Canada

On the trail of polar bears in Manitoba

12/05/2019 by .

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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Whale watching in New Brunswick

28/08/2018 by .

My whale-watching skipper went by the name of Mackie Greene. The expectation of a ‘Quint’ look alike (Robert Shaw’s boat captain from Jaws) quickly evaporated when he met me at the wharf on Campobello Island.

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Night Photography at Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

15/01/2018 by .

An enjoyable day of photography doesn’t have to end when night descends. While in New Brunswick I joined Kevin Snair, a professional photographer and interpretive guide for a session of night photography in Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park.

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Just for Laughs Festival. Montreal

22/08/2016 by .

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

02/12/2015 by .

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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The Canadian. A great train Journey of the World

17/07/2015 by .

The Canadian is one of the most spectacular train journeys in the world: 4,467km (2,792-mile) across Canada. Four nights, three days gazing at dense boreal forests, magnificent plains and the legendary Canadian Rockies. The steel train crosses over five Canadian states and four time zones.

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