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A Tearful Goodbye at DIWC’s “The House at Pooh Corner”

Do It With Class Young People’s Theatre Inc. premiered its new performance, “The House at Pooh Corner: A New Musical!” on March 20th, 2024, running until March 23rd, 2024. ...

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Categories: Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan

The Secrets of the Manitoba Legislative Building

"There should be an Altar here, and a Priest, and the image of a god, and a victim, and a curved knife, and a circle of white-robbed worshippers around the outer edge of the Pool, ...

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Categories: Canada, History, Manitoba, Paranormal

What Year Is It Really?

Earlier last year, Government House made a post on Instagram discussing different Victorian era customs. King Charles III had been inaugurated a few months earlier, and I wondered ...

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Categories: General

This Picture Almost Cost Me $15,000

When I first saw a picture of Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, I did not believe it was in Canada. The blue stained glass was phenomenal, the dark wood was haunting and the towerin ...

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Categories: Canada, Quebec

Regina Symphony Orchestra: A Journey Through Time & Place

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is one of the city's oldest non-profit organizations, dating back over a century. The RSO was started by Franklin Laubach in 1904, under the nam ...

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Categories: Canada, History, Regina, Saskatchewan

9 Curios to Add to Your Cabinet of Curiosities

I first heard the term "cabinet of curiosities" when I read Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child's 2002 book of the same name. I don't remember much of the book, as Special Agent Aloy ...

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Categories: Dark Tourism, History, Paranormal

Articles About Saskatchewan

A Tearful Goodbye at DIWC’s “The House at Pooh Corner”

Do It With Class Young People’s Theatre Inc. premiered its new performance, “The House at Pooh Corner: A New Musical!” on March 20th, 2024, running until March 23rd, 2024. ...

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Categories: Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan

Regina Symphony Orchestra: A Journey Through Time & Place

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is one of the city's oldest non-profit organizations, dating back over a century. The RSO was started by Franklin Laubach in 1904, under the nam ...

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Categories: Canada, History, Regina, Saskatchewan

Who is T.A.B., the Monster of Wascana Lake?

“I thought it was a pile of garbage as I was running by, and then all of a sudden I saw two eyes staring out of the garbage, and it started coming towards me – shimmering on th ...

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Categories: Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan

Articles About Alberta

What to See With 24 Hours in Calgary

It's been a few years since I last visited Calgary, but all previous trips were either with the Canadian Junior Football League (go Thunder!) or for various concerts. Although this ...

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Categories: Alberta, Canada

Five Things Not to Miss in Lethbridge

Written by Paula Worthington. It's hard to pick just five great attractions in a city made for exploring. For too long, Lethbridge has been seen as a "drive through" city, but ...

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Categories: Alberta, Canada

Where to Golf in Lethbridge, Alberta

I'll be the first to admit I'm not a good golfer. I don't know my putters very well, I don't know my own driving strength and for some reason I tend to always hit the ball into the ...

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Categories: Alberta, Canada

Articles About Yukon

What to See In Dawson City in 72 Hours

Seventy-two hours is a lot of time in a town of about 1,500 people, so why did I pick that number? Well, when I arrived in Dawson City, I arrived on Labour Day Monday, and many of ...

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Categories: Canada, Travel Tips, Yukon

How to Hike Tombstone Territorial Park

I remember when I first heard of Tombstone Territorial Park. I was working on my "Instagramming Canada" series a few years ago and was searching through piles of photos from around ...

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Categories: Canada, Hiking, Yukon

Top 7 Things to see in Whitehorse

Whitehorse is the capital city of the Yukon and is home to approximately 70% of the territory's population or around 25,000 people. It's a small city, but it has all the modern ame ...

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Categories: Canada, Travel Tips, Yukon

Articles About Hiking

Hiking Peru’s Rainbow Mountain

Peru's Rainbow Mountain is becoming more and more famous with each passing year, but its very existence is a sign of the times. Of course, the mountain goes back millions of years, ...

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Categories: Hiking, Peru, Remote Year, Travel Tips

Journey to Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu, or The Old Mountain in the traditional Quechua language, is one of the most sought-after bucket list destinations in the world. If you're reading this, there's a good ...

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Categories: Hiking, Peru, Remote Year, Travel Tips

How to Hike Tombstone Territorial Park

I remember when I first heard of Tombstone Territorial Park. I was working on my "Instagramming Canada" series a few years ago and was searching through piles of photos from around ...

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Categories: Canada, Hiking, Yukon

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    5 Weekend Destinations In Saskatchewan

    The past few weeks have been really busy for me, with a lot more time at the office and a lot less time travelling. Thankfully, the weekend is just around the corner and with it co ...

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    Categories: Canada, Saskatchewan

    Birthday Freebies in Regina – Updated for 2024!

    I originally wrote this article in 2020, but since then it's become one of my most popular articles -- and one that needs to be updated the most frequently. Some businesses closed, ...

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    Categories: Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan

    How Does a Buddhist Celebrate Christmas?

    With the holiday season upon us, many people have begun asking me if and how I plan to celebrate Christmas. This is a good question, and I completely understand the confusion since ...

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    Categories: History

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