Ingredients- 1/2 glass of Clearly Canadian Orchard Peach- 1.5 ounces watermelon vodka, such as Three Olives Watermelon or Smirnoff Watermelon- 1 ounce lime juice Sugar Salt Watermelon garnish (optional)
Directions- Rim a Tom Collins glass with a sugar salt mix.- Add ice and half a glass of Clear Canadian Orchard Peach.- Top with watermelon vodka.- Garnish with lime wheel.
Next winter, experience a fresh perspective on the reception and spread of Impressionism in Canadian art at the National Gallery of Canada.
The first of its kind, this exhibition brings together masterworks by Canada’s renowned painters, celebrating and exploring the development of Impressionism in Canadian Art from the last decades of the nineteenth century to the late 1920s.
Visitors can follow in their footsteps to discover the pioneering Canadian artists’ commitment to interpreting foreign and familiar surroundings imbued with an Impressionist vocabular...
Our country has long punched above its weight when it comes to music, be it The Weeknd and Drake, Bieber and Bublé or Neil Young and Shania Twain. Canadian songs provide a soundtrack for the entire world, albeit a world that we can’t currently visit due to the pandemic.
Like clockwork, when the lakes freeze in our bitter cold winters, they’re soon dotted with ice-fishing huts. Hauled over on pickup trucks and sleds, these makeshift structures are charming and remarkable feats of Canadian DIY ingenuity. Which is your favourite?