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Exclusive interview: Cindy Ady – Alberta Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation

For this issue, the CBJ team was eager to have the opportunity to get to the heart of the tourism industry in Alberta—so we contacted the Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Cindy Ady. [...]

Kitchener Public Library

For many people, libraries bring to mind images of dusty shelves and begrudging visits for school projects. But city libraries have come a long way since the early days of paperbacks and card [...]

Whitehorse – The lifestlye capital of Canada

Whitehorse is the hidden gem on the Canadian crown, but that is changing. Today’s Whitehorse is a vibrant and modern city, attracting tourists who wish to experience the city’s [...]

Town of Truro – The commercial heart of Nova Scotia

The thriving town of Truro, Nova Scotia, is a small, 12,000 person community nestled in Colchester County in central Nova Scotia. This is no ordinary small town, as it proudly wears the label of [...]

Town of Amherst

With a population of just 9,500, the Town of Amherst, Nova Scotia is in fact the largest town in Cumberland County, with an impressive history that includes being the birth-place of four of the [...]

The Niagara Parks

Niagara Falls has long been a popular tourist destination. The spectacular Falls are an iconic symbol of natural beauty. The area itself, however, is a multi-faceted destination of beauty, [...]

Vancouver Public Library

There is an innately invigorating spirit to a library. A place where people gather to learn, observe, engage and expand the mind. An irreplaceable resource to a city, the public library is a [...]

The Deh Cho Bridge Project

Three years ago, the Minister of Transportation for the Northwest Territories (NWT) signed a Concession Agreement with the Deh Cho Bridge Commission (DCBC) to design, construct, finance and [...]

Public Works and Government Services Canada

It is difficult to overestimate the significance of Canada’s iconic Parliament buildings. Parliament Hill is a symbol of national pride for Canadians and one of the most recognisable [...]

City of Kelowna

The City of Kelowna, British Columbia, is part of the Regional District of Central Okanagan: a gorgeous landscape of Canadian country that includes Peachland, Lake Country, and the District of [...]

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