Expect the unexpected when you road trip Canada’s back roads.
Unlike the flat prairie that surrounds it in all directions, the snow and ice linger a little longer atop the plateau that is Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park.
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!!
Winter in the Wild is a one-day event hosted by Algonquin Provincial Park on the Family Day weekend in February.
I’m hooked on cemeteries. They hold so much potential for great stories.
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.
From Red Rock Coulee in southeastern Alberta, on a clear day, you can see the Sweetgrass Hills in Montana.
Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario is the oldest of our provincial parks (established in 1893) and one of the most popular outdoor destinations in Canada.
It was winter 1910 when a telegraph cable stretching across the Gulf of the St. Lawrence broke and left the residents of Quebec’s Magdalen Islands completely cut off from civilization.
Judy comments on some differences between urban Toronto and the Canadian Badlands.
When I first met Kelly and she expressed an interest in doing a couple of posts for roadstories.ca, I didn’t realize she was such a Lady About Town.
Not all of the city of Vancouver is by the water, but when I am walking around there, the ocean and the mountains are never very far away.