An unfamiliar unease dogged me one long-ago summer at a farm on the plains between Regina and Moose Jaw, Sask. I was there to work with horses, but the enormity of the sky and the vastness of the prairie—the limitlessness of it all—seemed...Read More»
Stand in front of practically any exhibit at the Fashioning Expo 67 show at the McCord in Montreal and just try to resist the jolt of electric Kool-Aid energy that leaps from these clothes directly into your Canadian soul. Eleanor Ellis's paper dress,...Read More»
Not all gadgets designed to make your journeys easier have to come from fancy travel boutiques. Many can be found right in your own home.
A hanging...Read More»
Ah, travels with grandkids. What gift does this globe-trotting grandma give her grandchildren on their birthdays?
My little ones each receive "an...Read More»
Travelling through Canada? Follow the path of this land's indigenous peoples at these four must-see destinations.
The demand for authentic, respectful...Read More»
Oh, the lazy, hazy days of summer. If you're looking for multi-generation family fun (including your pet), you could do worse than Viamede Resort in The...Read More»
If you've ever wanted to speed without the risk of a hefty ticket, there's plenty of companies out there willing to let you put the pedal to the metal on...Read More»
We're halfway through summer and perhaps you've gone camping or maybe your camping trip is around the corner! We've scoured the internet (read: Pinterest)...Read More»
The Yukon isn't always for city folk. But once you bundle up and explore, you'll come to love the natural tourist attractions the land has to...Read More»
South Africa is one of the best destinations to consider scratching off your Bucket List. But, before the safari, experience the culture, the people and...Read More»
We explore the land of the rising sun, and the many things Japan has to offer visitors.
1. Checking out Tokyo after dark
I now understand lost in...Read More»
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