Have the Best Mother’s Day in 2021
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Have the Best Mother’s Day in 2021

Mom, mumma, mother, mam, there are a lot of name’s for that special lady but only one day (officially) dedicated wholly to her. Mother’s Day is a Canadian Holiday celebrated on the second Sunday of May, this year it’s May 9th! Mother’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate the care, love, and efforts of mothers,…

Take in the Delicious Taste of Canada
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Take in the Delicious Taste of Canada

Canada has a lot to offer. We often hear about the mountains, oceans, and wildlife, but what about the food? Here are 10 uniquely Canadian dishes to drool over. 1. Butter Tarts A simple, and quintessential Canadian treat, butter tarts are small flaky pastries filled with a gooey butter, sugar and syrup centre that cooks…

St. George’s Day, A Spectacular Sea-Side Special
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St. George’s Day, A Spectacular Sea-Side Special

A Canadian public holiday unique to the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. George’s Day, is coming up on the 26th of April! Saint George, best known for slaying a dragon, was a Roman Cavalryman and Christian saint. His day is celebrated by several nations, including England, Bulgaria, Portugal, Georgia, and parts of Spain. However,…

How to have fun during the Ontario April Lockdown
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How to have fun during the Ontario April Lockdown

The Ontario Government has announced a 28 day province wide shutdown effective April 3rd, in effort to curb a stake in Covid cases. Beyond sitting at home and watching Netflix, here are some fun things you are allowed to safely do. Get outdoors! You may still go for walks and bike rides in parks nearby…

Eggs for Easter? The hunt for Canadian Easter traditions.
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Eggs for Easter? The hunt for Canadian Easter traditions.

As the Spring-time holiday nears, Canada is awash with colourful eggs, chocolate bunnies and beautiful flowers, but where do these eggy traditions come from? Easter Eggs? Eggs have been a symbol of new life, fertility, and rebirth throughout many centuries and cultures. In relation to the Christian holiday of Easter, they represent the resurrection of…

How to thrive during the B.C. Spring Circuit Breaker
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How to thrive during the B.C. Spring Circuit Breaker

From March 29 to April 19 the British Columbia is strengthening province-wide restrictions in response to a sevre uptick in Covid-19 cases. In addition to previous restrictions; indoor religious gatherings and worship services are suspended until May 13th, low intensity group exercise classes are cancelled, indoor dining is banned and Whistler Blackcomb ski resort is…

Saint Patrick’s Day in Canada during Covid-19
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Saint Patrick’s Day in Canada during Covid-19

Wear green to avoid being pinched and enjoy the luck of the Irish! March 17th commemorates the death of the patron Saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, and is a widely celebrated Irish cultural day in North America. Canadians of all background join in on this spring holiday, so here are some of the top way…