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    November 20, 2017
  • Parc de Paix International du Glacier Waterton
    Parc de Paix International du Glacier Waterton
    guestBook Livre d'Or Reasons to love Waterton

    There are countless reasons to love Waterton, and every time I walk out my front door, I can’t believe I am lucky enough to call it “home”. The stunning mountain vistas and the seemingly endless diversity of wildlife and wildflowers landed it a Unesco World Heritage Site and part of the world’s first International Peace Park.

    There’s just something about winding your way up a mountain trail to a crystal clear glacial lake with an uninterrupted view that makes my heart race—and not just from the exercise. It’s a place where you can hike, bike, and kayak all day and then stroll down the idyllic main street with an ice-cream cone in hand while you roam the many shops and restaurants. And be sure to keep your eyes
    peeled because in Waterton, it’s hard to go a day without encountering wildlife up close and personal. You're in their territory now!

    So come join me as I continue to explore my backyard and I promise you won’t be disappointed! We’ll visit the iconic Prince of Wales Hotel with the unbeatable view. We’ll climb up Bear’s Hump and try not to be blown away (literally and figuratively). And who knows? We may even make friends with a moose along the way! From a distance, of course.

    5 Reasons to Visit Waterton

    1. Waterton was designated as an International Peace Park along with Glacier National Park in Montana as a way to establish peace and goodwill between the two neighboring countries. Today, both parks work together for the preservation of the ecosystem, bridging gaps often created by borders.
    2. Waterton is known for being “where the prairies meet the mountains”. The mountains are dramatic and stunning due to the obvious lack of foothills.
    3. Waterton is the Wildflower Capital of Canada and every summer there is a festival celebrating the beautiful flora of the Canadian Rockies.
    4. Waterton is home to hundreds of animal species with frequent sightings of fox, bear, elk, mountain sheep, and sometimes even moose!
    5. Waterton is often considered a “hidden gem” in Canada, and those who are lucky enough to visit are rewarded with virtually untouched terrain, just waiting to be explored.

  • March 8, 2017
  • February 11, 2017
  • Observatoire de la Capitale
    Observatoire de la Capitale
    guestBook Livre d'Or Visiting the Observatoire in Autumn / Visiter l'Observatoire à l'automne

    When I visited the Observatoire in the Autumn I was very impressed by the vista. I could see all the way from the Appalachian Foothills to the Laurentians and from Île d’Orléans to beyond the bridges, accompanied by a leaved carpet as far as the eye could see. It was a truly impressive view.

    Quand j'ai visité l'Observatoire à l'automne, j'ai été très impressionné par la vue. Je pouvais voir tout le chemin depuis les contreforts des Appalaches jusqu'aux Laurentides et de l'Île d'Orléans à au-delà des ponts, accompagné d'un tapis de feuillage à perte de vue. Une vue vraiment sans-égale!

  • January 16, 2017
  • Charlevoix
    Charlevoix
    guestBook Livre d'Or My favourite part of Charlevoix / Ma partie préférée de Charlevoix

    When I visited Charlevoix I enjoyed learning about the culture and heritage of this vibrant region. It is truly unique.

    Quand j'ai visité Charlevoix, j'ai aimé apprendre la culture et le patrimoine de cette région animée. C'est vraiment unique.

  • Université Mount Allison
    Université Mount Allison
    guestBook Livre d'Or 2013 graduate

    I graduated from Mount Allison in 2013 and I can honestly say the four years I spent in Sackville were some of the best days of my life. As the description of the site above describes, I made some lifetime friends that I would have never met elsewhere. I am so thankful for my short time at MTA, where I studied International Relations and Geography. I loved the courses, the professors, the classmates, the discussions, the swim team, the library...

    I could go on. Lovely university, and time well-spent on my part.

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    November 20, 2017
  • Parc de Paix International du Glacier Waterton
    Parc de Paix International du Glacier Waterton
    guestBook Livre d'Or Reasons to love Waterton

    There are countless reasons to love Waterton, and every time I walk out my front door, I can’t believe I am lucky enough to call it “home”. The stunning mountain vistas and the seemingly endless diversity of wildlife and wildflowers landed it a Unesco World Heritage Site and part of the world’s first International Peace Park.

    There’s just something about winding your way up a mountain trail to a crystal clear glacial lake with an uninterrupted view that makes my heart race—and not just from the exercise. It’s a place where you can hike, bike, and kayak all day and then stroll down the idyllic main street with an ice-cream cone in hand while you roam the many shops and restaurants. And be sure to keep your eyes
    peeled because in Waterton, it’s hard to go a day without encountering wildlife up close and personal. You're in their territory now!

    So come join me as I continue to explore my backyard and I promise you won’t be disappointed! We’ll visit the iconic Prince of Wales Hotel with the unbeatable view. We’ll climb up Bear’s Hump and try not to be blown away (literally and figuratively). And who knows? We may even make friends with a moose along the way! From a distance, of course.

    5 Reasons to Visit Waterton

    1. Waterton was designated as an International Peace Park along with Glacier National Park in Montana as a way to establish peace and goodwill between the two neighboring countries. Today, both parks work together for the preservation of the ecosystem, bridging gaps often created by borders.
    2. Waterton is known for being “where the prairies meet the mountains”. The mountains are dramatic and stunning due to the obvious lack of foothills.
    3. Waterton is the Wildflower Capital of Canada and every summer there is a festival celebrating the beautiful flora of the Canadian Rockies.
    4. Waterton is home to hundreds of animal species with frequent sightings of fox, bear, elk, mountain sheep, and sometimes even moose!
    5. Waterton is often considered a “hidden gem” in Canada, and those who are lucky enough to visit are rewarded with virtually untouched terrain, just waiting to be explored.

  • March 8, 2017
  • February 11, 2017
  • Observatoire de la Capitale
    Observatoire de la Capitale
    guestBook Livre d'Or Visiting the Observatoire in Autumn / Visiter l'Observatoire à l'automne

    When I visited the Observatoire in the Autumn I was very impressed by the vista. I could see all the way from the Appalachian Foothills to the Laurentians and from Île d’Orléans to beyond the bridges, accompanied by a leaved carpet as far as the eye could see. It was a truly impressive view.

    Quand j'ai visité l'Observatoire à l'automne, j'ai été très impressionné par la vue. Je pouvais voir tout le chemin depuis les contreforts des Appalaches jusqu'aux Laurentides et de l'Île d'Orléans à au-delà des ponts, accompagné d'un tapis de feuillage à perte de vue. Une vue vraiment sans-égale!

  • January 16, 2017
  • Charlevoix
    Charlevoix
    guestBook Livre d'Or My favourite part of Charlevoix / Ma partie préférée de Charlevoix

    When I visited Charlevoix I enjoyed learning about the culture and heritage of this vibrant region. It is truly unique.

    Quand j'ai visité Charlevoix, j'ai aimé apprendre la culture et le patrimoine de cette région animée. C'est vraiment unique.

  • Université Mount Allison
    Université Mount Allison
    guestBook Livre d'Or 2013 graduate

    I graduated from Mount Allison in 2013 and I can honestly say the four years I spent in Sackville were some of the best days of my life. As the description of the site above describes, I made some lifetime friends that I would have never met elsewhere. I am so thankful for my short time at MTA, where I studied International Relations and Geography. I loved the courses, the professors, the classmates, the discussions, the swim team, the library...

    I could go on. Lovely university, and time well-spent on my part.