Our Adventures in Peoria, Arizona's Hidden Gem

Miriam Porter | Posted 03.23.2017 | Canada Travel
Miriam Porter

Peoria is tucked away between Phoenix and Lake Pleasant and surrounded by rugged cactus and the Sonoran desert's breathtaking mountains. But despite being secluded there is plenty to do when traveling with kids. It was Noah's first time in the desert so of course we took endless smiling selfies with every unsuspecting cactus we encountered.

Trudeau Intervenes In Pay System Catastrophe That Hit Civil Servants

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 07.21.2016 | Canada Politics

The PM says he's taking a personal interest in finding a solution.

Wayne Gretzky's Chef: A Great One In His Own Right

Vacay.ca | Posted 04.29.2013 | Canada Living

The night Beau MacMillan first cooked for Wayne Gretzky, he was the one who was given Hall of Fame treatment. The chef offered some insight into what it was like to be that close to one of Canada's icons last week when he visited Toronto to help promote Scottsdale, Arizona as a travel destination.

Why Canadian Cities Should Look to Phoenix

Steve Lafleur | Posted 12.28.2012 | Canada Politics
Steve Lafleur

Municipal politicians are in positions in which they may abuse the public trust. These controversies should be a launching point for a broad discussion of how to improve municipal governance. Canadian cities need a new model, and for accountability, transparency, and efficiency, there is no better governance model than that in Phoenix, Arizona.

Can the Winnipeg Jets Win in a Loser Region?

David Gratzer | Posted 12.08.2011 | Canada
David Gratzer

As the game returns to Winnipeg, it says much about the country and its newfound prosperity. The anemic Loonie now trades near parity. The real estate market didn't collapsed and the federal government's debt-to-GDP ratio is about a third of America's.

NHL's "Southern Strategy" of Moving Canadian Teams Is a Failure

Bill Mann | Posted 08.08.2011 | Canada
Bill Mann

Canada is where NHL hockey belongs, not in the football-centric U.S. South, for crying out loud. A poll this week showed that Canucks-crazed Vancouverites are more excited about this Cup final series than they were about the 2010 Winter Olympics there.