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
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
The dream? On THIS trip, you 'll pack light. The reality? You leave it to the last minute, chuck everything you own in a suitcase and run to the airport. It happens to everyone. Here's some advice on packing light so you can leave the kitchen sink at
Whether you love paddleboarding, suntanning or swimming, Vancouver’s got a beach suited to your hobbies and mood this summer. From Spanish Banks to Kits Beach, Deep Cove to the banks of the Fraser River, read on for a definitive guide to the city’s b
Did you attend summer camp as a kid? Never went, but begged your parents to go? From bunking down with best friends to sharing scary stories around a campfire, relive the joys of summer camp (with some cocktails or yoga thrown in) through experiences
With its scenic mountains, sandy beaches, stunning waterways and unique urban art installations, Vancouver is easily one of the most photogenic cities in the country (no filter necessary). For locals and visitors looking to document their Vancity exp
Toronto celebrates Earth Day with a series of festivals, events and things to do that are eco-friendly and help raise awareness about the environment.
Each year, the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo brings together the biggest super nerds and comic fans from across the continent, offering hundreds of vendors and exhibitors, panels, workshops, photo ops, costume contests and more. The 2017 Exp
Planning a staycation this summer? There’s no better way to take in the best of your home city – while also experiencing international vibes – than by checking out one (or more) of the many local festivals happening from June through August. Read on
We all love Vancouve, it’s just that sometimes it’s good to get away. These four day trips offer a unique break from the city.
Now that spring is here and summer is on its way, you may be itching for a road trip away from the concrete jungle of Hogtown. Here are some of the places closest to Toronto where the Discovery Pass can get you in for free!
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
Move over craft beer, Ontario craft cider is staking its claim at bar taps, restaurants and farmers markets across the city.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have made it to the NHL playoffs for the first time since TK, and suffice to say, the city is stoked. If you’re a sportsfan trying to figure out how to beat the lines and still get in on the celebrations, here are the spots to
Before the festival scene exploded a few years ago, the unwritten rule was to not book an event between Victoria Day and Labour Day to honour the period known as "festival season." That’s all changed now. Today, festival season no longer ex
This Earth Day, here are a few suggestions of small things we can do to celebrate our Blue Planet, our Mother Earth, our sacred land, this tiny planet that has propelled us for millions of years through the infinite cosmos.
Montreal is known for many things: poutine, bagels, smoked meat and more. But one of its true highlights is the fabulous nightlife. Here are some of the top places to check out for a taste of the best nightlife in Montreal.
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