Canadian filmmakers have a new resource to help hone their skills as the Toronto International Film Festival announced changes to their industry development program, Studio. Now in its fourth year, the programme has shifted away from developing producers to work exclusively with Canadian writer-directors.
Ikea is making a rare partnership with European designers to launch three new limited collections between April and September this year at their stores in Canada. The innovative and unique partnership marks the first time the retailer is releasing collections that respond directly to the modern fashion trend, and combines several factors to create designs that are still affordable.
Before you head out on the great Canadian family road trip, a few tips might be in order this summer, and Calgarian Michael Palmer--the self-appointed “CEO” of family travel--has you covered.
Vast and diverse, Canada is road-trip heaven from the iconic ride through the Rockies, to looping around Nova Scotia’s Cabot Trail to the tune of Celtic fiddles on the Atlantic coast. According to a January 2015 market research report from the country’s Recreational Vehicle Dealers, the number of RVs hitting the tarmac across the country is growing by more than 4% every year.
Spring has sprung and the grass is turning green across the country, so that must mean that it's time to take your RV out of its winter storage and head for new adventures, or perhaps even try your hand at renting an RV and going on an adventure. Canada's range of stunning national parks offers a number of must-see destinations for outdoors enthusiasts, so take a look at these 15 beautiful locations that span the country.
Winter, and especially holidays, means a few more challenges when you're flying out of town, but with a little extra planning, it's easy to avoid the biggest problems of the season. Air Canada has shared a few tips to help you make the most of your travel plans, while making it as smooth an experience as possible.
The Courage Polar Bear Dip is a family tradition in Oakville that sees over 700 participants from across southern Ontario plunge into Lake Ontario on January 1st to ring in the New Year while thousands of spectators cheer them on. It's fun and it's for a good cause, supporting clean water projects through World Vision Canada.