Canada has a new road and it leads to the Arctic Ocean (our first). The Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway offers a 138-kilometres for adventurous road trippers. If you dream of tackling it, learn how in my latest story for Canadian Geographic Travel here.
Toasting the midnight sun in Whitehorse is a summer tradition but there’s another reason to raise a glass at one of the Yukon’s sustainability pioneers. [Read more…]
What does wine aged in a pyramid have in common with wine made by owl lovers? Both organizations are leaders in sustainability as I discovered researching my latest story for Roadstories.ca
Drinking this wine might give you a hangover but you won’t have a guilty conscience. Learn why in my latest story Sustainable Tourism in B.C.’s Okanagan Wine Country
Have you visited any of these vineyards? Does it make a difference if they use sustainable practices? I’d love to hear from you.
Winning second place for Best Environmental/Responsible Tourism Feature for my story on Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest was almost as good as seeing the bears that give the region it’s name.
The article “Where the Wild Things Are” was featured in BCFerries OnBoard magazine in 2017. If you haven’t already been to the Great Bear Rainforest, make plans to go. In the meantime you can find out what you’re missing here.
Thanks to Jill Foran, RedPoint Media for her terrific editing skills and giving me the chance to tell this story.