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 origin of hockey has always been a hot debate in Canada. Some think that Windsor, Nova Scotia is the birthplace of hockey.
I attended a book publishing workshop at the Travel Media Association of Canada conference not long ago. Ron Brown was one of the presenters. We had just received a copy of Backroads of Ontario from Firefly Books and I was anxious to hear what Ron had to say. According to his website ‘Nobody knows Ontario like […]
Is Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada’s most haunted town? My friend Kelly and I decided to find out…
Algonquin Provincial Park is the oldest provincial park in Ontario. Three historic lodges, all with a reputation for doing it right, offer a place to stay in the park from May to October. I recently had the good fortune to visit all three in late spring.
Ten delicious Canadian food experiences, one from each province, will give you an idea of what keeps us nibbling our way across the country.
One of my greatest memories as a twenty-something was working in the Kootenays of southeastern British Columbia and hanging out in its natural hot springs.
I am a souvenir-lover; a seeker of things that remind me of where I’ve been. These are some of my favourite Canadian road trip finds…
My first impression of the Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia – WOW! This Canadian road trip is one of the world’s best.
Montreal is an easy weekend away. This festival-crazy city always has good hotel deals and the shopping and food are both excellent. Our latest weekend foray was for the food via Montréal en Lumière, the city’s annual winter food and arts festival.
I put the question to Olympian Nancy Greene, Canada’s top ski racer of all time. In the 1960s, she won gold and silver medals at the 1968 Grenoble Olympics and overall World Cup titles in 1967 and ’68.