex Trail isn’t your typical out and back hiking trail in many other ways, as well. For instance, while it is the only Iqaluit hiking…

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The Iqaluit Museum Housed In An Old Hudson Bay Building

Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum showcases the art and history of Inuit throughout place and time. When you first arrive to Nunavut’s capital and largest community, Iqaluit, a popular first spot to see is the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum. This is a convenient first place to visit because it is beside the Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre, the local tourist…

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Shifting Sandscapes And Wild Horses

Sable Island is an isolated East Coast sandbar also known as “The Graveyard of the Atlantic.” There aren’t that many places in Eastern Canada that are as mysterious, out of limits and hard to reach as Sable Island. However, unlike most other remote communities or uninhabited islands, this one isn’t far north, hidden past mountains…

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Hike Your Own Hike: Grand Manan’s Hole In The Wall

You’ve likely seen photos of the popular rock formation, but how do you get there? You’ll just need a ferry to take you from mainland New Brunswick to Grand Manan Island. While it may take a while to get to the island with the necessary ferry trip (read more about the logistics here), the Hole…

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Face The Sun At The New Brunswick Sunflower Festival

The Green Pig Country Farm and Market is holding its flower festival from August 20 until August 30. Next time you want to surprise someone with a bouquet, just a single sunflower will do. In fact, every time you hold one sunflower, you actually have thousands of little flowers in your hands at once. That…

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