Canada

On the trail of polar bears in Manitoba

A lone polar bear plods towards us. He’s one of a thousand or so bears populating the western shore of the Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada.

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The Algonquin Golf Club. New Brunswick

The Algonquin Golf course is legendary in these parts. Part of the equally legendary Algonquin Resort that lies at St. Andrews-by-the Sea a 10-minute drive away, it is considered to be the best golf course in New Brunswick.

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Whale watching in New Brunswick

Suddenly, two giant fountains erupted at the side of the boat announcing a pair of finbacks. Emerging from the water and gracefully synchronized, these two whales, the second biggest creatures on earth put on a show just for us.

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Night Photography at Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

An enjoyable day of photography doesn’t have to end when night descends. Stuart Forster enjoys a session of night photography in Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park in New Brunswick, Canada.

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Just for Laughs Festival. Montreal

Canadians are not particularly known for their sense of humour so I was a little sceptical when I heard about the Just for Laughs Festival, particularly as it’s held in, Quebec, where they all speak French.

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Sonora Resort in British Columbia

There’s always something exciting about climbing aboard a seaplane, especially when you’re on the way to the back of beyond.  Sonora Resort in British Columbia is located east of Vancouver Island, near the town of Campbell River, and the only way to get to it is by boat, helicopter or plane. 

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