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The road to Cox’s Cove (a half hour from Corner Brook) ends in a riot of old sheds, wharves and shacks next to a pebble beach lined with orange fishing...

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First Little Lyford Pond, a popular brook trout fishing pond at Little Lyford Lodge and Cabins in Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness region.

The North Woods, Properly Managed

Just after dawn one morning in Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness region, Rob Burbank was paddling across a pond to spend a morning fishing when he spotted a moose...

New Brunswick Offers...

The first time I had a taste of “le ploye,” was in Edmundston, NB. (Think buckwheat pancake smeared with butter and a glob of brown sugar or maple...

The Mighty (and Serene) Miramichi

We float down the river, no need to paddle for stretches at a time as our kayaks are carried along by the gentle current. Tiny sandpipers skim across the...

Magdalen’s Herring Smokehouse

Felix Arseneau, my young tour guide at Le Fumoir d’Anton on Isle de la Madeleine, the archipelago of seven islands between Newfoundland and Prince Edward...
John Gillis heading out to get oysters.

The Great Autumn Feast

Our autumn is amazing. Forests put on dynamic displays: the view changes daily with green replaced by crimson and golden leaves. Stark, flat fields of...
Urban Deli muffaletta sandwich

Forged by Fire

“On this site in 1897 nothing happened,” reads a weathered plaque on a red brick wall in downtown Saint John, New Brunswick. This is such a storied city with...