The vernacular of Newfoundlanders is rich in unusual words, sayings, and expressions, so much so that many people believe the province has a language all its own.
Downtown Vancouver in British Columbia is a wonderful place to explore with a camera. Spring is especially attractive as cherry blossom and other flowers open.
The Stanley Park Seawall is an 8.8 km path that travels around the perimeter of the park beside the ocean. It offers wonderful views and interesting sights.
The fair at the PNE is a popular summer event in Vancouver, British Columbia. It includes shows, exhibits, tasty food and fun activities for all ages.
Canada is a lovely country its citizens are proud to live there. There are a lot of opinions about Canadians and the ways they live. Check out these amusing and goofy Canadian sterotypes.
The Burnaby Village Museum depicts British Columbia life in the 1920s. It's an entertaining and educational place, and so is the park in which it's located.
No commercial development despoils the natural beauty of the 200 acres of Beacon Hill Park located not far from the Inner Harbor of Victoria. It is one of the prettiest parks in which I have ever spent time. See...
Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia is a beautiful place to see magnolia flowers in spring and glaucous-winged gulls at any time of year.
Mining, sternwheelers and hot springs have ensured the survival of Ainsworth, B.C. The first village on the shores of Kootenay Lake.
Toronto is a teeming megalopolis and a gem on the Golden Horseshoe of Ontario. Culture, arts, music, history, night life and jobs all beckon.