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.
Everybody in Toronto calls it “Dundas Square”, but its proper name, although a bit more cumbersome, is “Yonge-Dundas Square”.
If you’re planning a visit to Hollywood North (aka Toronto), you’ll likely end up on a former movie set.
The Bay of Fundy needs your vote!
Back some time ago, when my family lived in Winnipeg, we used to go in the summers to a cottage on West Hawk Lake.
In B.C.’s Okanagan Valley, the Naramata Bench is one of the most picturesque places in Canada …
Roadtripping around Canada is our passion. This post is a pictorial view of some of the roads we’ve traveled on in this great land.