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This Month’s Feature: Canadian Travel

Senior Living's April issue highlights Canadian travel. With summer approaching, there’s no better time to hit the road! If your plans have you heading east, unwind in Canada’s smallest province with sun-soaked beaches, quaint fishing villages and a golfer’s paradise. While you’re in the neighbourhood, let your adventure take you to Nova Scotia’s emerald provincial parks for peace and picnics. Don’t skip a trip the iconic Peggy’s Cove, but be sure to hang on to your hat lest it get swept away into the Atlantic. Closer to home, a hiking tour of Sun Peaks offers a bounty of colourful wildflowers amid evergreens and mountainscapes. The view will take your breath away! For more wilderness adventure, hop over to Pender Island to catch a glimpse of the majestic bald eagles that have made the island their home. A trip to the north explores the many facets of Dawson City, Yukon. Take an historical walk down the dusty roads of this boom-to-bust Klondike Gold Rush town. Finally, if you missed this year’s Senior Expo, check out this issue’s pictorial look at the day’s event, including our first-ever fashion show featuring Spring styles from Canadian designer Simon Chang. You won’t want to miss Expo 2016!

 

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Thin strips of chicken breast are simmered in broth with jalapeños, onion, garlic and lime and then combined with avocado and topped with crisp corn tortilla strips in this spicy soup. Read more...

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