December 29, 2020

Writing on Stone

Writing on Stone Provincial Park is a UNESCO world heritage site. It received this designation because it contains over 50 petroglyph sites, making it the greatest […]
November 22, 2020

Hunt Lake Trail’s Forgotten Loop

Hunt Lake Trail is one of Manitoba’s most popular hikes. It’s a 12.6-kilometre out and back hike that goes past Hunt Lake and then follows along […]
October 14, 2020

We Hiked up a Mountain and Discovered 145 Million Year Old Fossils

I’ve always heard that there were fossilized sea creatures atop mountains, specifically in the Himalayas, but out of the many peaks I’ve ascended, I’d never actually […]
October 10, 2020

Manitoba Wildlife

In June 2020, I decided to try and capture all the wildlife in Manitoba. As of October, I have 16 different species of animals.
August 15, 2020

The Place Where the Lynx Dwells – Pisew Falls

They call it “the place where the lynx dwells” because the hissing of the falling water sounds like the growl of a lynx. The name Pisew […]
July 2, 2020

A Northern Manitoba Adventure at Clearwater Lake

If you want a taste of Northern Manitoba, Clearwater Lake Provincial Park has what you want. Located seven and a half hours from Winnipeg, and half […]
May 13, 2020

Lost Gold in Manitoba? It Could Be out There Somewhere

According to local legend, back in 1868, a Canadian Soldier was travelling by horse along Dawson Trail, towards Fort Garry, with payroll for General Wolseley’s troops. […]
May 3, 2020

Assiniboine Forest

Assiniboine Forest is located within Winnipeg city limits. It’s one of the largest urban forests in Canada. It contains hiking trails, a pond and even some […]
March 24, 2020

COVID-19 has left Winnipeg’s Malls Empty and the Pictures are Haunting

Evenings at Winnipeg’s shopping centres are usually busy, however, that’s not the case anymore. The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the nature of retail businesses across […]