Artists Wayne Adams and Catherine King live on a floating island off the coast of Vancouver Island. Built 24 years ago, the ongoing sustainable island fortress is complete with a dance floor, art gallery and gardens. Watch the short video interview with the couple below.
Stacey Wallace, 28, from Vancouver found herself with an unusual photo opportunity when a ground squirrel popped out of its hole in search of nuts at British Columbia’s Manning Park. She lay out on the ground metres away from the squirrel and slowly crawled towards him to capture the perfect ‘selfie’. via: NY Daily News
Located at the heart of the Canadian Rockies, the Glacier Skywalk opened in Jasper National Park, Thursday, May 1st. The $21 million glass platform observation deck, hanging 35 metres out from the cliff-edge and 280 metres over the Sunwapta Valley. An adult ticket for the Skywalk costs $24.95, and a child ticket is $12.50. Children under five… Continue reading Glacier Skywalk: Stunning Cliff-edge Walkway
Duracell Canada has built a bus stop heaters around the country in order to help people with the chilly conditions. The heating element on the roof will only work if passengers put their hands on both pads on each sides while holding hands to create a circuit to trigger the header. This is a smart idea and an awesome marketing campaign. Watch the… Continue reading Duracell Bus Stop Heater
Canadian Tire built a truck made of 11 000 pounds of ice to prove how well their MotoMaster Eliminator Ultra Automotive Battery with AGM Technology can hold up in the cold. A team of ice sculptors from Ontario carved the truck completed with license plates, head lights, rear view mirror, and pine tree-shaped air freshener around the frame of… Continue reading Pick Up Truck Made Out of Ice
John Atkinson a cartoonist from Ottawa, Canada, draws humorous cartoons on his blog, Wrong Hands, he posted a funny cartoon idea of “Simplified Blogging“. I really liked the comment section part, it was hilarious!! via: Laughing Squid
A video of a guy from Montreal, Canada throwing a pot full of boiling water into the air outside in a -25°C (-13° F) temperature. Watch how the water evaporates in mid air in the video below.
The PaperTab is a flexible e-paper tablet, developed by researchers at the Human Media Lab at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, which looks and feels just like a sheet of paper. The PaperTab features a flexible, high-resolution 10.7-inch plastic touchscreen display built by Plastic Logic, the company borne from Cambridge University’s Cavendish Laboratory, and relies on a… Continue reading PaperTab: Flexible E-Paper Tablet