Singles travel can be a thrill or a grind, depending on how one plays it
Contrary to popular belief the hole in the ozone was not first discovered above Australia. Scientists in the Antarctic were the first to record the thinning of the ozone.
Back Roads is the harrowing survival story and autobiography of burnt-out Vancouver journalist Ted Ferguson, who in the early 1980s moved his family to the northern Alberta outback.
In just over a year, Edmonton Bon Ton Bakery owner Hilton Dinner has given away more than 8,000 reusable bags.
Pollination equals agriculture — it’s as simple as that. Yet two years after bees began disappearing across North America, Colony Collapse Disorder is still a worrisome topic.
The popularity of today’s slow movement isn’t just about food. A host of industries are embracing the philosophy of buying eco-friendly and local, including the design field.
Stretching 1.6 kilometres across Lethbridge’s Old Man River Valley, the High Level Bridge is one of the longest rail spans in the world – and this year, the iconic bridge is turning 100.
Since opening 12 years ago in Pigeon Lake, the Eco Café has earned a dedicated following for its signature dish — game-meat pie prepared with duck, pork and elk. But what keeps the foodies flocking back is chef and co-owner Tim Wood’s commitment to Alberta ingredients
The 1,900-hectare Ann and Sandy Cross Conservation Area, just southwest of Calgary, promotes habitat preservation with programs aimed primarily at youth.
Raptor rescue in the Alberta prairies was almost non-existent prior to 1982, which is when Colin Weir and Wendy Slaytor co-founded the first volunteer wildlife rescue centre in the province – the Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation.
Everything you always wanted to know about life insurance, but were afraid to ask. AMA life insurance advisor Yves Beauchesne has all the answers.
Is time running out for the mythical continent at the bottom of the world?
What has 110 locks and no door? Hint: The most beautiful canal in France, the Nivernais
Equine expert Lane Moore break with tradition
Is the fight to save Alberta’s great Bear a test case for protecting other endangered species in the province?
What do to in Palm Springs if you’ve barely got a weekend.
The gateway to the great outdoors without all the crowds of Banff
A visit to the strange and beautiful land of the Antarctica breaks every stereotype. It’s not the most hostile continent on Earth, as some have described it
You could call Tom Olson a protector, of sorts, a man doing his part to repopulate the plains with the once-iconic bison.
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