Canada

Cliffs of Fundy and Bonavista Peninsula Discovery Geopark – UNESCO Global Geoparks

Based on the UNESCO website, UNESCO Global Geoparks are “single, unified geographical areas where sites and landscapes of international geological significance are managed with a holistic concept of protection, education, and sustainable development.”...

ROM to Reopen on July 11 and What to Expect

After months of closure due to COVID-19, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) will open its doors to welcome visitors in a safe and pleasant environment. Some special exhibitions and additional spaces will open...

Where to Pick-Your-Own Strawberries Amid Covid-19 in Ontario

One of the most favorite outdoor activities during summertime in Canada is fruit-picking from local farms. It’s a great choice for family-bonding and friend-gathering time. However, Canada is coping with Covid-19 and...

Social distancing circles: The future of public spaces?

With the summer season bringing in the hotter temperature, more people will want to go outside and spend time with friends. But with the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus,...

The Art of Appreciation

Street art has become one of the ways Toronto artists have been able to show their support for frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. With many barricades and walls...

Having A Blast In Louisbourg

On a recent trip to Cape Breton, N.S., my eyes were opened to a key fact that was unknown to me. In the 18th century, Canada had the third busiest seaport in North America –...

Treasure Hunting in Toronto’s West End

Living in Toronto for most of my life, I’ve learned this city is full of surprises. Shops and galleries pop up in unusual places, restaurants and cafes emerge in new spaces and neighbourhoods stretch and...

Quebec’s Maritime Marvels

Climbing aboard an Air Montmagny 8-seater airplane, I had barely sat down and it was over. The world’s shortest scheduled flight, from Cap-Saint-Ignance, just south of Quebec City, to Ile-aux-Grues, in the...

Terra Lumina Opens at Toronto Zoo

This winter, the Toronto Zoo offers Moment Factory’s once-in-a-lifetime, immersive experience. “Terra Lumina: An Enchanted Night Walk into a Bright Future.” Moment Factory is a multimedia production studio based in Montreal known for...

Explore Toronto’s Distillery District

Located east of downtown Toronto, the Distillery District still remains heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery. Also, there is no better place to get into the holiday mood than the...

Fins, Feathers, and Tough Little Fillies

Waves crashed all around our 10-person Zodiac as we got close to shore. The driver cut the engine and steered toward a cluster of cruise staff up to their waists in icy water,...

Sault Ste. Marie’s Spectacular Scenery Calls

In autumn, Ontario’s landscape is ablaze with the fiery reds and oranges of leaves changing colour before they drop to the ground. This is one of the best times to visit Sault Ste....

Top Places to Visit in Canada this Fall

When we think of Canada, some people who have never visited might conjure images of miles upon miles of snowy terrain devoid of warmth. While this blanket of white will eventually cover...

A Taste of Montreal

Montreal is a city infused with joie d’vivre and on a recent trip I learned why. It’s the food. Although I was in town for a business meeting I made sure I...

The Blossoming of Ontario’s Lavender

As the warm weather approaches, it is time to go outside and take a breath of fresh air. At Terre Bleu Farm, located west of Toronto, that air is wonderfully fragrant. Ontario’s...

The Eyes of the World Were Upon Them

The trip had been on my mind for some time. I wanted to take a memory-making river cruise with my elderly father. But where to?  Searching online I found the perfect combination...

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