Each winter in Yellowknife, a stunning ice castle is built directly onto the Great Slave Lake, designed and ruled by a legendary local character known as the Snow King. Local Bucket List correspondent Tandi Wilkinson requests a royal audience.
Tis the season…to strap on the boots! Some are famed for their powder, others for their villages. While you wait for the next chair, here’s a list of Canada’s Top 10 Ski Resorts.
Keep your boots on, drink some beer. Après Ski is a magical moment when your mind and muscles actually deserve a drink. Fortunately, there’s enough action happening off the slopes at Canada’s premier resorts to make Après-Ski an activity in itself. Here’s a snapshot from around the country.
Yellowknife’s 20,000 people live in a city spread across the shores of the massive Great Slave Lake. With the boom in mining, the city is known as the Diamond Capital of North America, literally “the place of money” in the local Tlicho language. But diamonds are not the only reason the city sparkles.