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Canadian Thanksgiving – 5 Facts You Never Knew!

We Canadians have a lot to be thankful for when Canadian Thanksgiving rolls around. For one, we get to celebrate much earlier than our neighbours to the south, so we get to enjoy the warmish weather and brilliant foliage while we’re rubbing elbows with relatives. Sorry America - October is the real Thanksgiving! English navigator… Continue reading Canadian Thanksgiving – 5 Facts You Never Knew!

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Canada Day 2017 Events Windsor-Essex 

Here Are Some Canada Day 2017 Events You Won't Want To Miss! In Windsor: Canada Day Events in Windsor, Ontario will include the annual Canada Day Parade, cake cutting, buskers family entertainment, and a visit from Cirque Du Soliel's OvO Tour Cast. Where: The parade runs west along Wyandotte Street from Devonshire to Glengarry and… Continue reading Canada Day 2017 Events Windsor-Essex 

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Southwestern Ontario Wines You’re Sure to Love

Canada’s southernmost reach (along Lake Erie’s north shore) combines beach-front beauty and Ontario’s longest growing season—the intense summer heat and moderating lake breezes are perfect for producing full-bodied wines. Between sips, explore manicured gardens and meandering bike trails, fresh-produce stands and playful summer festivals, even majestic Carolinian forests and a renowned bird sanctuary. Lake Erie… Continue reading Southwestern Ontario Wines You’re Sure to Love

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5 Fun Fishing Facts Novices Don’t Know

1). Criss-Cross: Wonder why toothy walley rarely sheer your line, but muskie and pike do? Walleye might be toothy but the cross-sections of their teeth are round unlike the razor sharp teeth of muskie and pike. TIP: Tie a wire leader when catching esocids. 2). Turn The Lights Out: Ever wonder why the fish appear when the sun… Continue reading 5 Fun Fishing Facts Novices Don’t Know