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Oak Bay, Victoria, British Columbia

Gulf Islands Adventure: Victoria

Only in Victoria, would there be a Feast Concierge. Karma Brophy leads us on a merry three hour tour of Oak Bay and its delightful gastronomy scene, one bite at a time. We taste...
Root Cellar, Newfoundland

Canadian Cuisine: Newfoundland

Traditionally, the food available in Newfoundland and Labrador is that of necessity, not convenience. Life on The Rock has required method and respect for the land. Fish has always been abundant and, in Newfoundland,...
Canola and Flax, Saskatchewan

Canadian Cuisine: Saskatchewan

The culinary traditions of the Cree First Nation include pemmican and bannock, and the abundance of Saskatoon berries, wild blueberries and chokecherries. Today, Saskatchewan is known as “the bread basket of the world,” Chef...

Stratford: Unique Experiences

Stratford Farmer's Market is more than a place to source the best quality produce; its a social event. Every Saturday morning, this is where actors, artisans, locals and visitors alike mingle with farmers and...
Kingston

Kingston: The Capital of Hip

Sipping an espresso at Coffeeco in front of Market Square, I have a sense that I am in a piazza. The morning Farmer’s Market gives way to children frolicking in the square and, later,...

Stratford: Festivals & Events

The Stratford Festival is renowned throughout the world, but this season has become even more exciting and more inclusive. Check out this season's plays and musicals. Forget about driving; take the new Stratford Direct private...
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...
Sandbanks

Prince Edward County: Hidden Gems

Interlaced arts, wine and culinary trails wrap the bounty of the county in epicurean adventure. Breweries, cideries and more than 35 wineries flow from breeze-kissed farmland to Sahara-like sand dunes. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay...
Prince Edward Island

Canadian Cuisine: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is like a great big farm. Inshore fisheries thrive, in part, because it's a very healthy green place. Lobster is abundant and a traditional trap-to-table “lobster supper” includes a four-course meal...
Scenics, shorelines, Fall, Colours, Geology, French, River, Recollect, Falls

Take Me to the River

Americans had the Conestoga wagon; Canadians had the canoe. When there were no roads to follow, the voyageur’s highway flowed through the wilderness of the Canadian Shield. In search of a short cut, those...

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