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Why The Forks in Winnipeg has it all this winter

In the mountains you après-ski. On the prairies, you après-skate. And you do so at The Forks, Winnipeg’s winter epicenter. Here, mountains are replaced by chic ice surfaces, while a … Continue Reading

Hamilton in Fall and Winter

So many of the popular things to do in Hamilton—from the annual Supercrawl street party to the Festival of Friends carnival in Gage Park—are primarily … Continue Reading

Unexpected Moncton: Different Ways to Explore the City

As New Brunswick’s biggest city, it stands to reason that there are plenty of things to do in Moncton. If you’ve visited the city before, you’ve probably enjoyed the usual spots like the waterpark, the zoo, or some of the great places to eat and drink.

Haunted Canada: A Ghost Hunter’s Guide to Scary Destinations

If you’re too old to trick or treat but you still love a good scare, there are more than enough haunted destinations in Canada to give you goose bumps, wherever your travels take you. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to visit, dine, or stay this Halloween—with the possibility of a ghostly encounter—we’ve got a cross-country list of suggestions. Enjoy your trip—see you on the other side?

The Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean Craft Beer Trail

Let me start off by admitting that I’m not a beer person. I have made some wonderful discoveries over the years, however, by letting myself be drawn into the world of microbreweries, which contains much more than just hoppy beverages.

What to do in Kitchener-Waterloo during Oktoberfest

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).

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.