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Summer Day Trip: The Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa

Nothing marks the start of summer like the bloom of over 300,000 tulips. As with everything in Ottawa, The Canadian Tulip Festival is rich in history. This beautiful festival was established in 1953, to...
Vancouver's Catfe

Why You Should Visit Vancouver’s Catfe

Since its opening three years ago, Vancouver’s Cat Cafe, Catfe, has become an enormous success — going as far as to attract superstar Adele at one point. Here are some reasons why you should...
instagrammable-hotels-montreal

Most Instagrammable Hotels in Montreal

In this day and age, finding a quality hotel is nearly just as crucial as finding an aesthetically pleasing one. After all, a major highlight of any vacation is getting some new material for...
Prince Edward County

How to Spend A Whole Weekend in Prince Edward County

Summer is almost here which means there are plenty of long weekends ahead. One of the best getaway spots is Prince Edward County. Less than 2.5 hours from the GTA, this rural community makes...

Blissful Brunch Locations for Easter in Vancouver

Weekends are a blessed, sacred thing. Long weekends deserve to be nothing short of cherished. With Easter being just a few days away, you may find yourself pondering the noteworthy question: where am I...
Jasper

Where to Travel in Canada in 2019

With family and friends scattered across the country, I’ve been fortunate enough to travel all over Canada. Though I love visiting Canada’s cities, sometimes it’s nice to get away from the hustle and bustle...

The Most Beautiful Destinations in Canada To Visit Immediately

Canada has a host of beautiful natural locations to visit and enjoy. The country’s majestic beauty is well known. You better check out these amazing spots before climate change makes it impossible to enjoy! https://www.instagram.com/p/BtzTTuXF6in/ The...
Maple Syrup

Where to Enjoy Maple Syrup in Ontario

It's Maple Syrup Season! Like all good Canadians, I pour that stuff on everything: toast, coffee, marinades, shot glasses; or just squeeze that bottle straight down the gullet. I would argue that maple syrup...
Samuel Sirois wins Bocuse d'Or Canada

Montréal Chef Becomes Canada’s Next Contender at the Bocuse d’Or

Canada has chosen its newest challenger to fight for culinary glory. In a high-energy, two-hour cooking competition Chef Samuel Sirois triumphed over his competitors with his modern interpretation of a Quebec classic: The humble...
Path Entrance

No More Getting Lost in Toronto’s PATH Labyrinth

Before I ever moved to Toronto, I learned about the infrastructure and engineering marvel that is the PATH. The over 30 kilometre underground network of pedestrian tunnels and walkways, containing numerous food courts, shops...

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