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Saturday, September 5, 2015
Journeys Into Celebrating a Region’s Artistry and Traditions in Classic Boats

Celebrating a Region’s Artistry and Traditions in Classic Boats

  The Pacific Northwest on both sides of the border is blessed with an enormous number of traditional boats of all descriptions. In Victoria this weekend, they are celebrating they area’s and region’s  rich maritime culture and this robust traditional boat culture with the Victoria Classic Boat Festival. Held in Victoria’s beautiful inner harbour and bustling Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 5, 20156:27 pm
Saturday, September 5, 2015
Journeys Into Where Busking is Celebrated

Where Busking is Celebrated

In some places unlicensed entertainers are not welcomed on the streets. They are deemed disruptive and threatening to calm order. Charlottetown, PEI is not such a place. Taking place in  the Birth Place of Confederation is the PEI Busker Festival. To those unfamiliar, a busker is one who engages in the act of performing in public Read Article

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Friday, September 4, 2015
Journeys Into Canada’s Largest Ribfest

Canada’s Largest Ribfest

BBQ is a constant topic of discussion and deabte in the U.S.. It is a passion in Canada as well. Canada’s Largest Ribfest is the name of an annual event held in Spencer Smith Park by the lake shore in Burlington, Ontario. The Burlington Lakeshore Rotary Club organizes the four-day-long Ribfest to raise money for charity  during the Labour Day Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 4, 20157:37 pm
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Journeys Into Labor Day’s Origins in Labour Day

Labor Day’s Origins in Labour Day

  To many it is a sale day. To others it is the unofficial end of summer. And still to others it means back to school or the Jerry Lewis Telethon. But Labor Day is a holiday for a reason. The origins of modern day Labor Day are said to be be traced back to Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 3, 20151:34 pm