With so many winterized cottages, cabins, chalets, and yurts (yes, yurts) across Canada, cottage "season" can be a thing of the past. This winter, keep your hair smelling like campfire even when there's snow on the ground with this list of the coziest and coolest all-Canadian getaways.
Mara Sofferin is a Toronto-based marketing professional and the co-founder and Director of Save Our Women and Rock Your Cause. Mara advocates for increased cooperation between the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors in developing creative and engaging philanthropic campaigns in our local and global communities.
I arrived at St. Maarten's Princess Julia International Airport in the late afternoon, only a compact carry-on in hand. I was advised to pack light: space is limited on a sailboat and realistically passengers don't require anything other than some swimsuits and industrial-strength sunscreen.
07/27/2016 03:11 EDT
With design-driven hotels, epic surf breaks, seaside music festivals, and a bold local food scene, Barbados is unbeatable. Forget having a destination wedding, have a vacation wedding you and your guests will never forget!
07/26/2016 12:07 EDT
Perhaps the notion of voluntarily opting into more snow was so twisted I couldn't help but to be intrigued. But, this year as spring sprung, I took the plunge toward perpetual winter and packed my bags for a long weekend in Alberta's Banff National Park, home to the longest ski season in North America.
04/19/2013 08:29 EDT
Currently working on new projects with National Geographic and Harper Collins books, this Canada crowned-jewel has yet to meet an audience he cannot captivate. And here he is, Les "Survivorman" Stroud to tell us about his favorite aspects of cottage country!
05/14/2012 04:04 EDT
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04/24/2012 09:17 EDT
How is it that within 24 hours we turned Stop KONY 2012 -- a campaign that was supposed to be about LRA affected individuals in need -- into an embarrassingly narcissistic debate about our societal status quo? Kony 2012 involves us, but isn't about us.
03/08/2012 05:23 EST
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