We really just wanted to grab some lunch on our way home from Blue Mountain Resort, but we ended up taking in the opening salvos of the annual Elvis Festival in Collingwood, Ontario. Editor’s note: This year’s Elvis Fest runs July 26-29, 2012.
On a recent trip to Long Point Provincial Park we spotted what we thought was a huge, beautiful butterfly.
Judy comments on some differences between urban Toronto and the Canadian Badlands.
If you’ve ever driven any distance through the Canadian bush (as Shania Twain calls it), especially endless miles of tree-lined, two-lane highway, then you will know about the moose.
Niagara Falls Tourism asked us to help them get publicity for a big Valentine’s Day wedding. Four hundred lovers were tying the knot in a winter garden ceremony across from the American Falls.
The season at Ontario Parks officially opens in May.
Weekend hockey road trips are legendary in Canada. This post is by a 14 year old goalie. He and his hockey team, their coaches, and a bunch of hockey moms and dads recently traveled by bus five hours to Sudbury, Ontario for a weekend tournament. This is his story…
The Automatiste Revolution: Montreal 1941-1960, opened at the Varley Art Gallery in Unionville, Ontario last week.
Two of the creepiest places to spend Hallowe’en in Canada are Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, and the Atlas Coal Mine near Drumheller in the Canadian Badlands of Alberta.
We did a road trip to the northeastern part of Muskoka near Algonquin Park, Ontario in September. Our base was the Foxwood Resort on Lake of Bays, a big lake with five hundred kilometres of shoreline.
Links to golf courses at Resorts of Ontario…