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June 4 2009 Canadian Culture Newsletter

Hey everyone!
Hope you are all enjoying this hot weather. I have to admit I have been writing a good portion of my articles while soaking in the sun and working on my summer tan.

The warm weather has also given me so many ideas for some upcoming articles, a big one being traveling. So the next few articles will probably be highlights of great vacation spots across Canada or even just just "must see" events.

I personally have some favorites that I know travel agents around the world have never even heard of and I can not wait to share. I mean any travel agent can tell you when in Cape Breton to rent a car and go around the Cabot Trail but how many can fill you in on where to get the best lobster on the Island. Growing up on the Island I have seen so many tourists go to the same ol sites and honestly they miss out on the best parts. So throughout my articles I will share with you some of the "hidden treasures" on Cape Breton and other areas. I want to try and cover family travel, traveling on a dime, some wierd and strange sites across the country (like the worlds largest beaver and the UFO landing area) amoungst others.

I also want to share with you more recipes, one thing Canadians love is food. Though alot of what we make is hearty soups and stews as well as cakes squares and other sweets we have many other family recipes tucked away. I have been brainstroming some perfect for this hot weather and think I have some you and your family will enjoy. Also with the playoffs here I have some easy to make cool to cook recipes you are sure to love wether you are watching the game with a small group or having a large playoff party.

I theres many other article topics coming but those are a few to look forward to. As always if there is anything YOU would like to learn more about let me know!!

This weeks article is about the Two Rivers Wildlife Park in Cape breton, Nova Scotia. This is a "must see" for all ages and one of my personal favorites. There is so much to see and do here all year round. The best part is that you get to see animals like cougars, bobcats and lynx up close, and you can even hand feed deer!

Have a great week everyone!

Here's the latest article from the Canadian Culture site at

Two Rivers Wildlife Park
The Two Rivers Wildlife Park is visited frequently by locals and for a good reason. Who wouldnt want to pet a deer or see a cougar up close?

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