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Bermuda, oh Where Art Thou Bermuda?

Bermuda, oh Where Art Thou Bermuda?

| January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

I have never been to anyplace during my travels that has captured me in a way I experienced in Bermuda. This British island territory in the North Atlantic carries an old world charm that perhaps is the way because of its unique mix of American and British culture. As with most island destinations, Bermuda is […]

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Coaldale Birds of Prey Foundation | Budget Adventure Travel

| October 18, 2021 | 4 Comments

Colin’s Story The Birds of Prey Centre was founded in 1982 by Wendy Slaytor and Colin Weir as Alberta’s first volunteer wildlife rescue facility. What began as an act of personal endeavor and passion for saving the raptors, extended in to a lifetime of devotion of caring by a large group of volunteers to build, […]

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The Bushwakker Brewery of Regina | Budget Adventure Travel

| October 8, 2021 | 8 Comments

I never title any of my blogs after any brand or company so as not to confuse my readers in to thinking that I am specifically endorsing it. But this is one exception. Regina does not get its fair share of credit in the media or in social avenues as a tourist hub in Canada. […]

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Crossing the border can be taxing | Tax | Money Savings | Larkycanuck.com

| September 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Sharing the border with the U.S. means it is relatively easy to cross the border for a holiday or to visit an outlet mall. Infrequent visitors who are in the U.S. for 31 days or less a year are considered visitors and are not generally subject to U.S. income tax. However, Canadians spending more time […]

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Lost and Found in Moose Jaw | Budget Adventure Travel

| September 18, 2021 | 12 Comments

“Nooooo!” I heard her scream as the SUV in front swerved, lost control, and fishtailed right in front of us on the highway. It was a definite head-on. With a total white-out on Highway 1 it was inevitable despite the fog lights that I had turned on. I knew better not to slam the brakes […]

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Affordable Vacation in Whitehorse | Budget Adventure Travel

| September 8, 2021 | 7 Comments

When most Canadians think of Yukon, the first thing that conjures up in their mind is the great Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) effect and very cold days (brrrrr!) Well indeed I can confirm that Whitehorse, which is the capital of Yukon, has both indeed; But you are most likely to have misconceptions on both. Firstly, […]

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Aurora Borealis Northern Lights Video | Budget Adventure Travel

| August 29, 2021 | 1 Comment

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Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis Tour in Whitehorse |Budget Adventure Travel

| August 19, 2021 | 9 Comments

Aurora Borealis gira en Whitehorse オーロラ – ホワイトホースのオーロラツアー Aurora Borealis Tour em Whitehorse On March 13th 2013 we arrived at Whitehorse, Yukon for a once in a lifetime must-see journey to the wild north of Canada to view the spectacular atmospheric phenomenon known as the Northern Lights. El 13 de marzo año 2013 llegó a […]

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Insider’s View of Ford’s Vehicle Ergonomics & Design Process

Insider’s View of Ford’s Vehicle Ergonomics & Design Process

| August 9, 2021 | 0 Comments

Collectively, there only a few moments in life that create lasting memories. Like the first kiss, the first house, the first job. On that list is definitely the first car. But after the initial euphoria of driving your car has passed, the realities of everyday driving and comfort-ability (or lack of it) set in. This is […]

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4 common tax mistakes made by students | Tax | Money Savings

| July 30, 2021 | 3 Comments

Mistake #1 – Filing only after turning 18 A common mistake made by young folks is not realizing that you have to file a tax return when you are earning taxable income and not just after turning 18. In other words, you may be a dependent while earning income (summer jobs, online work) but you are […]

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4 Things I Love About Shaw BlueSky TV

4 Things I Love About Shaw BlueSky TV

| July 20, 2021 | 0 Comments

Shaw BlueSky TV launched in the market in 2017 and I had the privilege of being one of its early adopters. Over a six month period I experienced something that I will call a ‘Renaissance in TV watching’. If readers are not familiar with Shaw BlueSky TV, check out my earlier post profiling the key […]

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