This Friday, June 11, Ontario will take the first step to reopening the province as more than 60% of adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. It’s an important step that opens up a lot of opportunities for Ontarions, including some options for travel within the province.
Is travel easier with the right luggage? No question. Tom Bihn is a Seattle-based manufacturer that wants you to be organized on the road so you can enjoy the scenery without worrying about anything else.
It finally happened. This week I had my first vaccination shot, and it’s made me just a bit more hopeful. For the next few months, I still don’t expect to travel far, but travel is getting closer and closer, and it’s started to make me think about past trips too.
Canada is home to some of the most beautiful places in the world, and across the country, we also have some of the best hotels. From urban destinations to vibrant rural oases, Canada has a little bit of everything from shore, to shore, to shore.
Travellers to Canada will soon need to provide more information about their stay, and how they will self-isolate for the required 14 days as part of new measures that the Government of Canada introduced to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The skating trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park should be one of your bucket list travel plans this winter. There is really nothing like skating through the forest, and on special Fire and Ice nights at the park, you can skate under the stars, with the trail lit by torches.
Don’t wait until winter to book a warm getaway on the beach. Until November 15, book your Cayman Islands adventure, and save up to 45% visiting the “Culinary Capital of the Caribbean”.
This summer my family took a road trip to New Brunswick for a little vacation, visiting with my father, and exploring the province for a few days. It was such a great trip, driving over 3,000 km from Toronto to Saint John, and back again that I had to make a video.
Cheers, Calgary! The Calgary Stampede is on now, and Air Canada is celebrating with the most Canadian of drinks, the Caesar, and they’ve opened a special YYCaesar Bar that’s supporting a great cause all week long.
Toronto’s iconic Fairmont Royal York hotel celebrates its 90th anniversary this summer, and in honour of the special occasion, the hotel is preparing to unveil a number of changes, from the lobby experience to the guest suites, and the food.