Explorations of the offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked and forgotten
Journeys Canada

Dedicated to explorations of Canada’s offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked and forgotten, we chronicle and promote hidden community-based narratives that reflect the diversity of Canada beyond the tourist spots and off the beaten path – stories worth telling and places worth visiting. It provides a collective voice to the many local narratives that account for our various customs and traditions that make up the Canadian experience.

Many Americans are painfully ignorant about Canada and things Canadian. In turn, many Canadians seemingly downplay Canada’s special qualities and accomplishments or take them for granted.

Journeys into Canada is intended as a celebration of things Canadian – from Tim Hortons’ to regional fare – a place to help identify and advance narratives about people, places and things distinctively Canadian.

We welcome you, and are glad you are here. Let’s Journey together.

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