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.
Thousands of Canadian school kids will hear Dr. John McCrae’s In Flanders Fields for the first time this year.
Next time you drive to Mont Tremblant in the Laurentian Mountains of Québec, try taking the slow lane.
When I got to my room, a plate of goodies was waiting for me…
I honestly didn’t know what to expect when five of us, decked out in full rain gear and lifejackets, left the dock in our little zodiac with Henry, our guide.
Expect the unexpected when you road trip Canada’s back roads.
Move over cupcakes! Chatelaine’s Top ten food trends for 2013 suggest doughnuts are the new ‘designer’ dough. So, we pulled our Dooher’s post out of the archives and dusted her off. If you love a fresh doughnut right outta the oven and you haven’t been to Dooher’s in Campbellford, Ontario, ya gotta go!!
I’m hooked on cemeteries. They hold so much potential for great stories.
It’s time for the CNE! The Canadian National Exhibition takes place along Toronto’s waterfront for 18 days every year leading up to and including Labor Day. There’s live entertainment, a wide variety of events, a working farm, parades and sports, lots of international food, a Kids World, an airshow and best of all, a huge midway.
Looking for a place to watch Euro 2012? We first posted this in 2010 when Toronto was World Cup-mad. Canada is a hockey nation. But as we all know, the world is soccer crazy.