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Wickaninnish Inn

Rustic Elegance on Nature’s Edge

Looking through the window of the Orca Airways plane leaves us in awe of the grandeur of nature. One million visitors make their way to the tranquil community of Tofino every year. It is...

Canadian Whisky 101

(from "Canada's Next Big Thing" by Davin de Kergommeaux, DINE and Destinations 2017-18) How Local is Canadian Whisky? Canadian whisky is Canadian grain, grown by Canadian farmers, distilled in Canada, by Canadians, bottled, sold, and shipped...
Norfolk County Corn

Norfolk County: Ontario’s Garden

Time was, tobacco reigned supreme; and farming the “tobacco belt,” Norfolk County, was based on a quota system—a piece of paper that provided entitlement to local farmers. In recent years, the government removed that...
Canada's Finest_Seagram's Whisky

Canadian Whisky: A Brief History of Canada’s Spirit

(from “Canada’s Next Big Thing” by Davin de Kergommeaux, DINE and Destinations 2017-18) In 1801, John Molson fired up Canada’s first known whisky still at his Montreal brewery. Until then, Canadians drank rum, cider, or...
Muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) herd, Victoria Island, Nunavut, Arctic

Canadian Cuisine: Northwest Territories

Yellowknife has become multicultural and the influences from seasoning to saucing reflect that. There is international representation in the dining scene from Ethiopian to Vietnamese. “There are a lot of foodies up here from...
Edge Walk, CN Tower

12 Bucket List Ontario Experiences

1. Edge Walk, CN Tower Take the elevator to the highest point in Toronto, step out onto the roof and stroll around along the edge. Just above 360 Restaurant and the highest wine cellar in...
Manitoba

Canadian Cuisine: Manitoba

Raised on Red River cereal, Sara Waxman (DINE and Destinations magazine) tells me, “The thing about growing up in Winnipeg was that we had no lettuce in winter. Everyone learned to bake, and everybody...
Canoeing, Algonquin Park

Among The Pines, in Algonquin

"In Algonquin Park...seeing Adam paddle a canoe was like watching poetry in motion. I loved going up there every summer" - Al Waxman from That's What I Am He was so proud as he waved...

Vancouver Island Feast

"The Feast Concierge", Karma Brophy, hosted Sara Waxman on a gastronomic tour through the lovely seaside village of Oak Bay on Vancouver Island. This community has its own culinary character and edible treasures, and...
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...
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