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In honour of Canada Day here are some facts about this great country that you may not know
Cape Breton Drive In
The Cape Breton Drive In has been entertaining people since 1975, but what is it exactly that draws in so many people each and every year?
Old fashion Christmas Turnip made the same way as my great great grandma made it many years ago!
Cool Runnings Review
A great family film that is packed full of quirky character's, great laughs and a triple douse of Canada.
I believe that all children want to learn, you just need to have the right approach and what better way of teaching kids about Canada then through crafts? I have designed the craft section of this website to teach children young and old about Canada in a fun and unique way.
Da Ultimate Hookup Review
It doesn't matter if you are tight on cash or your wallet is busting at its seams, who doesn't like free money? Seriously though, it can not be THIS easy to get it....can it?
Earls Restaurant Review
The Grande Prairie location of Earls is one dining experience you should definitely skip out on!
First Attack On Louisbourg
Learn how the French lost their mighty fortress after a 45 day battle.
Ghost Stories & Mysterious Creatures of BC Review
Its campfire season again and what goes best better with campfires then ghost stories? Prepare for your next camp out by reading this spooky book.
Cape Breton was once home to one of the worlds few real life giants. Angus MacAskill was 7 feet 9 inches tall weighed 425 lbs and had a shoulder width of 44 inches.
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