The New and Soon-to-be Tech of Camping’s Future

Exploring the world is one of the greatest privileges of the modern age. From what used to be a challenging pursuit, modern explorers have always had safety and convenience at their fingertips, but this can be a double-edged sword. Too often in the travelling world, we get bogged down by the idea of doing things the traditional way, in pitting us against nature without the…

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How I Discovered I Was Related To Royalty

“You’re related to royalty,” Lesley Anderson of Ancestry.ca tells me over the phone and a proud smile curls on my face. I had always wondered how deep my family tree’s roots were in Canada and after spending a few years digging into Ancestry and building out a history, I wanted it confirmed by a professional. Lesley was  excited to share the news my Canadian genealogy…

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My 2020 Reading List

Here’s a list of books to read for a New Year’s resolution. They explore fatherhood, history, inspiration, and following your dreams. They’ll teach you how to decide and go for your goals.

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Monitoring My Risk For Diabetes And Heart Disease

The first thing I do most days when I get home from work is get on the bike. My wife and I, 18 months ago, impulse bought a Peloton bike and it has been a game changer for both of us. With no gear to pack up to go to the gym, with no commute time to get there, with no appointments to make, or…

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The Best Campsite At Redstreak Campground In Kootenay National Park

Kootenay National Park is a popular and quick escape from Calgary. It hugs the border between BC and Alberta and features many great hikes and backcountry camping experiences. The best campsite in Kootenay National Park is in the Redstreak Campground on the western edge of Kootenay National Park just outside the town of Radium Hot Springs. ABOUT REDSTREAK CAMPGROUND Redstreak Campground takes its name from…

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Where To Watch The NBA In Canada

The 2019 NBA title won by the Toronto Raptors brought the Larry O’Brien Trophy to a Canadian city for the first time in league history. It also served to pour more fuel on the ever-developing passion for basketball in the Great White North.

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Rocky Mountain Hikes: Mist Mountain Hot Springs

Here’s how to find the Mist Mountain Hot Spring on the Highwood Pass! Mist Mountain is a popular hike in Kananaskis Country not just for its challenging summit, but because about halfway up, you can take a detour to the Mist Mountain Hot Spring – a random, warm water hot spring big enough for 2 or 3 people at a time.

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