All posts by Sarah Binns

Sarah Binns joined VIA Rail’s Communications department in January 2016. Originally from Toronto, she spent four (cold) years in Montréal before fleeing to sunny Los Angeles for grad school. Now armed with a collection of giant scarves, she back in Montréal where she enjoys rock climbing, discovering new teashops, and working her way through the New York Times Nonfiction Best Sellers lists. ***** Sarah Binns s’est greffée au service des communications de VIA Rail en janvier 2016. Originaire de Toronto, elle a bravé quatre durs hivers à Montréal avant de s’envoler vers la chaude Californie ensoleillée pour poursuivre ses études supérieures. Aujourd’hui, armée d’une collection de méga foulards, elle est de retour à Montréal où elle s’adonne à l’escalade et à la découverte de nouveaux salons de thé tout en dévorant les meilleurs ouvrages documentaires classés par le New York Times.

What To Do in Saskatoon in September

This is probably one of the best years to discover Canada. Every month, for Canada 150, we’ve been writing about the best things to do … Continue Reading

Blues Brother On Board: Dan Aykroyd goes to Ottawa

A few weeks ago I took the train with Dan Aykroyd.  Let me repeat that for you:  a few weeks ago I took the train … Continue Reading

This July Celebrate Canada 150 in Ottawa

All year we’ve been suggesting the best places to visit each month to take part in the Canada 150 celebrations.  Considering July is the month … Continue Reading

Old Meets New: Things to Do in Kingston

When I say “Kingston, Ontario” what comes to mind? I’m guessing: Queen’s University, the military, and maybe sailing. Most … Continue Reading