Moving Away From My Hometown Helped Me Learn More About It

A trip to China taught me about the “Bethune House” in Gravenhurst, ON By Tara Collum When you see something everyday, it becomes invisible, another part of the background scenery. I wouldn’t now be begging friends and family to climb into the giant Muskoka chairs on either end of my hometown if I still lived…

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The Bridge With A Love Story On Donevan Trail

The first time I saw Kay’s Bridge, tucked into the landscape along Donevan Trail at the Landon Bay Centre just outside Gananoque, ON, I was almost too exhausted to notice its beauty. I wasn’t much of a hiker back then. To make matters worse, I was being upstaged by a 90-year-old man.

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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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