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Celebrating Canada’s diversity

I suppose one of the advantages of getting to a certain age is the view it offers of how dramatically things have changed, in so many ways. Whatever may be happening elsewhere in the world that is troubling and worrisome, my country, Canada, has chan...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 10, 2016

Celebrating Canada’s diversity

I suppose one of the advantages of getting to a certain age is the view it offers of how dramatically things have changed, in so many ways. Whatever may be happening elsewhere in the world that is troubling and worrisome, my country, Canada, has chan...
by Finding Hope Ness on May 10, 2016

Messing Around in Montreal; Trek America Canadian Roadtrip Day 20

We arrived in Montreal beneath an unforgiving grey sky. The city stretched away into a smoky horizon, bringing home to us once more that we had well and truly left the wilderness of the mountains and prairies behind us.Up at the viewpoint, we witness...
by La Lingua on May 4, 2016

Vancouver area benchmark house price up 30% in 1 year

The insanity, it seems, is not over. Despite ongoing warnings from the CMHC that the Vancouver housing prices are overvalued and have outpaced the economic fundamentals in the city, they keep climbing. In the past year, the benchmark price for a deta...

Another Potential Win for Canadian Investors

Was happy to notice a wee blurb in Monday May 2 ,2016's Globe and Mail entitled "The investment industry's growing unrest over hidden fees" by Clare O'Hara.( section B--pages 1 and 7)There is more hope on the horizon for those Canucks who still insis...
by You Can Know Anything on May 3, 2016

A Day in Ottawa: Trek America Canadian Roadtrip Day 19

It's been nine months since we came home and yet I'm still writing about our Canadian Roadtrip with Trek America! Going over the photos now, it feels like years ago. Nine months doesn't seem like that much time, especially when entire years seem to p...
by La Lingua on May 1, 2016

04/19/16 #Review of Canadian Dollar #Loonie #Free

Canadian $The Bank of Canada (BoC)'s attempt to kick start an economy struggling falling energy prices through interest rate cuts has been ineffective at best. Canada's largely resource based economy simply does not respond well to domestic monetary...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Apr 29, 2016

Camo & Arrows

Arrow Tee | Camo Pants | Tote Bag | Sandals I have a secret obsession with finding the perfect tee. It has to be the right length, have the right neckline, sleeves and of course pass the “feel” test, oh and extra points if...
by Cashmere & Camo on Apr 25, 2016

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau confirms beheading of hostage by Abu Sayyaf

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada has expressed outrage over the beheading of John Ridsdel, one of two Canadian citizens held hostage by the Abu Sayyaf Group since September 2015. “On behalf of the Government of Canada and all Canadians, I wo...
by The Filipino Scribe on Apr 25, 2016

Canada Considering Asset Recycling to Public Pension Funds

---> NewsThe Liberals, the oldest federal political party in Canada, is considering making public assets available to non-government investors such as public pension funds. Theory behind asset recycling is as follows: Asset recycling offers deep po...
by Eric De Groot's Insights on Apr 25, 2016

C&C Weekly

This has been a big week for me, my technology skills are flying off the charts as I have learned some more blog optimization skills and of course the all important Snapchat. I’ll be honest, I’m not sure I really understand it and how peo...
by Cashmere & Camo on Apr 22, 2016

The Drill Down 422: Virtually There

[Photo courtesy of Wired] This week, crucial news for Windows QuickTime users, Netflix and Amazon Prime video price changes, BlackBerry’s encryption key is in the hands of the government, the future of VR, and should all locks have keys? All this...
by Geeks of Doom on Apr 22, 2016

Flare Game

Flare Jeans | Striped Tank | Shoes | Necklace This spring has been so gorgeous, I’ve been pinching myself over all this beautiful weather we’ve been having, maybe Calgary is the new banana belt? It’s the perfect time...
by Cashmere & Camo on Apr 18, 2016

Wandering Around Toronto WITH A Plan: Trek America Canadian Roadtrip Day 18.. Part 2...

Following on from a morning of wandering around aimlessly and stumbling upon small clues that Toronto was actually one of the coolest cities around, we met Michele's friend in the shadow of the CN Tower. Having moved to the city from his native Milan...
by La Lingua on Apr 18, 2016

SATURATED color

Perfectly executed saturated color -wow.  Design by Olivia O'Bryan Interiors.
by My Notting Hill on Apr 16, 2016

Scramble in the Rockies: Mount Baldy (video post)

Quick Stats: Mount Baldy Location: One hour away from Calgary, Alberta, in Kananaskis Country just outside Banff National Park. Elevation: 2193 metres Round-trip time: 4-6 hours Difficulty: Moderate (due to the crux, which is about 2/3rds of the wa...
by Marie Away on Apr 12, 2016

Western Flare

Necklace | Tank Top | Fringe Skirt | Antler Ring Moving to the country has inspired my wardrobe to a new direction. Maybe it’s the vista’s or the surrounding landscape, but I feel more adventuresome or bolder in trying new...
by Cashmere & Camo on Apr 11, 2016

Tulip festivals around the world

Tulips are considered the harbinger of Spring. A tulip festival allows locals to see them as well as tourists enjoy the attraction. Following are some of the Tulip festivals from... The post Tulip festivals around the world appeared first on Best Pla...
by best places of interest on Apr 6, 2016

My Favorite Online Western Boutiques

I love a great boutique find. Give me a truck and a road trip and I am sure to sniff out some gems in every little town. Today I wanted to share with you some of the online western boutiques I’ve stumbled across that you may want to check out.
by Cashmere & Camo on Apr 6, 2016

Casual Spring Days

Print Linen Tee | Cargo Pants | Denim Jacket | Tote Bag After some fabulous weather this weekend, spring seems to be here. And just as spring cleanup and yard work is a given, so it seems are cargo pants and denim for me. I’m...
by Cashmere & Camo on Apr 4, 2016


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