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Three Days Pedaling Canada’s Golden Triangle And Living To Tell About It
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Three Days Pedaling Canada’s Golden Triangle And Living To Tell About It

Think you got what it takes to do the three-day trek through Canada’s Golden Triangle? Maybe, just make sure to double bike-short it, things are about to get a little bumpy. By Jon Wick Last […]

Summit To Talk About
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Summit To Talk About

Apparently, summer is the season of summits. This year, Toronto is hosting the G20 — with much ado about something — and the Muskoka region of Ontario is hosting this year’s G8, with guest appearances […]

Montréal Is Not So Transparent
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Montréal Is Not So Transparent

It was a friend’s birthday weekend. We booked time off work, postponed the completion of our papers, and road-tripped to Quebec’s biggest city, Montreal. Amazingly, I had never been. By the end of the trip, […]

The Expeditioner’s April Travel Photo Contest Winner
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The Expeditioner’s April Travel Photo Contest Winner

It’s a car, it’s a bug, it’s an Olympic celebration on four wheels. Underneath all that, we’ve discovered it’s even more than any of those things. We are psyched to announce Jules Andre Brown as the winner […]

Know Your Passenger Rights!
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Know Your Passenger Rights!

I had no idea I could be compensated for a delay. I thought delays were just part and parcel of taking the plane,  domestic and international. Apparently we have rights as travelers, something worth considering when sitting […]

2010 Olympics Day 9: Downhill, Slalom, And The Human Missile Events
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2010 Olympics Day 9: Downhill, Slalom, And The Human Missile Events

Today officially marks the beginning of the end of this escapade through Vancouver and Whistler’s Olympics, but in true Wick style, I need to end it with a bang (insert innuendo here). By that I […]

What To Do At The 2010 Olympic Games
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What To Do At The 2010 Olympic Games

It’s almost ethereal to think that my home-and-native-land gets to host the 2010 Winter Olympics in just over a month. I am proud that British Columbia gets to flaunt its grandiose beauty to the world. […]

No Carry-Ons For U.S. Bound Passengers From Canada
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No Carry-Ons For U.S. Bound Passengers From Canada

Since Christmas, it appears that flyers bound for the U.S. from Canada are going to have to pack a little lighter. In the wake of an attempted attack on Delta Airline Flight 253, Canada has […]

Tips To Quench That Olympic Fever- There’s Still Time!
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Tips To Quench That Olympic Fever- There’s Still Time!

Don’t ask why, but I randomly searched to see if there were still tickets for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics coming up in February. Surprisingly, there were, and I gave a fist pump when I saw […]

A White Christmas
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A White Christmas

As a Canadian, I am always so proud and inspired when I hear or read about people actually enjoying the tortuous winter conditions the country has to offer. I think it´s great that they can […]