Nine of our favourite off-road trails to bike or walk in Canada
A Killer Site near Fort MacLeod in southern Alberta
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 …
Membertou is an urban First Nation community of over 1,400 people in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and one of the most dynamic and economically successful Native bands in all of Canada.
The origin of hockey has always been a hot debate in Canada. Some think that Windsor, Nova Scotia is the birthplace of hockey.
This is a great blog by Jenn from Sylvan Lake, Alberta. Thanks Jenn!
The Fall season is brilliant in Jasper National Park – weather is still pleasant, summertime crowds are gone, trees turn to gold and elk are ready to rumble.
Along Alberta’s Highway 93, between Jasper and Banff, is a bridge called Saskatchewan Landing. The view from the bridge, with channels running through small islands, sandbanks covered with trees, was striking, even in the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain environment. We shortly pulled out our phones, me to take pictures and my travelling companion to do research. […]
The Haida First Nation comes from the wild coast of northern British Columbia south of Alaska in an archipelago of more than 200 islands called Haida Gwaii.
Of all the non-traditional job descriptions I can think of, Chris Hinsperger’s stands out. Here’s a guy who works in a cave, by a waterfall, in the middle of the Ottawa Valley. He’s been doing it since he was a kid working a summer job for the last guy who worked in the same caves. In 1955 […]
Canadian travel writer, Jo Matyas, shares a few secrets about her favourite city and answers the question “Why Kingston?”.