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Thursday, September 13, 2018
Journeys Into A Moving Hockey Night in Humboldt

A Moving Hockey Night in Humboldt

It was a tough night. A community and a nation came together last night as Humboldt gathered for their first game since last Spring’s tragedy to the Broncos when 16 were killed in a bus crash. In a game televised commercial-free in Canada and the United States, the Broncos faced the Nipawin Hawks, the team Read Article

Posted by: Admin September 13, 20188:20 pm
Friday, August 31, 2018
Journeys Into Where the Figgy Duff is Special

Where the Figgy Duff is Special

We are interested Canadian specialties to be found other than poutine (though we seek variations of this tasty but decadent dish), bacon, salmon and maple syrup. For example, when thinking of Canadian desert sweets most folks think of Tim Hortons’ (Timbits), Nanaimo Bars or Beavertails and quintessentially Canadian. But there is more. For example, how Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 31, 20189:56 pm
Friday, August 31, 2018
Journeys Into The Smallest Post Office in Canada

The Smallest Post Office in Canada

Not too long ago we heard much in the news about the revamping of home postal service. It got us to thinking about post offices as well. A few years back we did a feature about the smallest post office in the U.S. (Ochopee, Florida). So, we were curious about where the smallest post office Read Article

Posted by: Admin 9:52 pm
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Journeys Into Great Trail project: An effort to connect Canada from coast to coast

Great Trail project: An effort to connect Canada from coast to coast

The Great Trail is being touted as one of the longest in the world. Once 432 individual trails are attached in late 2017, it will measure 24,000 kilometres. The serpentine routes – created by the Trans Canada Trail (TCT), a not-for-profit organization – will meet all three Canadian coasts and weave their way through vast Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 15, 20172:03 pm
Friday, January 13, 2017
Journeys Into Shakespeare, Scenery, History & A Classic Arena with Character

Shakespeare, Scenery, History & A Classic Arena with Character

Catching up on some missed features and I came across how “Hometown Hockey” had visited Stratford, Ontario. Already known for its connection to things Shakespeare and historical, Stratford is also home of a classic hockey arena – the William Allman Memorial Arena. Although it is a topic of debate, locals will tell you that the Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 13, 20179:44 pm
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Journeys Into “Being Canadian” in 2017

“Being Canadian” in 2017

The question of what it means to be Canadian is taking on a prominent role again. 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation, and all things Canadian will be in the spotlight. Moreover, events around the world have folks again contemplating Canada’s role in the world order, as well as what makes Canada the unique Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 8, 20177:44 pm
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Journeys Into Celebrating what it means to be Canadian in 2017

Celebrating what it means to be Canadian in 2017

It’s such an easy question to ask and it is indeed frequently posed. The answer, however, is ever evolving and elusive. Now, it is a question again in the spotlight as Canada enters its 150th year – What does it mean to be Canadian ? One can see the question be asked in a number Read Article

Posted by: Admin 7:41 pm