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Rocky Mountaineer

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,...
Newfoundland

On The Rock: Newfoundland

Canada Begins Here... The hour is nigh: it’s time to be screeched-in. The skipper at Trapper John’s Museum & Pub clangs a bell, he rants his pride of Newfoundland and implores our respect, he pours...
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...

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...
Canola Eat Well

Farmers, Chefs and Canola Oil

Jeanette Andrashewski paints a vivid picture of her family farm in Alberta: a sunshine-hued field that captivates the senses with a delicate honey perfume that emanates from the flowers. However, these aren’t daffodils or...
Véronique Rivest, The Common, Winnipeg, Forks

Wine in Winnipeg at The Forks

They call Winnipeg home: Musicians Neil Young, Randy Bachman, Lenny Breau, Burton Cummings; artists; Hollywood screen-writers; and me. There must be something in the water. At The Forks in the heart of Winnipeg, the Red...
Kingston

Kingston: Hidden Gems

Kingston’s dining scene is exploding with diversity. The best way to discover Canada’s first capital is to stay in comfort at the cozy family-run Green Acres Inn, enjoy breakfast in bed, and then make...
Cup and Saucer Trail, Manitoulin Island

Catching Dreams In Manitoulin

Tassles dangle from a tightly woven dream catcher and gently sway in the breeze. "Do you know what a dream catcher is?” I ask my son. “Do you know where it comes from?” He...
Brock Tunnel, Brockville

1000 Islands: Hidden Gems

The top of the 1000 Islands Tower offers 360° of open-air panoramic views of the 1000 Islands dressing the St. Lawrence River. From the tower we're given a unique history of flash points in...
Buchun Gulf, Michelle Valberg

Canadian Cuisine: Nunavut

A far greater exploration is required to fully appreciate both traditional and modern cuisine across the vast expanse of this territory. In brief, traditional Inuit cuisine is based on survival, to stay warm and...
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