In my experience, the best way to get to know a city is through its culinary scene. When I moved to Edmonton from Vancouver nine years ago, I set out to discover Alberta’s capital bite by bite. What I discovered was a city vibrant with culture and bursting with great food.
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
Following their fantastic first trip to Ottawa, Passion Passport joined us for another ride – this time to Quebec City. They toured the city with their stomachs, simultaneously taking in the culinary delights and the sights. With a passion for travel (as their name suggests), camera in hand and an empty belly, PP member Camille’s journey began…
Halifax is surrounded by cool little towns, secluded long sandy beaches, and naturally incredible parks. Visitors to Halifax are treated to a wide-range of exciting … 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