Making Tracks to Whistler – British Columbia, Canada

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Whistler is definitely the
place for making tracks and though Jane Cassie doess’t plan on cruising from
heavenly peaks, she does manage the task in another
way – by getting there and back on The Whistler Mountaineer.

Thumbing A Ride – Prince Edward Island, Canada

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It was only a simple action – a small arm motion and the job
would soon be finished. So why was Kymberly Dawn so
afraid?

Strangers to the Rescue – Belgium, Canada, India

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Travellers have to make locals allies. Joseph Jude recounts how he was helped by locals on his journey.

A Peak Experience Back in Time – Pinantan, British Columbia, Canada

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Jane Cassie enjoys descending these slopes when led by the Director of Skiing, the acclaimed Olympian and recently appointed Canadian Senator, Nancy Greene.

The Best French Food May Not be in France: A Culinary Tour of Quebec

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Save yourself the overseas airfare, and join Robin Locker on a tour of excellent French food in Canada.

Something New Every Time – Vancouver, Seattle, Canada, USA

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The second, third, fourth and more visits to certain cities bring new discoveries, more views and another focus. Henry Miller’s quote about a new way of seeing things was brought home directly to Mary Keener on this last trip.

Adventures in Snowboarding Solo – Alberta, Canada

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Margaret Leak tries her luck snowboarding in Banff National Park.

Camouflaging High School Travelers – Quebec, Canada

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Taylor Clement recounts his experience traveling through Quebec with a group of high school students.

Toronto at the Market – Ontario, Canada

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An insider’s guide to the St. Lawrence Market from Toronto teenager, Jake Lee Brockman.

An Up Close and Personal View of Whistler – British Columbia, Canada

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The journey took Jane Cassie a frigid forty-five
minutes and in spite of all the shivering, the end result was worth
every chilly second.