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Cycling from Parksville to Qualicum Beach

Bike from Parksville to Qualicum Beach along nice residential streets with beautiful gardens, quiet country roads and picturesque off-road paths, and refuel in…

Halifax: small city, big heart

A historical seaport where you can smell the seafaring past, Halifax is home to countless institutions and events that can rightfully lay claim to be the first…

Slow Food Cycle Tour Agassiz

Pedal along quiet roads, meet the farmers that produce your food and enjoy the beautiful countryside around Agassiz.

Parksville and Qualicum Beach - Canada’s Ocean Playground

Parksville and Qualicum Beach have it all: beaches, spectacular ocean views, old growth forests, boutique and unique specialty shops, great food and much more.

Staying anywhere in Labrador ends up being more than just a place to sleep.

A big land with big opportunities. With 300,000 km2 of picturesque landscape, there’s plenty of space to explore—and lots of creative places to stay.

The Tulip Festival in Agassiz

Visit the Tulip Festival in Agassiz in April to enjoy the colourful blooms with snowcapped mountains as a backdrop.

Ottawa – A place to stay on any budget

Staying in Ottawa can mean anything from luxury hotels to basic youth hostels, and there’s a lot in between those two extremes.

So much to see in Newfoundland – you’ll be planning your return trip before you know it

From whale watching, birds and icebergs to music festivals, lighthouses and comedy, there are dozens of things to see in Newfoundland.

Ottawa – From the pub to the boulangerie and back

In Ottawa, the cuisines of the city’s many immigrants come together with the city’s French and English heritage.

The Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival

An awesome spectacle of thousands of bald eagles awaits you at the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival.

Black Forest Restaurant, Harrison Hot Springs

For some stick-to-your-ribs German food, try the Black Forest Restaurant in Harrison Hot Springs.

Wine tasting at NK’MiP Cellars

Nestled in the desert outside Osoyoos, North America’s First Aboriginal-Owned and Operated Winery NK'MIP Cellars is the perfect place to wander and taste-test…

Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre – history and culture combined with a desert ecology lesson.

Discover the history of the Osoyoos people and the ecology of the desert at Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre.

Let your inner spirit relax and soar at Spirit Ridge Resort and Spa

Visit Spirit Ridge Resort and Spa just outside of Osoyoos for a vacation at which there is no need to go more than a couple of kilometres from the resort –…

White Oaks Resort & Spa

White Oaks Resort and Spa, a destination unto itself that puts you at the centre of Niagara area attractions in the finest accommodations in…

Go on a whale watching safari with Discovery Marine Safaris

Viewing orcas in their natural habitat during a whale watching safari with Discovery Marine Safaris will be even more exciting once you learn more about these…

Ottawa – Capital of culture and nature

As Canada’s capital, Ottawa offers many cultural attractions, but the city is in a beautiful location, and is also a great place to experience the outdoors.

Food, glorious food!

PEI features culinary delights big and small, and is fast becoming the food mecca of the world.

First - and lasting - impressions of Labrador

Labrador is called the “big land,” and for good reason. Join Sandra Phinney as she starts a journey from Labrador City in the west of the province, across the…

Small island of PEI offers big choice in accommodations

For a small gentle island, you’ll be amazed at the number of accommodations (and the variety!) to be found in PEI.

Get ready to say “wow” a lot in New Brunswick

There’s a saying, “seeing is believing.” New Brunswick has lots of things to see that almost defy description because they are so awe-inspiring and wonderful.

Digby: small town, big heart, and lots of action

Picture this: a small town with quirky shops, great food, and a motorbike rally which attracts over 30,000 bikes.

New Brunswick - the perfect place for your next discovery

New Brunswick has lots of bragging rights: Canada’s warmest salt water beaches and Canada’s most storied river—and more!

Wine touring Vancouver Island

Going on a wine tour on Vancouver Island is a great way to learn more about and taste the various top quality wines produced in the scenic regions of the…

New Brunswick's rich history, vibrant culture promise activities galore

There are countless ways to experience the colourful heritage of New Brunswick. Once you’ve immersed yourself in the history and culture, you’ll want more.

New Brunswick - everything to fill a shopper's wish list

Whether you want to go on a major shopping spree or simply buy a souvenir, New Brunswick offers lots of choice.

Taste the difference and enjoy the experience of New Brunswick’s tempting cuisine

New Brunswick offers taste experiences that are fresh, succulent and unquestionably delicious.

Your night-time stay in New Brunswick is as rewarding as your day-time activities

Finding somewhere to stay in New Brunswick is as easy as finding something to do. The only challenge is making a choice.

Labrador - Nature at its best

There is a variety of activities for visitors to Labrador during all seasons. Labrador is the place to get outdoors and explore the natural surroundings.

In Labrador seeing is believing

Summer and fall months are an excellent time to tour the local museums, historic places and many other attractions throughout Labrador.

Labrador—Canada’s last frontier

Labrador is the mainland portion of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. With four distinct regions and 9,000 years of human history, Labrador…

Get more than you bargained for in Newfoundland

Since Newfoundland and Labrador has so much coastline, it will come as no surprise that many of our accommodations have spectacular views. That’s just for…

Enrico Vineyards, Mill Bay, Vancouver Island

Make a visit to the Enrico Winery part of your stay on Vancouver Island. Meet the friendly Enrico family and taste their exquisite wines.

Cycling in Victoria

Victoria – often called Canada’s cycling capital – is a great place to explore on two wheels.

Experience the enviable West Coast lifestyle in a bed and breakfast

The Canadian West Coast has many bed and breakfast options to choose from – from historic homes in vibrant cities to quiet country retreats

Cycling the Galloping Goose and Lochside Trails

Cycling the Galloping Goose and Lochside Trails is a great way to discover the natural beauty of southern Vancouver Island.

Victoria – City of Gardens and warm hospitality

The compact and walkable city of Victoria, one of the oldest cities in the Pacific North West, is a popular tourist destination thanks to its mild climate,…

Stay and play in paradise - on Vancouver Island

As a top tourist destination, Vancouver Island offers a wide variety of accommodations, whether it’s a glamorous hotel, a luxurious retreat, a quiet get-away,…

PEI: fun challenge in choosing what to do

The best way to learn about island life (and have fun in the process) is to sign up for a hands-on island experience. With over 70 Authentic Island Experiences…

PEI – A food mecca of the world

PEI is referred to as the million acre farm, and is becoming the destination of choice for food lovers. No wonder it has a world-class month long food festival…

PEI - Places galore to explore

It’s hard to believe that a province so small can offer so much. The best way to get a true sense of Prince Edward Island is to get out and explore. Talk with…

Nova Scotia shops and artisans—mighty unique!

Nova Scotia is home to thousands of artists whose work can be viewed at craft fairs, art galleries, local markets and roadside displays.

Nova Scotia’s culinary delights

Nova Scotia is known the world over for fresh seafood. But no true culinary experience would be complete without also sampling some of our extraordinary wines…

History is alive and well in Nova Scotia!

From epic past and present-day maritime and military experiences and all the way back to hundreds of millions of years ago when dinosaurs roamed the Bay of…

Outdoor adventures galore in Nova Scotia

In Nova Scotia, you’re never far from nature. It’s all about taking some time to relax, enjoy, and have fun!

One-of-a-kind items, found only in Newfoundland

Traditional crafts like knitting, mat making, and carving can be found in many areas of the province. The cities of St. John’s and Corner Brook have many…

Nova Scotia, Canada’s ocean playground

Nova Scotia, Latin for “New Scotland”, is one of Canada’s three Maritime Provinces and is the most populous province in Atlantic Canada. Located almost exactly…

Prince Edward Island -There’s so much to see you’ll want to stay longer

Prince Edward Island - It’s all here: beaches, theatre, national parks and historic sites, music, Anne of Green Gables—and more.

Day trips in Labrador provide a lifetime of memories

Stand still. The horizon has never been this quiet. Labrador is the only place left where you can have this much space to yourself.

Labrador products - Rooted in tradition and inspired by culture

Labrador's mix of culture, including the Inuit, Innu, Metis and Settler provides a distinct yet diverse variety of authentic Labrador craft collections.

Prince Edward Island - Small in size but mighty in spirit

Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest and greenest province. Cradled on the waves of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Prince Edward Island is known for its vivid…

Step on the wild side – taste Newfoundland!

Eating in Newfoundland can be an adventure all on its own - new chefs have taken the old staples and prepared them in new ways, with mouth-watering results –…

Outdoor paradise and history galore in Newfoundland

You can take a stroll around a pond, hike all day along the coast, or go all the way and hike for days in Newfoundland.

When dining in Metro Vancouver the incredible views can add to the quality of your meal

It is no surprise that Vancouver has many restaurants with great views – of the mountains, of the ocean, of the city and in some cases of all the above.

Nova Scotia accommodations - from wilderness camping to urban hotels

Nova Scotia has every range of accommodation imaginable. Visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to selecting the kind of place you want to stay.

Newfoundland: wilderness, culture, unique food – and more

Newfoundland features rugged beauty, lots of wildlife (especially moose, birds and whales), rich cultures and a fascinating history.

The best shopping malls in Metro Vancouver

There’s quite a variety of shopping malls in Metro Vancouver, some reflecting the multicultural flavour of the region, and all with a range of goods and…

Bike Metro Vancouver’s city streets, seaside pathways, and forest trails

Metro Vancouver is an excellent place to explore by bicycle, whether you cruise the seaside promenades or careen down the mountain trails.

Bear watching in British Columbia

Bear watching in British Columbia is a unique and exciting experience. Numerous guided tours are offered in various parts of the province to view grizzlies,…

Explore the gardens of Canada’s west coast

Canada’s west coast has dozens of beautiful gardens to explore – from the lushness of the rainforest to the desert of the interior, there is a garden for…

Toronto's Yorkville – home of luxury boutiques and five star restaurants

Yorkville, the trendy place to see to be seen shopping in Toronto

Toronto shopping - from bargain hunters to haute couture fashionistas

From Trendy boutique to high end labels – Toronto has all the shopping one could desire.

Find your place to stay in Toronto, the world’s most multicultural city

Toronto has more people and more accommodation options than any other city in Canada. From intimate B&B’s to full five star luxury hotels, Toronto has a…

Sample the tastes of the world in Toronto

Toronto - the world’s most multicultural city - serves up food from around the world. Toronto is the place to challenge your taste buds.

The top 10 things to see and do in Toronto

Toronto has hundreds of things to do and places to see but these are our top picks

Niagara Falls - one of the Seven Wonders of Canada

Visit Niagara Falls, not only a natural wonder but also a destination full of fun activities and a honeymoon capital of the world.

Vancouver's Point Grey: shop at the village and explore UBC’s fine museums, lush forests and stunning beaches

Point Grey’s posh village offers charming shops, while UBC’s beaches, unspoiled forests, museums and botanical gardens invite exploration.

Golfing, biking, canoeing or shopping - Ontario has something for everyone to do

Hiking, shopping, biking, golfing, paddling or just relaxing – there is always something to do in Ontario

Explore fashion, history, natural wonders, urban centres and the arts – explore Ontario

From large urban centres, international cultural festivals and high fashion shopping to wilderness and quiet rural farmland, there is no end of things to see…

Paddling Quebec's Anticosti – seals and deer

Paddle Anticosti Island, home to many deer, seals and a plethora of other wildlife

Vancouver offers an ideal place to stay for every traveller – from luxury to historic

Vancouver offers every type and level of accommodation from five star plus luxury to budget hostels. From sleek modern high-rises to historic inns to art…

Kingston: Queen’s University and living history

Kingston: home to Queen’s University, the Royal Military College and some of Canada’s top musicians.

Ontario's cottage country: lakeside serenity just hours from the city

Ontario cottage country has many luxurious resorts and vacation rental properties and is perhaps the best place to spend a week in the summer months.

From unique boutiques to high fashion and recreation clothing – Whistler is a shopper’s paradise

Whistler offers world class shopping in a town of 10,000 – that is the advantage of an international resort town. Shopping here is an extension of the…

Whistler – a place designed around having fun!

The whole reason for being in Whistler is to have fun – to experience great skiing, boarding, biking, hiking, shopping, parties, eating and a host of other…

Whatever your taste buds crave, Whistler is sure to have a spot to satisfy your hunger and your thirst

World class dining in a small town – or should we say world class dining in a world class resort town. From haute cuisine to slope side burgers – Whistler has…

Where to stay after you play in Whistler – one of the world’s best playgrounds

As a year round playground Whistler has a wide range of accommodations, from extreme luxury hotels and private residences to hostels. Even the hostels are a…

Find your fashion on Robson Street

Robson Street is home to some of Vancouver’s best shops from high fashion to jewellery to show stores.

Kayaking, festivals and all that jazz - urban paddling in Montreal

Exploring the waterways and musical festivals in Montreal, Quebec – from a day on the water to fireworks over the harbour, Montreal has a festival for everyone…

Ontario has a place to stay for everyone from city luxury to wilderness resort

Canada’s most populated Province has a huge range of accommodations, from rustic wilderness lodges to city centre luxury hotels

Ontario’s wine country

From crisp whites and complex reds to sweet Ice Wine, Ontario has wine for every taste.

Saguenay sojourn

Paddling Canada’s southernmost fjord – just a couple hours from Quebec City in the heart of the wilderness.

Jewellery and watch shopping in Vancouver

Directory of jewellery and watch stores in the Metro Vancouver region.

Playing in the Chic Chocs

The Gaspé Peninsula sticks out into the Gulf of St. Lawrence like a huge thumb; running down the thumb like knuckles are the Chic Choc Mountains. Perched high…

Montreal – Canada’s bilingual city

As the second largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris, Montreal has an undeniably French flavour, but it is also home to hundreds of thousands of…

The Ice Hotel: the coolest hotel – period.

For a truly Canadian, unique and ultimately very very cool experience, spend a night at the Ice Hotel - Hôtel de Glace - near Quebec City.

Quebec City: cool digs indeed

Visit Quebec City in the winter and sleep comfortably in the Ice Hotel or discover the history behind the Auberge Saint Antoine.

Meeting in the Mingans

Explore one the world’s most beautiful natural areas from a kayak. Surrounded by birds, whales and fantastically shaped islands the Mingan Archipelago is a…

Quebec City, from romance to history to shopping to fine cuisine - all this and more.

History, style, fashion, festivals and romance combine in Quebec City. Explore cobblestone streets, French Canadian cuisine and any one of dozens of festivals.

Quebec, the heart of French Canada

Quebec is the heart of French Culture in Canada, a fusion of historical cities, modern fashion and strong regional flavours. Visit ‘la belle province’

Ottawa: Canada’s capital city

Nestled on the banks of the Ottawa River, Canada’s capital city has great festivals, luxurious accommodations and lots of activities for any traveler.

Metro Toronto: the multicultural city!

Toronto is Canada’s largest city and the capital of Ontario but it is far more than the economic engine of Canada. Toronto is the world’s city—…

Victoria, British Columbia

Visit Victoria, British Columbia’s capital city, for a bit of English charm and plenty of outdoor adventure.

Explore Vancouver Island’s historic towns, fertile valleys and pristine wilderness

Vancouver Island is paradise, whether you’re seeking solitude or adventure in its friendly towns and incredible landscapes.

Metro Vancouver

From exclusive dining and great shopping to rural farmland and nature escapes, Metro Vancouver has lots to offer for everyone!

Top places to visit and things to do in Vancouver

See whales at the Aquarium, cycle through Stanley park, walk on the seawall, explore museums and ride to the top of mountains on a gondola – these are just a…

Supernatural soakers: get the outdoor spa experience in BC's hot springs

Sample BC’s best hot springs from natural ocean-filled coves to luxury swimming pools surrounded by mountains.

Ontario, the centre and heart of Canada

Ontario, Canada’s heartland. Outside Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario is home to Niagara Falls, wineries, world class shopping, luxury hotels and seemingly endless…

Robson Street shopping

With fashion spanning the globe from European styles and American apparel and beloved Canadian brands, Robson Street is a shopper’s delight.

Incredible scenery and fun festivals at Harrison Hot Springs

Harrison Hot Springs - a perfect get-away a short distance from Vancouver. Enjoy the stunning mountain views, relaxing hot spring pools and fun festivals!