The Canada Building in Saskatoon was once the tallest building west of Winnipeg. It was built by Allan Bowerman, a local businessman determined to capitalize on the great building boom of 1912. Bowerman initially planned a four storey building, but expanded the design to six and then eight storeys. When it was completed in 1913, […]
For Cinda Chavich, it’s the hellishly huge seafood on British Columbia’s wild west coast that has caught her attention…
In Banff National Park the Lake Agnes Tea House was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1901 and today is a popular 7 km (4.5 miles) return or 3.5 km hike from Lake Louise.
Vancouver’s Skwachàys Lodge is a most unusual hotel on the edge of the gritty Downtown Eastside. The lobby is a Native art gallery bursting with carvings…
Keep a copy around. Don’t just leave it in the outhouse. Spread The Word.
Whether it’s colour or color, fall is a great season to travel in Canada.
Q: What’s the difference between a BeaverTail and a Timbit? … A: You can eat a BeaverTail without removing your mitts.
A recent CBC news broadcast about “Project Naming” reminded me of some old pictures of my grandfather’s that have been hidden away in a box since the 1960s.
The Canadian Mountie was born in 1873 when the Canadian Parliament passed a law to set up a police force, magistrates, courts and jails in the North-West Territories, the name for the part of Canada that lay on the great central prairie west of Manitoba.
Ten delicious Canadian food experiences, one from each province, will give you an idea of what keeps us nibbling our way across the country.
Ice fishing is a favourite winter pastime with many Canadian outdoor lovers and it’s a great activity for young families.
One of my greatest memories as a twenty-something was working in the Kootenays of southeastern British Columbia and hanging out in its natural hot springs.