Along with that guy with four-foot dreads, dinosaur people and bubble man, glow in the dark tutu hat lady embodies festival’s creative expression.
As if the oil industry in Canada wasn’t under enough stress with falling world prices, the news from northern Alberta gets worse, not better.
The average fire season in western Canada has been growing steadily since 1945 and one climate activist questions government approach to combatting such disasters.
Despite the absence of Jamaica’s Usain Bolt, Canadians celebrate big win on the track.
See why Lower Fort Garry National historic site is one of Canada’s top ten “must see” attractions.
Canada won more gold medals in the first six days than we took home from Mexico four years ago, managing to beat the Americans in events where they normally rule the roost.
It may seem like a Canadian staple but the annual migration of “going to the lake” is something only few can afford.
The need to cherish national treasures highlighted as historic hotel owners flip property for quick profit.
“That stage is a dream come true,” says the vocalist and guitarist of Mariachi Ghost as the band gets set to kick off 42nd annual Winnipeg Folk Festival tonight at 6 pm.
Keep your eyes on the sky or visit the Royal Western Aviation Museum to see two exquisite WWII bombers.