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Yukon: The Rush to the North

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Every day from mid-May to mid-September, between 9000 and 10,000 cruise passengers calling at Skagway, Alaska, a village of restored so kitschy and commercial. Some come to buy a diamond, visit the museum Chilkoot Trail, attend The Red Onion Saloon, the former brothel rebuilt at the corner of Broadway Street and 2 nd Avenue. Clamped […]

In Quebec, the roots of the Innu culture

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Prior to being a pioneer mining town, Schefferville was known for being a place of passage of caribou. The Innu gave them an appointment at the time of the Indian summer in order to hunt . A from the 1960s, this traditional activity has allowed the development of outfitters, places fully equipped to receive hunters […]

Wild Immersion in New Brunswick

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

Dusk rises, the senses awaken and elk roam. It’s time to go to meet them. Roni Ward leads the hunt with ease. For three thousand years, the Mi’kmaq ancestors have lived in contact with nature, on the east coast of Canada. “My grandfather and my uncles taught me to drive the momentum since I was […]