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Articles from July 2010

7/30/2010
Camping in a tent is too much like work and staying in a cabin somehow isn't quite the wilderness experience you were hoping for. What's the solution? There's a happy medium and it's called a yurt .
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7/29/2010
"Are you on your moontime?" asks Martina. We have just arrived at the Bloodvein First Nation Indian Reserve , having completed our four-day paddle down the Bloodvein River . Moontime means menstrual
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7/29/2010
If you travel two hours north of Winnipeg by air you reach the coastline of Hudson Bay - one of the most pristine wilderness areas left in the world. It's a land of white whales, massive tides,
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7/29/2010
Diana Coutu's pie in the sky odyssey began with a part-time delivery job at Domino's while attending university. "I really loved the business," says Coutu, as she tours me around her gleaming kitchen
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7/29/2010
"Through the willows, through the river, over the rocks, I've seen them as a white speck on the horizon and they make a straight line for the lodge," says Mike Reimer during our three-hour sled trek
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7/29/2010
Cosmopolitan couples Spending time in the heart of the city is sure to win your lover's heart. Couples packages at the Inn at the Forks and Riverstone Spa let you indulge in Swedish massage and
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