“I feel like the star of my own bodice-ripper.”
A joyous celebration of Native songs, dances, myths and beliefs suggests indigenous culture is gaining a foothold in the hearts of Canadians.
Coming to Port Renfrew, British Columbia, isn’t just a visit to ancient trees; it’s a step back in time …
On the occasion of Canada’s 150th birthday, Mark Stevens & Sharon Matthews-Stevens share their impressions of Canada …
The Empress of Ireland Museum is the latest addition to the Pointe-au-Père Maritime Historic Site near Rimouski, Quebec, which includes the Onondaga submarine and the 1909 Pointe-au-Père Lighthouse.
Eight kilometres north of Quebec City is one of the most impressive indigenous cultural centres in Canada.
There’s nothing like finding a good motor hotel when you’re been on the road for awhile.
Parc Nature de Pointe-aux-Outardes is a bird watching paradise on the Saint Lawrence River in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec.
Up the Saguenay River, not far past Sacré-Coeur, you’ll find Canopée Lit – “Cabins Perched In The Forest”… treehouses … Hébergement écotouristique …
The Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site (Chateau Saint Louis) was created by Parks Canada in Quebec City.
It is rumoured that in the early 1940s Al Capone had a secret Canadian hideaway cabin near the hamlet of Quadeville, about 150 km southwest of Ottawa.
Whale-watching on Vancouver Island with whale expert Jim Borrowman