22 ways to minimize your cottage trash this summer

22 ways to minimize your cottage trash this summer

There’s only one thing worse than having to leave the cottage after a long weekend—and that’s having to deal with the trash.

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5 property maintenance techniques that harm the environment

5 property maintenance techniques that harm the environment

Property maintenance has the potential to do serious environmental damage, and here are some of the biggest offenders.

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9 everyday items that could save your life in an emergency

9 everyday items that could save your life in an emergency

Learn how a little improvising and some creative adaptation can actually save your life.

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5 ways to loosen up in Lunenberg, Nova Scotia

5 ways to loosen up in Lunenberg, Nova Scotia

Don't land in Lunenberg before consulting our travel guide to this quaint seaside town.

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Stunning gallery of melting ice caps portrays a beautiful disaster

Stunning gallery of melting ice caps portrays a beautiful disaster

Photographer Daniel Beltrá took some incredibly beautiful images of ancient ice giving way to the changing temperatures.

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Don’t expect to make par on this makeshift iceberg golf course

Don't expect to make par on this makeshift iceberg golf course

This paddleboarder can't wait for the golf course to open.

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Logging puts world’s largest eagle colony at risk in B.C. old-growth forest

Logging puts world’s largest eagle colony at risk in B.C. old-growth forest

In B.C.’s Fraser Valley, 40-hectares of old-growth forest and the world’s largest eagle colony are at risk.

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How to identify Canada’s 5 rabbit and hare species

How to identify Canada's 5 rabbit and hare species

Spring has sprung, so be sure to keep your eye out for these little guys bounding across a field near you.

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Rare white deer spotted in Northern B.C.

Rare white deer spotted in Northern B.C.

Spirit Deer: a spiritual symbol or merely the result of a genetic mutation?

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Banff National Park reminds visitors to be bear aware after first sighting of the season

Banff National Park reminds visitors to be bear aware after first sighting of the season

Known as The Boss to locals, the 600-pound male bear is the first confirmed bear sighting this spring.

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