Oktoberfest in Kitchener-Waterloo is a big deal – 700,000 people partake in the festivities, which run the gamut from the obvious (beer, polka and lots and lots of lederhosen) to the surprising and exciting (barrel races, archery, log sawing and human foosball tournaments).
Named for its location—amid a criss-cross of railway lines—Toronto’s Junction stretches along Dundas West, between Indian Grove and Quebec Avenue. Once home to factories, mills … Continue Reading
After decades of Toronto living, my husband and I moved back to our hometown of Ottawa this month. We love the nation’s capital and our … Continue Reading
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
Pride is a time where thousands of people around the world can celebrate who they are and who they love — and in Canada, we … Continue Reading
The Canada 150 celebrations of 2017 may be over, but there are still plenty of reasons to revisit some of our nation’s most nostalgic attractions. … Continue Reading