Winter is Not Coming

Now that the snow is melting, take a look at what a fun Spring looks like!

With Spring in full effect, the colder days are giving way to warmer weather. As the snow melts and the temperature rises many great outdoor activities become possible, but it also means deciding what you want to do. There are so many fun Spring activities to choose, from outdoor exercise to hosting a BBQ to going on a family getaway. Let’s take a look at what warmer weather really looks like—and fun ways you can spend time outdoors this Spring!

Winter is not coming: what does spring really look like?

  1. Grill it up this BBQ season
  2. Get fit outdoors
  3. Stay fit and keep those New Year’s resolutions
  4. Spring holiday guide 2019
  5. Spring-time camping

Grill it up this BBQ season

With outdoor temperatures warming, it’s the perfect time to go on the patio and cook up a great meal. There are plenty of great BBQ brands that deliver great value at every day low prices, so you’ve got many options to pick from. Whether you’re looking for a charcoal smoker or a propane grill, you can find some great matches in our best BBQ recommendations. Remember to take good care of your BBQ and keep it clean so that you can grill the best meals for you and your guests! Best of all, BBQ season is just beginning—this is an investment that’s going to give back through the sunny days of summer, too!



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Get fit outdoors

Spring means the bike paths and outdoor trails are once again open for spring-time biking and trail running. There are many different types of bikes great for enjoying the outdoors and staying healthy. Before heading out for some biking, warm up your body with exercises to get you road-ready for bike season. Also, consider picking up a running watch if you’re feeling a more “grounded” approach to fitness!


Stay fit and keep those New Year’s resolutions

A new year means New Year’s resolutions, and that means re-committing yourself to what matters most: you! A great indoor option for keeping fit is exercise bikes, which can keep you pedalling year-round regardless of the weather. If biking isn’t your thing, consider some home gym exercise equipment to help you keep those resolutions going strong.


Spring holiday guide 2019

Long Weekends in CanadaSpring brings with it plenty of exciting festivities that you don’t want to miss out on! Whether you’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with friends or planning a family getaway for March Break, the warmer weather is an open invitation to spend more time outdoors with the ones you love.

Once the calendar page turns to April, all eyes are on Easter, and there’s plenty of ways to celebrate it with the family. With warmer weather embracing Canada, an outdoor Easter Egg hunt is a fun way to engage the whole family. For indoor activities, you can also celebrate by following these tasteful Easter décor tips.

If you’re wondering what other holidays are coming up, you can take a look at our 2019 statutory holiday guide for all the details!


Spring-time camping

Camping in Canada for the First Time—A Starter ChecklistCanada is blessed with some truly stunning options when it comes to camping: from Pacific Rim National Park on the west coast to Terra Nova in the east, we have countless scenic locations coast-to-coast. It’s important to stay safety-conscious when it comes to camping, and that’s why we’ve made a camping guide for those looking for a Canadian outdoor experience. Whether it’s your first time camping or you need a refresher, it’s always a good idea to plan ahead for outdoor trips!

Spring is a wonderful time of year, and it brings plenty of fun outdoor options to the (patio) table. After a long winter, the idea of a fun St. Patrick’s Day out or a hearty BBQ meal is a salivating thought. Spring looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun, we hope you enjoy the season!

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John is a Toronto-based journalist from Bracebridge, Ontario. With several years of experience in the gaming industry spent delivering news with honesty and integrity, his appetite for all things technology has only grown. Outside of the gaming world, he’s got a huge passion for photography, sports, and mid-day naps. You can check him out on his Twitter channel, @Makelevi.