St. Andrews By-The-Sea is one of New Brunswick’s most beautiful ocean-front destinations. The sea-side town has a little bit of everything, and you’re going to fall in love the moment you arrive.
Europe is beginning to come out of lockdown and in a few weeks, travelling for pleasure will be an option once again. However, no matter how much we wish the situation was different, our holidays this year will be different. It’s important to consider your options in a new light, so here are a few suggestions to make the most of your next summer holiday.
Ontario Parks offer some of the best outdoor experiences in the province, and I can’t get enough of them, especially in the summer. My wife and I have stayed at most of the parks in southern Ontario, and one favourite is Bon Echo Provincial Park.
Don’t let the January blues get you down when you could be planning your summer holiday. This weekend, the Toronto Winter RV Show is on at the Toronto Congress Centre, giving you and your family the perfect excuse to see how you could be adventuring for your summer holidays.
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.
The spirit of the holiday season is thriving in Toronto this year, and it’s staying all month long at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel.
Escape to Barbados this month with the Barbados Food and Rum Festival as they celebrate 10 years of great food, drinks, and hospitality from October 24 to 27.
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”.
Jay Pharoah is hilarious, he has a plan, and he’s coming to Toronto for JFL42.
A moving film about love, friendship, and impending loss that never panders or gives in to unwarranted emotional manipulation, The Friend is a delicate and thoughtful take on material that could’ve easily been turned into an empty tearjerker.