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  1. Continuing Issues With Water Quality in First Nations Communities

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    Recently, the United Nations has called on Canada to address problems with drinking water in aboriginal communities. In 2005, a Canadian government report acknowledged that First Nations people living on reserves did not have the same access to drinkable water as other Canadians – and, over a decade later, this...
  2. Centreville And Chelsea Beach: Toronto’s Ultimate Family Destination #SeeTorontoNow

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    Ever heard of Centreville Theme Park or Chelsea Beach? During our recent whirlwind visit to Canada’s largest city, we spent time discovering this, much-loved by residents, yet often forgotten by tourists, part of Toronto. Situated within the Toronto Islands on Centre Island, Centreville and Chelsea Beach are fantastic family destinations...
  3. If You Get The Chance, Take It: Saying Goodbye To A Loved One

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    Most of the time, writing about travel, an event, or the latest and greatest product, comes naturally for me. But not today. All of that seems so unimportant right now. It was only four days ago that my dear 83-year-old mother lost her balance, fell, and broke her hip. A...
  4. 30 Fascinating Facts About Toronto, Canada #SeeTorontoNow

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    My family has a long and storied history with the city of Toronto. Some of my ancestors, on my mother’s side of the family, first settled in Toronto way back in the 1800’s when they arrived on Canadian shores from England. My great-grandfather was one of Toronto’s first wholesale grocers,...
  5. My Evening With Chef Marysol Foucault And Egg Farmers Of Canada #FarmToChef

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    I often accept invites to events around Ottawa partly as a means to experience something new, something different, and often, something wonderfully unexpected. My evening at Meat Press – Creative Charcuterie and Sandwich Shop, in Ottawa’s trendy Hintonburg area, was one of those unexpected delights – an unforgettable evening of “eggs-quisite”...
  6. Join Us For One Haute Evening At Ottawa’s Boobyball

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    I don’t usually talk boobies on the blog but, I’m about to make an exception. On October 28, 2016, Lago Bar And Grill at Dow’s Lake Pavilion in Ottawa, will be transformed into Paradise City for Ottawa’s 2nd Annual Boobyball in support of Rethink Breast Cancer. “Boobyball was launched in...
  7. IHG Holiday Inn Winnipeg Airport West Hotel: Like A Warm Hug From An Old Friend

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    **Disclosure: Canadian Blog House received compensation for this post from IHG. All opinions are our own. When most people think of memories of a great hotel stay, they think of a family vacation, maybe including sun, sand and surf. However, not all hotel stays are memorable because of the beach....
  8. Looking Up In Ottawa #MyOttawa

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    Have you ever thought about how much time we spend looking down when we walk around? How often do you look up at the world around you? I pondered this question myself as I spent a recent morning walking around downtown Ottawa. Normally when I’m downtown, I’m there to do...
  9. Soaring To New Heights In A Vintage Biplane With Breakaway Experiences

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    One of the greatest experiences of my life! That’s exactly what was going through my head as we soared high above downtown Ottawa and Parliament Hill on a warm July morning in a vintage Biplane owned by Ottawa Biplane Adventures. Thanks to Breakaway Experiences, we got to check another item...
  10. Working From Home In A Creative Home Office

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    Once thought of as highly irregular, more and more companies and business owners are giving their employees the green light to work from home. Not only does this allow the business to keep their overhead costs low, it’s a move that is also being recognized as a win by those...
  11. Bloggers Reveal Their Most Embarrassing Moments In Blogging

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    Life is full of embarrassing moments, isn’t it? Well, it sure is for me. Sometimes I feel like the queen of embarrassing moments with all the crazy things that have happened to me over the years. Luckily I am the type of person that can laugh at myself. This means...
  12. Homemade Pet Safe Treats ~ Advice From Dr. Ryan Llera

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    Finding treats that are both safe AND tasty for our pets can be a difficult task. That’s why I’m thrilled to introduce to you pet expert Dr. Ryan Llera, veterinarian with the Kingston Veterinary Clinic. My friend, Dr. Llera, agreed to share his tips on healthy and safe pet treats for...


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