Put it this way: there’s a reason Canucks are known globally as experts on sub-zero climates. While some are age-old and others are positively millennial, these cool winter traditions and activities add magic to the most Canadian season of the year.
Canada may not have invented beer, but it has certainly taken it to heart. Craft breweries can be found everywhere in Canada, from the biggest cities to tiny rural towns. Wherever you are in this country, chances are there is a craft brewery somewher
The town of Squamish, B.C. has experienced huge growth in recent years, especially since the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. It’s no longer just a pit stop on the drive up to Whistler: it’s a destination in its own right. With rugged mountains, trails and
From Whistler Blackcomb in B.C. to Saskatchewan’s Wapiti Valley Resort to Crabbe Mountain New Brunswick, Canada’s mountainous terrain stretches from coast to coast, offering skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels plenty of options. If you’re loo
A French-style bakery specializing in delectable desserts, a patisserie conjures visions of Parisian patios, good coffee, and, of course, flaky, perfect pastries. From cakes to croissants, brioche to macarons, tarts, and pies, here are five fabulous
As Canada’s number one tourism destination, Toronto has plenty of hotels. We’ve narrowed it down to the top places to stay for a magical, artsy or scenic experience of the city –because you might as well go big or you’d be home, right?
What’s old is what’s new again. Before mega-malls and monolithic box stores, there was a more community-minded form of exchange to celebrate the holiday season. And even during the most rampant waves of Yuletide commercialism, Christmas market fairs
Whistler is a destination for B.C. residents and international visitors throughout the year, especially during the snowy winter season. The award-winning ski resort boasts soaring mountains with hundreds of runs, 11 metres of annual snowfall, luxury
Looking for some fun in the great outdoors? From hiking to horseback riding, camping to canoeing, snowshoeing to skiing, British Columbia’s provincial parks offer awe-inspiring scenery and plenty of year-round activities for outdoor enthusiasts. Here
From Vancouver Island to the network of Gulf Islands dotting the coast, there’s no shortage of weekend getaway options around the Vancouver area. But if time is tight and you have just one day to spare, a trip to Bowen Island – just an hour boat ride
Marked by billowing white ‘sails’, Vancouver’s distinctive downtown cruise terminal at Canada Place is the gateway to Alaskan adventures and Pacific Ocean escapades. More than 800,000 passengers sail from the award-winning Port of Vancouver every yea
There are lots of ways Canadians like to spend the winter. Some of us like to soak up the sun on a faraway beach, and others are just as happy playing in the snow. Here are four inspiring ideas for winter travel destinations—that you probably never c
While trick or treating is reserved for little ones, adults have their tales of ghosts and haunted houses. Here’s a roundup of haunted tours and events across the country that are sure to give you goose bumps.
Forget about the notion of museums full of dusty antiques and dilapidated caveman dioramas. Canada’s major museums are full of compelling collections housed in buildings that boast world-class architecture and interactive exhibits – displays that edu
Bed and Breakfasts have accumulated many stereotypes. People sometimes envision a dusty old home full of doilies and a communal table where all guests partake in meals. But the truth is there is a dizzying array of beautiful and unique B&Bs acros