Post Tagged with: "Canada"

Places

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

6 super reasons to visit Canada

Here’s a look at six super reasons to visit Canada. View landscapes and wildlife Canada’s national parks Parks Canada administers the country’s marine conservation areas, national historic sites and national parks. From Alberta’s Banff National Park, the oldest in the country, to Yukon’s Kluane National Park and Reserve, the home […]

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Photography

Rick McGinnis, a photogragrapher from Toronto in Ontario, Canada.

An interview with photographer Rick McGinnis

I still have a list, which includes people from that original list (including Iggy Pop, Bryan Ferry, Brian Eno and John Cooper Clarke), ones I’ve added since (such as Jarvis Cocker and Jackie Stewart) or have become fascinated with recently (including Dolly Parton and David Hockney).

by × June 29, 2019 × 1 comment

Places

The Winnipeg sign by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

15 top things to do during a city break in Winnipeg, Manitoba

As you may already have guessed, many of Winnipeg’s residents love sport. During the National Hockey League’s 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs people across the city wore white ‒ a mass action known as the Winnipeg Whiteout ‒ to show their support for the Winnipeg Jets, who reached the Western Conference Final. If you can’t get hold of tickets for Jets games, or don’t want to pay the exorbitant prices, you could watch the Manitoba Moose, of the American Hockey League.

by × August 20, 2018 × 1 comment

Places

A lighthouse during a foggu night in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Ten tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick offers much for travellers to view and experience during a road trip in the Canadian province. Here are 10 tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick: Dine on delicious seafood Atlantic Canada is renowned for its outstanding seafood. Freshly landed lobster and fish is served at restaurants in coastal […]

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Travel Writing

The Taj Mahal in Agra, India

Inside Travel Writing: An interview with Kathryn Burrington

Kathryn Burrington is the successful travel blogger behind the blog Travel With Kat. In 2017 she was awarded the British Guild of Travel Writers’ Travel Blogger of the Year Award. Here she talks to MannedUp.com for our Inside Travel Writing column: What kind of travel related niche do you specialise […]

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Travel Writing

Stuart Forster on the road in the Gaspe peninsula of Quebec, Canada.

Inside Travel Writing: An interview with Stuart Forster

This Inside Travel Writing features an interview with Stuart Forster. An award-winning travel writer, Stuart is based in the north-east of England and has a global outlook. His work has been published by The Independent, Rough Guides, CNN and National Geographic Traveller, plus many other titles. Stuart also runs the […]

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Travel

A maple leaf on a stage hosting Canada 150 celebrations. Photo © 2017 Stuart Forster.

UK travel bloggers participate in Canada’s City Bloggers Plus project

Fifteen of the United Kingdom’s leading travel bloggers visited Canada during June to take part in the City Bloggers Plus project. They were based in separate Canadian cities a month before the country’s celebrations to mark 150 years since Confederation, ensuring a spread of coverage about things to do and […]

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Places

The Calgary skyline at night.

10 stomping reasons to stampede over to Calgary in Alberta, Canada

The Canadian city of Calgary, in Alberta, has vibrant culinary and craft beer scenes. With a smattering of museums and art galleries, plus plenty of shops, it proves a good base for a city break and exploring the surrounding countryside. Renowned for hosting the annual Calgary Stampede, which takes place […]

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Places

A polar bear close to Seal River Heritage Lodge near Churchill in Manitoba, Canada.

10 cool reasons to visit Manitoba, Canada

Manitoba is a Canadian province with much to offer visitors who enjoy wildlife and quality cuisine. With Arctic tundra, treeless taiga plus swathes of corn-producing prairie land it remains, for the most part, sparsely populated. Winnipeg, the vibrant provincial capital, has grown into a city with more than 750,000 inhabitants. […]

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