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What To See At The 2018 Spruce Meadows Christmas Market

The Spruce Meadows Christmas Market is a Calgary tradition like no other. Here’s a look at the displays, booths, and crafts on display at this year’s Spruce Meadows International Market.

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Gear Check: Packing Properly For A Long Haul Flight

Packing takes practice. When heading out on a long haul flight, here’s how I get it done. These are things I need and some for just in case.

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Fairmont Hot Springs Resort Is A Family Friendly Classic

Fairmont Hot Springs Resort is the perfect place for families to get away any time of year. Canada’s largest hot springs is the focus and highlight, but there’s so much to do that makes this place a family tradition.

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The Rules For A Two And A Juice Road Trip

The phrase ‘two and a juice’ is a unique prairie expression. My friend turns it into a theme for road trips. Here’s how to get off the beaten path and explore small towns while having ‘two and a juice.’

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Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

If you have kids who love colour and have imaginations that are boundless, challenge them to enter the Toyota Dream Car Art Contest!

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Why Type 2 Diabetes Puts You At Risk For Kidney Disease

What is your risk for kidney disease? Take a simple quiz to assess, and make a plan to talk to your doctor about your kidney health and type 2 diabetes.

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The Ultimate Canadian Winter Wardrobe Is At Mark’s

Canadian plaid is a staple of any winter wardrobe and Mark’s has it in spades this year. From gloves and toques to jackets and underwear, check out the proud styles to wear this winter.

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Mount Norquay Is The Perfect Place For Families To Ski

Mount Norquay, across from the village of Banff, is the perfect family ski resort. They have a variety of lessons, activities, and terrain for everyone.

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Born And Raised Canadian (And Proud Of It!)

How Canadian are you? I did some family tree digging this year and found my roots go all the way to the roots of Canada. I’m pretty Canadian.

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In Defense Of Stampede Style And Playing Cowboy For A Week

I love getting cowboyed up with Stampede style in the first week of July. It may be a tired stereotype, but it’s pure magic.

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Why Is It Called A Canadian Tuxedo? Because Levi’s, Vancouver, and Bing Crosby.

The fascinating story of how the Canadian tuxedo got its name involves Bing Crosby getting kicked out of a Vancouver hotel and then being recognized by Levi’s.

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The Cheapest Place To Rent A Car In Canada (And 11 Things You Need To Know About Renting A Car)

Where is the cheapest place for renting a car? What do you need to know about insurance when renting a car? That and 9 other questions answered right here!

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The Best Birthday Gift You Can Give #Canada150 Is An Hour Of Your Time

The best way to give back to your country, is to give an hour of your time to your community. Help us reach a #millionhours for #Canada150 to make the #Next150 brighter.

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Big Rock Brewery Chalks Up The Start Of Summer With Free Growlers!

Summer has arrived and Big Rock Brewery is celebrating the season with some chalk art and tasty treats. Check it out!

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Where To Find Spring Cherry Blossoms and Blooms In Calgary

It’s hard to find spring cherry blossoms in Calgary anytime before Mother’s Day – unless you look indoors. This year to get the best of spring, you need to head to CF Chinook Centre.

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Suit Up For Spring At New Indochino Locations In Edmonton and Calgary

I am a casual guy. I have a stable of jeans, dress shirts, and t-shirts that get me through my day to day wardrobe needs. I work in radio, no need for fanciness. Every now…

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