You wouldn’t believe how popular the yearly Tulip Festival is. Busloads of tourists suddenly show up to take pictures of flower beds and it’s almost impossible to find a parking spot around Dow’s Lake.
Monthly Archives: May, 2017
I still don’t consider Ottawa my “hometown” even though use of this word is appropriate since it is my fixed residence.
What happens after you send a query letter? You can either use hard data on hand to figure out if you stand a chance or create several scenarios in your head.
The Antarctic represents one of the last great pristine wildernesses left on Earth. It’s a…
It might be snowing in Quebec and raining in Edmonton, clear in Whistler and stormy…
France has a new president, democracy is safe and I was interviewed live on CBC. Enjoy my deer in the headlights look!
The different jobs I had taught me practical skills but also provided numerous clues to decipher Canadian culture.
“This is NOT a gun!” “That’s right. This is just a ‘T’ you happen to hold like a gun.”
At first, rain was good news. Non-frozen water falling from the sky meant temperatures were going up and we were transitioning into spring.
The queue at each food truck was as impressive as the skills displayed to eat poutine standing up without staining ties and skirts.