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 somewhere nearby that knows how to make an excellent beer. While there are hundreds to choose from, below
To help you celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017, Parks Canada is issuing a free Discovery Pass to anyone who wants one. The pass provides free access to every National Park, National Marine Conservation Area and National Historic Site across th
When you think of beaches, Canada is probably not the first country that comes to mind. The fact is, however, that Canada features hundreds of amazing beaches. From Newfoundland to British Columbia and plenty in between, Canada's beaches are as diver
With its incredible scenery and diverse geography, Canada offers up plenty of awe-inspiring roadside views. So buckle up and plan your next cruisin’ road trip adventure to take advantage of all there is to see.
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
There’s something about the raw energy of a waterfall that makes us stop and stare (and take a picture, or two, or 40). Luckily for Canadian waterfall hunters, there are plenty of cascades to track down across this beautiful country.
Canada may spend a good portion of the year buried under snow, but it certainly isn’t lacking in beautiful public gardens that you can enjoy during the warmer months. From east to west, here’s a selection of some of the best public gardens in Canada.
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
From boots to lobsters to sausages, oversized roadside attractions are weird, fun and oh so Canadian. A road trip to see the best of these giant edifices will get you in touch with some of the odd and wonderful features that make Canada’s countryside
Beaches for miles, ancient temperate rainforests and a horizon that stretches for miles: Tofino is undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking places in British Columbia, and worth a trip whether during the bracing winter storm-watching season or balmy
There’s something about the reaching the highest point in a city, a province or a country that draws you in (and up). Whether you’re an active peak-bagger looking for a national bucket list, or a trivia buff adding to your store of knowledge, this li
Though Canada is a relatively young country, it has a history that extends far past its 1867 founding. These historical spots let you explore that history, from dinosaurs to a rich First Nations history, the fur trade and wars for independence.
Our home and native land is full of gorgeous natural wonders, and because of Canada’s massive size and varied geography, they are incredibly diverse. From towering trees to tidal rock formations and majestic mountains, here’s a shortlist of the top 1
Winter is here, which in Canada means it’s time to start packing your bags and head south. While the low Canadian dollar has made many Canadians rethink their holiday adventures in the sun, the truth is that there are still plenty of affordable desti
Canada is full of hiking trails for people of all skill levels, from flat, paved walkways along beautiful rivers to some of the most challenging hikes in the entire world. From number seven to number one, these are the most dangerous hikes in Canada.
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.
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