When the first purple violets (the lyrical French name is violette cuculée) begin peeking through the meadows and woodlands of New Brunswick in May, it’s the signal to get outdoors and discover the beaches, parks and natural attractions in Canada’s largest Maritime province.
Swallow your vertigo and literally step into the sky high above the vast glacier-carved Sunwapta Valley, AB.
Justin Bieber, Céline Dion, Bryan Adams, Neil Young: next to hockey, music might be Canada’s greatest export. From coast to coast to coast, intimate venues with rich history showcase tomorrow’s stars and legendary acts from around the globe.
Basking in the sun along the coast of southern Italy, Sorrento is an idyllic seaside town that embodies everything you’ve ever heard about the Amalfi Coast, and a bit more beyond that too.
When Prince Edward Island celebrates the historic 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference you will want to be there. After all, it’s an island of poets and politicians, oyster shuckers and lobster suppers.
Looking for a trip that offers swank romance this Valentine’s Day? While Las Vegas may be known as North America’s destination for gambling and parties, the city also offers some of the best accommodations and restaurants, on top of one-of-a-kind events and shows, making it the perfect spot to wine and dine your favorite person this February.
Breathtaking scenery to admire and unique local ingredients: what’s not to love about Canadian spas? Here are 10 to explore.
During Quebec’s long, nippy winters, locals like to thumb their noses at the weather and head outside to play in the snow and ice. Here are 10 ways to do so…
They don’t hibernate in these parts–they celebrate! There’s nothing like a crisp Manitoba winter day to enjoy the great outdoors or soak up pure luxury in a world-class spa.
When you hear the term NASCAR, and you are not familiar with that sport slash culture, a few solid stereotypes will immediately spring to mind, and generally speaking those stereotypes have solid foundations (the roots of this sport can be traced to bootleggers in North Carolina, like Junior Johnson, who became the first NASCAR superstar, but who began his career as a moonshine runner who modified his car to outrun the law–Jeff Bridges immortalized Johnson on film in the movie The Last American Hero). But going to a NASCAR race is an experience that goes way above and beyond the mere notion of attending a “race” or a “sporting event”. Having just come back from my second such experience at the gargantuan Michigan International Speedway, I can say without a shred of exaggeration that attending a NASCAR event is one of the most enjoyable and interesting travel experiences I have ever had.