Posts Tagged ‘algonquin park’

A Conversation with Shannon MacLaggan

May 16, 2019

“To be able to slow down and feel Mama Natures embrace, thats life changing. And that a really beautiful thing to witness in your participants.”

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Painting the Canvas: Exploring the life of Tom Thomson

June 27, 2017

At times, our history can seem unreachable. Today, when we see the past in photographs, the black and white images can feel unrelatable and washed

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The Canoe (full movie)

February 17, 2017

The Canoe. It’s a Canadian Icon. A symbol of exploration, adventure, nature connection. Canoeing Algonquin Park was the way we first found connection to this

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Seeking The Change, by Gwenith Kikkawa (CCSS Collective Member)

April 16, 2015

I was comfortable. After a few years of adjusting to many big life changes, I found myself returning to a feeling of being comfortable. I

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The Secret Life of Bees at Algonquin Park

July 8, 2014

A few weeks ago, Martha and Todd Lucier, co-founders of Northern Edge Algonquin took a weekend course in beekeeping at Boards Honey Farm in Restoule

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Catch the Wave

June 19, 2014

You might see something strange when traveling our wonderful winding backcountry road to Kawawaymog lake at Algonquin Park. It’s not the moose, turtles, deer, porcupine,

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Time Flies – reconnecting with our Algonquin Park guests from years gone by

May 14, 2014

Two years ago we received a return visit from a family from Europe that was returning to Northern Edge Algonquin after a 10 year gap

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Top Ten Things to Do in Algonquin Park this Summer

April 9, 2014

Algonquin Park holds memories for millions of people who have had the opportunity to visit Canada’s most accessible wilderness park. ¬†At different times of the

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A Taste of Maple at Algonquin Park

April 7, 2014

Every spring we look forward to the longer, sunnier, warmer days that melt the snow and bring the lakes, rivers and streams back to life

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Algonquin Park – West is Best for those looking to experience Summer Camp for Grownups

April 2, 2014

Algonquin’s westside is really not just for people looking for a more adventurous way to explore Algonquin Park, it’s also a great destination for the

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