There is no question that Ontario is full of natural wonder and endless hiking trails and outdoor opportunities. As a result, this is many Canadians’ favourite pastime. However, prior to getting lost in nature, there are a few things that all hikers should know. This information will help them avoid danger and feel confident that if something were to happen, they are prepared.
There are far too many pet owners who don’t know what to do when an emergency arises with their four-legged friend. For pet owners who are ready to avoid the feeling of panic that may go along with this type of situation, they should invest in a pet CPR or first aid class to care for pets. These classes allow the owner to learn the basics of pet medical care during an emergency and help reduce the consequences that occur.
Many Canadians are opting to travel and vacation locally recently. There are several reasons for this trend in domestic travel. One of the most prevalent is the falling value of the Canadian dollar. Currently, one Canadian Dollar is equivalent to 1.38 U.S. dollars, which means traveling to the United States is more costly than ever before. This motivates many Canadians, of all ages, to stay local and reinvest in their own economy. Also, remaining local means their dollar will go further than in would with a U.S. vacation.
One of the favourite pastimes of the holidays is to relax and raise a glass with friends and family! It's the perfect time of year to indulge in more exoctic concotions than the standard mixes throughout the rest of the year. To help inspire your palate, we've scoured the web to compile a list of recipes for young and old, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, ranging from easy to more intricate blends!