A few tips on how to avoid the varsity blues
AMA’s community-driven approach work to help aging drivers stay mobile and safer on the roads.
In 1907, when Oklahoma earned statehood status and implemented segregation laws, several black families fled north to Alberta’s Amber Valley, just east of Athabasca. The journey was arduous – many even walked the 150 kilometres from Edmonton to the valley – and, upon arrival, the work was hard. But the immigrants cleared forests, built log homes and started farms from scratch with only limited knowledge of northern crops and conditions.
The latest trend in interpretive centre design involves building sense-of-place portals that are greener than the scenery.
Twenty years ago most of the grapes growing in the Okanagan were jelly fodder. Today the valley is home to 88 wineries, four major wine festivals and a growing reputation.
AMA Road Reports are more mobile and more connected than ever.