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Bison

Canadian Cuisine: Alberta

From Rocky Mountain proteins to Prairie produce, Alberta cuisine is has to do with what is happening on the farms now. Canada beef is the pride of menus across the country, and renowned throughout...
la Micro-Brasserie Le Brouemont

Brasseries and Breweries in the Eastern Townships

VIA rail serves lunch between Brockville and Kingston, enroute to Montreal, and it is obvious, even to the uneducated palate, that there is a canny French culinary hand at work here. A round of...

Rocky Mountaineer: All Aboard!

On a trip aboard the Rocky Mountaineer, the transportation itself is the destination... The best way to see Canada is by train. The wheels churn, the whistle blows, a seat beneath a panoramic glass dome,...
Garlic

Sweet Smell of Success

Garlic: everyone from Homer to Aristotle, and from modern scientists to Doctor Mom, has praised its uses. Egyptian pharaohs kept garlic in their tombs to keep themselves healthy in the afterlife. Ancient Greek Olympians...
HK Milk Tea

Golden Bubbles in Toronto

Golden Bubbles, Canada’s Hong Kong waffle brand, has launched a new HK Milk Tea series based on the recipe that won this year’s prized Kam Cha competition, the official Hong Kong Milk Tea competition, in Toronto. The brand quickly became a...
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...
Ottawa

Ottawa: Capital Cool

Lazily drifting along a slow moving river with Owl Rafting as the sun sparkles off the ripples in our wake, we hear the distant rush of falls closer and closer until voom! We’ve got...
Grouse Grind, Hiking Around Vancouver

3 Must-Do Hikes Around Vancouver this Summer

Whether it’s because of rain or snow or cold weather in general, we spend the majority of our time inside during the winter months. It is a beautiful, momentous occasion when the sun finally...
Gulf Islands

Gulf Islands Adventure: Tofino

From Tofino at Mile 1 of the Trans Canada Highway, to Saltspring Island and the manicured landscape of Victoria, it’s all “peace and love, man.” It was raining when I arrived in Vancouver, and the...

Nova Scotia Chowder

“Steamy bowls of rich creamy justice” were doled out during the infamous trial of Fred Quimby versus a French waiter on The Simpsons. Is the correct pronunciation: shaow-dare or chowda? Either way, there can...

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