In this article, I attempt to describe what it's like to live in the ever-sprawling Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
A description of five scenic towns in Canada. What to see and do in Gananoque, Niagara on the Lake, Salmon Arm, Canmore and Qualicum Beach.
Whether of mixed breed or pedigree, there is one luxury hotel in Vancouver that welcomes guests and their traveling hounds. Tall and majestic, the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver never runs short on style. If you are looking somewhere luxurious to stay on your next vacation, then this is a heritage hotel you and your pet will want to stay at for awhile.
Dawson City, Yukon is a paradise for anyone interested in the Klondike Gold Rush. If you're driving up the highway or even getting a ride in from the airport, the signs are everywhere.
Whether you’re traveling with a significant other, with the family on vacation, or taking off on a solo adventure, Vancouver is a beautiful city with plenty to offer any visiting tourist. Here are 5 must-see attractions in the city to create what will surely be a memorable trip.
Ottawa is the capital of Canada. The city is partially located in Quebec and partially in Ontario. Albeit smaller than Toronto, due to its unique place in Canada, it has tons of interesting things to offer to visitors whether you are coming in summer or winter. Here are 5 must-do things in the capital of Canada.
A great walking town, Victoria has marvelous architecture, old world charm, and even a castle. Enjoy the Victorian charm before you head out to the wilds of Vancouver Island.
First time visitors to Toronto have a lot to see in the culturally diverse and vibrant city. If you are on your second trip or a local looking for something beyond major tourist sites take a look at this list of a few of my favorite things to do in Toronto.
Montreal, Quebec is a beautiful City with a lot of history. If you are vacationing with children then Montreal can be a great place to visit; however the trip may be planned differently than if you were going as a solo adult. There are many great bars in Montreal...
In Canada's far north, in Alaska, and in Greenland, live the Inuit. The Inuit - formerly called Eskimos - are an admirable people, living and thriving in lands where driving snow often spreads deeply over the stark tundra, and blizzards and biting cold destroy all but the hardiest and the most adaptable.
This is the story of one of Canada's more fascinating and complex puzzles that have only been compounded into more complexity by the actions of men who have hunted for its wealth. If you have never heard of Oak Island or its story, boy do I have a treat for you.