All posts by Jessica Romera

Jessica Romera is a freelance writer and has an undergraduate degree in Journalism and has written for several publications including the Montreal Gazette, Montreal Families and Cult MTL. A self-proclaimed bookworm and concert junkie, you will likely find her with her nose stuck in a novel or in the middle of a crowded music venue. // Jessica Romera est rédactrice et titulaire d’un diplôme de premier cycle en journalisme et a écrit des articles pour plusieurs publications, dont le Montreal Gazette, Montreal Families et Cult MTL. Passionnée de concerts et de livres, Jessica aime autant dévorer un bon roman que de se retrouver au milieu de la foule dans un évènement musical.

The Best Fall Day Trips from Montreal

I hate to break it to you, but summer will inevitably be coming to a screeching halt any day now. Soon, Canadians will solemnly trade in their iced coffees for a regular hot cup of java and start draping themselves in oversized scarves. And while I apologize in advance for the overused Game of Thrones reference (RIP Hodor), we Montrealers can relate all too well to that sinking feeling that winter, is in fact, coming.

The Best Spots to SUP in Canada

Summer is in full swing which means most of us have a checklist of must-do activities the length of a Victorian novel— my usual suspects … Continue Reading

Kingston’s Culinary and Art Scenes

We all know Kingston as a beautiful historic city rife with entertainment and culture, but until recently, its culinary prowess has flown relatively under … Continue Reading

Where To Spend Spring Break in Canada

Ah, spring break. A time to pull yourself away from textbooks, excel spreadsheets or conference calls to just kick back and unwind for a little … Continue Reading

Winter Fun in Quebec City

The last time I was in Quebec City, I was 12 years old on a school trip. Save for a few fuzzy photos taken with … Continue Reading

Outdoor Skating Rinks in Canada

Let’s face it: between the subzero temperatures and dwindling hours of daylight, Canadian winters can feel endless. Luckily for us, we have a knack for … Continue Reading

Where to be in December: The Quirky Canada 150 Bucket List

On the international stage, Canada may be known by its stereotype as the hockey-playing, maple syrup-loving nation with chronically polite tendencies. And when considering a … Continue Reading