Montreal, Canada

Montreal - Only place i would want to live in the winter. Snow covered, but still colorful and happy.

Canada being Canada

Canada being Canada

As the harsh winter washes over us, it's amazing images like this that remind us to go outside and enjoy the majesty of snow and ice. Actually, let someone else go outside and take photos. It's cold.

Clearly Canadian

I'm not a fan of flavored water, but I LOVED Clearly Canadian in high school.

Canadian Flag "Cake" - don't know about you, but we're certainly excited! check out the video at!

Canada Day Flag Cake- White or For Canada Day! red cake with white frosting. Then, arrange sliced strawberries like the Canadian Flag.


Berry Head Arch, Canada: This magnificent sea arch is located on the Spurwink Trail, along the East Coast Trail. To get to the arch, find the East Coast Trail trailhead at Port Kirwan. From here, it is about a one way hike to the arch.

One of the most intriguing rock formations recently discovered by Google Earth spotters is the strange rock formation in the prairies of central Canada that looks like the face of an Indian. The rock formation is in Alberta, Canada about 300km southeast of Calgary, near the border with Saskatchewan. The rock formation's "face" measures about 255m across and it's about 225m long. You can check it out in Google Maps or just enter 50° 0'38.20"N 110° 6'48.32"W in Google Earth.

This amazing shot was taken over Alberta, Canada. Quite clearly a face can be seen in what appears to be Native American headdress. The face has since been nicknamed the “Badlands Guardian”.

John Candy (1950 -1994), was one of Canada's greatest & funniest character actors. Well-known for his roles in Uncle Buck (1989) & Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987). Born in Toronto, Ontario, Candy found his passion for drama while attending a community college. His big success came at the age 27 in the comedy group "Second City" in Toronto. Alongside such soon-to-be Canadian stars as Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Rick Moranis, & Harold Ramis,he was also part of  televisions "SCTV" (1976)

John Candy 1950 - 1994 gone way to soon. had the pleasure of meet ing John in Sauble Beach 27 years ago hitting a bucket of golf balls at the Pinewoods