Could Brexit Change Where You Ski?

The split between the UK and the EU is now on the horizon and there could be a lot of changes in the coming years.

However, skiers, snowboarders and other winter enthusiasts could well benefit from this. An infographic about how Brexit could change where you ski highlights how skiing in Canada could now be a better option than skiing in destinations across Europe, the US and New Zealand.

As you will see from this infographic by Canadian Affair it compares things such as the price of lunch on the slopes, the average snowfall, the average length of the ski season, the cost of a ski pass, the average yearly skier visit other activities you can try on a ski holiday.

Canada is already a popular destination for winter holidays and now it could become an even more popular ski destination after Brexit. So rather than some of the resorts in Europe, you could be testing your skiing skills at the likes of Banff Sunshine Village, Tremblant, Mount Norquay and the Sun Peaks.

gwildlife photography tips
Infographic by Canadian Affair.

Black Friday: 6 Insights Into Canadian Buying Behaviour #infographic

Black Friday is the day of the year when the most sales take place. The Friday after Thanksgiving gives the green light for Christmas shopping season with huge discounts and special offers in tons of goods. And while this shopping “holiday” started out in the US, it has now a significant impact in Canada too.

In fact, did you know that over a million Canadians will call in sick to work just to be able to get their hands on the juiciest bargains? Moreover, lots of others will do the same from the comfort of their home or office by purchasing online. And it doesn’t have to be a gift for your loved ones since you can also indulge yourself by getting something personal.

With this infographic by Furniture.ca you will learn exactly how much do Canadians love Black Friday. Especially, for buying those products that come from local or national retailers. That way you can feel doubly good by saving money and helping the local economy. So… excited for this 24th of November?

Black Friday : 6 Insights Into Canadian Buying Behaviour

An infographic by Furniture.ca.

Why Canada Trumps America #Infographic #Canada

Now that Donald Trump has been instated as the 45th president of the United States of America, there are lots of people that are not happy with his thinking and the politics he’s going to put in place. That’s why many men and women are looking up to their neighbour to the north: Canada.

To start pointing the benefits of this bilingual country, it is essential to mention that it has 9 times fewer inhabitants than de US, which gives them a population density of merely 4 people per square kilometre. Thanks to this, Canadians can enjoy a calmer and much more peaceful lifestyle. In addition, the country has 79 million hectares of protected wilderness and the best part of the beautiful Niagara Falls, allowing its population to stay in touch with nature.

Furthermore, if you are looking at more political reasons to choose this North American country, we must mention that it has free healthcare, same-sex legal marriage since 2005 and a cabinet formed by the same number of men and women. Way to go, Canada!

However, if you are still not convinced that Canada trumps the United States, look at the infographic below by Canadian Affair. And remember, the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

An infographic by Canadian Affair.