This Month’s Feature: Canadian Travel

Our April 2014 issue of Senior Living magazine focuses on travel within Canada.  Many seniors place travel at the top of their lifestyle priorities, making this group of seasoned adventurers a force to be reckoned with by the travel industry. In this issue, we are taken on a tour of Newfoundland’s unique landscape, including highlights featured in the popular TV series “The Republic of Doyle.”  Then it’s west to Quebec City, with its European charm and cobblestone streets, not to mention endless historic attractions. A short jaunt brings us to Ottawa where a tour of Canada’s new war museum is both awe inspiring and sobering at the same time. Then it’s off to the West Coast, for a sampling of Haida Gwaii’s aboriginal culture. Finally, we end this cornucopia of travel with a trip to Victoria, the Garden City of Canada, for a leisurely stroll through some of its popular attractions and exhibits.

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Creamed Hot Lobster Sandwich or Lobster Poutine

By Allrecipes | Apr 8, 2014

Creamed lobster over buttered toast is comfort food at its best. This is a very popular recipe in southwestern Nova Scotia. You can also pour the creamed lobster over fries and mozzarella for a lobster poutine. Read more...

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Top 10 tips to prepare your garden for Spring

By Thompson & Morgan on Apr 8, 2014

Winter is normally a quiet time in the garden but it won’t be long before spring arrives and you’ll be caught up in the frenzy of seed-sowing, growing, and nurturing your garden as it comes to life! Getting your garden in order early will help make the spring a little less hectic. Read more...

Granny Basketball

By Tracey Kelly on Apr 8, 2014

Granny basketball is a playful, fun-filled senior exercise activity that encourages women to stay fit in a non-traditional, social environment. Read more...

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