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‘Sense of Place’ with Ottawa Bio-sphere Eco-City

Yesterday, I had been invited to be a panelist for an Ottawa presentation about sustainability, and why “sense of place” is important. It was an educational and inspiring day to hear from the other panelists invited by the OBEC, or Ottawa Biosphere Eco-city. See http://obec-evbo.ca/event/sense-of-place-workshop-ottawa-biosphere-eco-city I’d shared … Continue reading

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Sustainable Tourism – and – Why it Matters When You Travel

  Sustainability tourism is on the rise. After a fab morning meeting with Elmwood students, I was interviewed with Ashish Sanghrajka on Daytime Ottawa about why sustainability tourism should matter when you travel. We followed up our energizing morning with … Continue reading

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Foster an Orphan Elephant

If you’re thinking about travel with kids that will make a difference to the world you live in, have a look at this picture of Prince Harry at Kensington Royal shared on Instagram. Prince Harry has done a lot of … Continue reading

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Big Five Tours – 3 Superior Differences

On a recent conference call with Paul Dorgan of Big Five Tours, I was reminded of 3 superior differences with Big Five, as opposed to its competitors. 1.) Authenticity – Big Five is all about providing authentic experiences for clients. … Continue reading

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