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Finishing Off Our 3,200 KM Road Trip Exploring Northern Ontario

On the last episode…We traveled from Toronto to Thunder Bay in a brand new, fully-loaded 2017 Ford Explorer SUV and explored some of Northern Ontario, further than some people in the city have even thought about going. This instalment finishes off that 3,200 KM road trip on some of the...Read More



WATCH: $114 Million CAD Worth of Aston Martin’s Have A Day Off

Wouldn’t it be great to just let loose at work? Maybe you are working 9-to-5 and just want to go Office Space on your workplace, while not getting caught from your boss. What would that be like in the new St. Athan’s Plant for Aston Martin? Looks like it would result in...Read More

Campari Creates Killer In Red Cinematic Short Film

Campari wants to take you into their world. They want you to experience a time and a place of desire, cunning conversation and devilish desire. A world surrounded by a killer story. Killer in Red | Short Film This short film was written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino, well-known Italian...Read More

Nespresso Takes Your Morning Coffee On Two New Explorations

Coffee comes from many places in the world, but rarely those places are highlighted. Some coffee companies are more open about the countries they obtain their beans from. Some customers don’t even explore where their coffee is even from. Let’s change that, please. Nespresso has launched two new unique, limited...Read More

Time To Exchange Your Wine Bottle For A Niagara Beer Bottle

When you typically think of Niagara on the Lake, you typically think of wine country. There are plenty of alcoholic grape juice harvesters out there, but there has been big steps in the beer business in the Niagara region too. Enter The Exchange Brewery A new business on the block...Read More

Training Yourself To Enjoy A Weekend in Montreal

Montreal is a popular but so vastly different city than major cities around it, like Toronto and Ottawa. The city is built so beautifully with elevation changes, historic buildings and a particular focus on architecture and spacing. What I really liked specifically was the ‘of-course’ mentality they have with architecture and...Read More