In celebration of International Women’s Day, Heritage Canada has just released a brand new Heritage Minute featuring Lucy Maud Montgomery. Who is L.M. Montgomery? For every kid that grew up in Canada, she is better known as the author of Anne of Green Gables.
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Here’s the video on L.M. Montgomery. It’s a decided step up in production values from the Basketball video of the 90’s for sure:
L.M. Montgomery’s life story is actually quite fascinating
and she’s definitely more than just the writer of the Green Gables books. She wrote over 20 other novels, as… Read the rest
Fact: Canadians invented Basketball!
This is a fun one, and it’s a great piece of trivia to stupefy any of your U.S. friends or loved ones. Seriously, if you ever do any cross-border dating, and I highly recommend it, this one will surprise and astound the date you met on Match.com or whatever dating service is trending with the kids these days.
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Yes, the modern game of basketball came about because an older guy didn’t like climbing ladders. What I don’t understand is that the commercial doesn’t even show the idea of baskets with full holes in the bottom of them. We saw the ‘midway’ point, where they cut a tiny hole that a broom handle could poke the ball out of.
I also don’t understand how exactly the old man was not okay with cutting holes in the bottom of the… Read the rest
Millions of tourists come to Canada to see the natural beauty and culture…in the summer. While Canada does have visitors to popular winter destinations like Whistler or Banff (for skiing), the winter is usually considered the ‘off-season’ for tourists in Canada.
Who would want to go there in the winter? It’s cold up there?!!
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Canada can actually be a great choice for a romantic winter getaway. It has many event and locations where you can enjoy your winter with your loved ones. And since it’s the off-season, you are likely to get cheaper flights, hotel rates, and admission prices. On top of that, sites like Expedia offer discount travel packages for destinations during their off-season (check here: coupongo.org/hotels-com-coupon-code/). You could stay even longer, or use your savings for a second vacation!
1. The Quebec Winter Carnival
Did you ever wonder what Montréal and Québec in Canada could be like – quintessentially French cities transplanted into the middle of North America? One of the… Read the rest