I live in Alberta.
Amazingly, my inner paleontology nerd gets excited about things that aren't dinosaurs.
Off Topic: Suskityrannus joins Moros intrepidus as our knowledge of the Tyrannosauridae increases in small steps
A couple of weeks ago we talked about Moros intrepidus, one of the most fascinating fossils we've recently discovered.
One of my favorite dinosaur/paleontology books is All Yesterdays. It's been out for six years edging towards seven, and it's a book with a simple but interesting premise: it renders dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals with a more speculative eye, and then uses modern animal skeletons to show the limitations of most paleo reconstruction art.