Built by Sir Henry Pellatt in the early 1900s, this castle was a direct reflection of the immense wealth this man had acquired with investments in the Toronto Electric Light Co. and Canadian Pacific Railroad. Casa Loma literally means, "house on the hill", and is currently managed and maintained by the Kiwanis Club of the City of Toronto. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
Located on the northern shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto is the cultural, commercial and economic center of English-speaking Canada. Despite its size, it's one of the most clean, efficient and safe large cities in the world. The city was once nicknamed "Toronto the Good". Supporters called it this to imply it was hospitable, while to detractors it meant Victorian and dull. In the last half-century, the city has managed to embrace culture, the arts and entertainment without losing its reputation for being safe and friendly. This audio guide offers tips and pertinent information to help you get around the city like a seasoned traveler.
Adventure seekers are you ready! The Haliburton Highlands Hidden Gems Audio Tour is a -Choose Your Own Adventure! -Along the way you will drive to four very unique locations each with its own history and exciting activities. These activities all take place outdoors and can include Geocaching (Treasure Hunting), swimming, white-water and flat-water kayaking or canoeing, fishing, hiking, picnicking and even conquering the “Blairhampton Triangle”. It is recommended that Adventurers bring along a camera, as you will be visiting some of the most picturesque locations within the County of Haliburton. The tour can be done in one day or over multiple visits, although we hope that once you’ve visited these unique locations that you will return over and over again. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour please visit www.tourcaster.com.
Elevator Club made its debut with host Gord Bibby April 2, 2000 on CHLY, Radio Malaspina. Elevator Club is heard every Sunday beginning at 7:00 PM PT on CHLY 101.7 FM, Nanaimo. The station can also be heard globally via its internet streaming link. The program is a unique blend of old and new easy listening music featuring lush instrumentals, soothing vocals and a splash of soft jazz. It's a perfect blend of soothing sounds to wind up your week.
By Gord Bibby
A philosophical Canadian podcast. Join us as we discuss current issues, go down the rabbit hole of conspiracy theories, and generally destroy coherent thought. Totally independent, no topic is taboo. Anyone with a love of fully candid conversation should listen, it may open your mind!
The UKTI Briefing is an information service from UK Trade and Investment Canada. This monthly audio guide is for Canadian companies with international expansion strategies.