***Contest update: Firstly, thanks to everyone for your fantastic and most memorable
Today at Moraine Lake in Banff National Park. Always worth a visit to see these jade-au-lait waters - especially this time of year, after the ice is gone but before the summer crowds. ... See MoreSee Less
“If the ocean and the rocks could put their heads together to design a cathedral built from wood, this inn would be it.
“If the future and the past collided - bam! - and here and now took shape before your eyes, this is what it would look like.”
Given that Canada’s extraordinary Fogo Island Inn turns ten this week, we thought we should re-post this gorgeous little story from our travelling poet Lorna Crozier.
Happy Birthday Fogo Island Inn!
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On the heels of Earth Day 2023 (and given that our sky is full of migrating Canada Geese!), we thought we’d share this wonderful poem by Pulitzer Prize winning writer Mary Oliver. We hope you enjoy. #earthday2023Happy Earth Day from Mary Oliver's publishers! There is no better way to celebrate than by being outdoors, reading Mary's poetry. May you have the time to do so today! ... See MoreSee Less
Attention all you wildlife photographers out there! 🦅
You may want to check out Can Geo’s 2023 photography competition.
See below for details."Three moose emerge from the bush at dawn in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ont. The 7,600-square-kilometre park is one of the best places in Canada to see moose, particularly in the fall when males fight for mates."
An incredible shot from our runner-up in the 2022 Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year Competition Terrestrial Life category. Don't forget to submit your wildlife images to our 2023 competition.
📷: Norrie Franko ... See MoreSee Less
Heads up if you’re heading north this summer or fall!
Indigenous Tourism Canada invites you to experience the northern lights like never before.
#Canada #Travel #NorthernLights #DestinationIndigenous #SkyCandy ... See MoreSee Less
Erin Elizabeth Ross
North Shore, Lake Superior
🔥🟠 The fire danger level at Kouchibouguac National Park is currently HIGH.
Open fires are allowed in the national park's designated areas only. Use extreme caution and be vigilant.
🚫 Do NOT leave fires unattended.
A Rushing Sea of Undergrowth