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WEIRD AND WONDERFUL CANADA

We understand the restrictions on travel during the coronavirus pandemic. But like you, we dream of travelling again, and are publishing these stories with future trips in mind. Some people say that we love someone or something despite their peculiarities, but I believe it’s the quirks and idiosyncrasies that actually inspire the deepest kind of love. With its immense and beautiful landscapes, Canada is easy to love. And when you look beyond the surface, there are plenty of eccentricities to appreciate. Here are just a few of Canada’s most unusual nature hot spots to help you fall in lasting love with our big beautiful country.

FIRST RESPONDER DISCOUNTS GUIDE: THE ULTIMATE LIST OF STORES

This list currently contains over 200 brands and is broken down into 22 categories. It can be downloaded and saved for reference purposes by firefighters, law enforcers, state troopers, disaster response personnel, EMTs, paramedics, and rescue team members.

HEALTHY MINDS: HOW TODAY'S SENIORS' HOMES EXERCISE MINDS

When it comes to brain health, there are two risk factors that you can’t control: genetics and aging. That leaves lots of opportunity to improve your long-term brain function, and possibly your quality of life in the bargain. The secret seems to lie in continuing to challenge yourself, mentally and physically and even socially. As Mary Schulz, director of education for the Alzheimer Society of Canada, explains, “It’s about mixing it up a little, getting out there and being engaged in life, whatever that means for the person.”

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