Tag Archives: winter


Do Winterlude!

Have you done the ‘Lude yet? Enjoy the best of winter right now, folks, at the 37th edition of Winterlude. There’s a snowload of fun to be had outdoors across Ottawa and Gatineau during this annual event that runs through … Continue reading

Family Dog-Sledding Adventure

  by Stephen Johnson Living in Canada, our family has always tried to embrace winter.  We enjoy cross-country skiing, skating and tobogganing.   This winter, we wanted to try a different activity.   We decided to try the ultimate winter sport: dog-sledding.   … Continue reading

Frost Warning

Taking your little one out during the cold winter months can be a challenge thanks to snowsuits and hats and mitts — but the work doesn’t end there. Continue reading

Get Kids Skiing with Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass

Winter is finally here, so be sure to get your kids active and outside! Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the weather   As we all know, winter is the tough time of year for kids to … Continue reading

Local, Natural Skin Care

    Tis the season for dry, indoor air and itchy, alligator skin. If you could write a message on your wrist, or your hands and cheeks are chapped, it’s time to give your body’s largest organ some major TLC. … Continue reading

Snow Angels for the Record

If you’re heading to downtown Ottawa tomorrow, February 4, or to Mont Cascades or Mont Ste-Marie for a day of skiing, take a break and check out all the action in the snow. Continue reading

SnowPasses for Kids in Grade 4 and 5

Do you have kids in Grade 4 or 5? Give them a gift of fun this winter. The Canadian Ski Council (CSC)’s SnowPass program offers them hundreds of opportunities to get out of the house and onto the slopes over the next few months. They’ll have a blast! Continue reading

Snowsuit Smarts

Buying a snowsuit for a little one this winter? Here are some tips to keep in mind: Continue reading

Winter Injury Prevention Begins at Home

Tips to make this season injury free This winter, it is important to keep injury prevention at the forefront. With cold, snowy weather, an influx of toys and countless activities, being proactive can go a long way towards keeping your … Continue reading