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Indulging in the Maritime tradition of a ‘Strawberry Supper’

Published Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016

Driving along a curveball road in Nova Scotia, my visiting friend reads a handmade sign outside a church hall. “Strawberry Supper, $12,” she says, puzzled. “You guys eat strawberries for dinner?”

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A leap of faith on Baffin Island

POND INLET, NUNAVUT
Published Saturday, Jul. 01, 2006

I meet my Inuk guide — who’s known as Mr. P — at the frozen harbour of Pond Inlet, Nunavut, where a snowmobile and traditional kamotiq sled are set to transport our group of three campers to the edge of the Arctic ice floe for some prime whale- and bird-watching.

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Moving cars in city center, St. Petersburg, Russia. City traffic in Saint Petersburg downtown.

St. Petersburg, Russia

Grime and punishment

ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Published Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2006

When I arrived at Finland Station in St. Petersburg, I spotted a sign promoting “Dostoyevsky’s apartment,” a museum based on the writer’s real-life abode.

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