When I first moved to Nova Scotia
a decade ago, there were a few nice restaurants, for sure, but the food … Continue Reading
Vancouver residents are notorious for talking up their city’s great sushi and commitment to green policies. And yes, I’m one of those delightfully obnoxious raw … Continue Reading
Over 100 languages are spoken in Winnipeg. Admittedly, this stat always seems a bit fanciful, but it surely becomes evident when you take a stroll … Continue Reading
Moving to Ottawa’s Centretown this summer was an easy transition: cycling paths
bursting with floral colour, arts festivals galore, outdoor yoga on Parliament … Continue Reading
Montreal’s St-Henri neighbourhood
often gets its borders confused with neighbouring Griffintown and Little Burgundy, but the bustling area very much has its own … Continue Reading
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.
“When was the last time you had a sister-bonding weekend?” asked my boyfriend. Though we are close, I realised, “We’ve never had one.” Our first weekend away had to meet certain criteria: lots of fun activities, in a place we’ve never visited – and not too far. Enter Brockville.