Publisher's Note

  • Publisher’s Note

    The year just flew by, it ’s barely 45 days and we’re into 2019.  It is amazing that with the change of season, that’s how fast we can feel that the year is almost over.  We started getting snow here and there and yet we’re still in the fall season. Mid-October to early November was a [...]

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Corregidor…The Rock

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by C.K.
On my recent visit to the Philippines, I decided to take the day tour to Corregidor.   For the longest time, I remember this as past of our Philippine History in high school.  I really did not have a clue to which province this island belong.  So I did my research from my friendly Wikipedia [...]


Visita Iglesia in the Philippines

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by: C.K.
I have lived in Calgary for over 22 years but for some reason, I’ve never experienced the real essence of Holy Week except for Good Friday.  So this year, I decided to visit Manila just in time for the Holy Week and promised myself that I will do what I’ve been hearing before from [...]


BIG VALLEY – Great Village

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Another exciting month of vacations and day trips is behind us so I’ll tell you about our day trip to Big Valley, Alberta. Although we traveled to Edmonton, Great Falls and Drumheller this month, Big Valley was a relaxing, leisurely drive out in the country. As usual, we made frequent stops along the way and [...]


Calgary’s Bridgeland Community

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Recently, my wife Ludy and I had reason to carry out business in the Bridgeland Community of Calgary. Seeing as it was a sunny and warm spring evening, we decided to do some exploring. I knew that it had experienced numerous significant changes and additions because of the demolition of the Calgary General Hospital in [...]


Philippine Destinations for Your 2017 Getaways

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Boracay is a small island in the central Philippines. It’s known for its resorts and beaches. Along the west coast, White Beach is backed by palm trees, bars and restaurants. On the east coast, strong winds make Bulabog Beach a hub for water sports. Nearby, the observation deck on Mount Luho offers panoramic views [...]


In Case of Nuclear War…

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In the 1960’s, during the “Cold War” a company decided to build a high-tech, ultra-secure storage facility, overlooking Lac des Arcs near Canmore, Alberta. A deep tunnel was dug into Mt. McGillivray, along with several chambers, or storage rooms. It had hoped to use the facility, located 200 metres below the mountain’s western slope [...]


Day Trip to Cayley, Alberta and Area

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I recently had some time to spare and a full tank of fuel in one of our vehicles while my wife Ludy was in the Philippines. On a beautiful, sunny day in January I decided to go for a drive down some back roads. Being Saturday I avoided the congested highways to the west of [...]


Ram Falls Provincial Park

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Wow! What an awesome weekend! While most people in our city did their usual weekend routine – those things that take neither a brain, nor physical effort – shopping, talking, eating…I loaded up the car with a few snacks and headed for the mountains. Unlike the majority, I am not burdened with insecurity; I can [...]


Art in Island: One of a Kind Trick Art Museum

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by C.K.
I once saw on one of the po
st of my former student on fb about this museum.  I was amazed with how the pictures looks so real.  I asked her where this place was and she said it’s in Quezon City and it’s called Art in Island.  So I told myself that if ever [...]


Day Trip to Ghost Lake and Seebee Dam

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Although we have had a little bit of cold weather and some snow this winter, there is no reason to stop living. With my wife off to the Philippines for 5 weeks I chose a warm day, loaded up a thermos of steaming coffee and some snacks and headed out on a beautiful Tuesday morning.
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