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Alaska’s spillionaires

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The Exxon oil spill of 1989 made the town of Valdez infamous, luring people to clean up one of world’s largest environmental disasters with the prospect of economic gain.


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Living in... cities of the future

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Showcasing the cutting edge of urban planning, these five metropolises may help determine the way we will live, now and in decades beyond.
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Hunting in the Last Frontier

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Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler heads to Alaska’s isolated Seward Peninsula to see salmon fight their way upriver and see Eskimo descendants preserve them for the long winter.


Utah’s astonishing wild side

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From a salt lake island roamed by buffalo to a majestic canyon named Zion, the state’s national and state parks harbour some of the most extraordinary landforms on Earth.
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Canada’s summer adventure hotspot

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Not just for goggle-eyed powder nuts, Whistler transforms each June into the country’s coolest outdoor activity playground.
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Eatimology

How the Quebecois came to love poutine

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Declared one of Canada’s best inventions, the mess of chips, curd cheese and gravy is a deeply rooted culinary tradition that can span from the classic to the avant-garde.
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