Rather than drive, we flew to Montréal and spent six glorious nights in Quebec’s largest city.
From the collection at the Banff Park Museum to the Sulphur Mountain gondola ride, there’s plenty to do in Banff when everyone is on the slopes.
A buddy of mine likes to fish. He likes to fish A LOT. He’s the kind of guy that will go out on the lake before the sun comes up, fish all day, and return home after dark. In the summer months, that’s a long time on the water, and during the short winter days, that’s a lot of fishing through a small hole in the ice!
In February, 2009, I visited Steveston, a historic fishing village in the southwest corner of Lulu Island, British Columbia. It’s not far from the Vancouver International Airport and the city of Vancouver.
YVR offered a tour to members of the Travel Media Association of Canada (TMAC) when the association held its annual conference in Richmond a couple of years ago.
Canada is a huge country, the second largest in the world, but its population is small, so when we travel, we really notice the six degrees of separation.
Weekend hockey road trips are legendary in Canada. This post is by a 14 year old goalie. He and his hockey team, their coaches, and a bunch of hockey moms and dads recently traveled by bus five hours to Sudbury, Ontario for a weekend tournament. This is his story…
Two weeks ago, I was in the City of St. John’s, on the east coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
We did a road trip to the northeastern part of Muskoka near Algonquin Park, Ontario in September. Our base was the Foxwood Resort on Lake of Bays, a big lake with five hundred kilometres of shoreline.
Kensington Market is one of my favourite places in Toronto. I was there yesterday because of a recent Debra Black story in the Toronto Star.
Quebec City is the only walled city in North America. I’ve been there twice in recent years…
A highlight of one of our Canadian Badlands road trips in Alberta was the annual Oyen Bullarama. We arrived in the late afternoon in Oyen, a town of 1200 near the Saskatchewan border…