Waterfront British-inspired Victoria boasts old world architecture, blooming gardens, miles of bike paths and a lively food and drink scene.
Travel in Canada
Fall in Whistler, British Columbia, is considered shoulder season and offers cheaper prices but still plenty of fun, food and activities.
The fall colours in Ontario are spectacular and the best way to see them is by car or train. Here’s a list of drives for Ontario leaf-peeping.
Forget the aquarium. When it comes to exploring the ocean’s splendor, there’s nothing like the real deal.
From Bali to Paris to the Maldives, discover the top honeymoon destinations for couples in our honeymoon destination guide.
With 900 kilometers of bike paths, this Montreal event draws thousands of cycling enthusiasts each year.
Visit Ganglers North Seal River Lodge in northern Manitoba for off-the-beaten-path eco-adventures, fishing and pristine nature in comfort.
Get off the beaten to explore more of Quebec on the Explorer’s Route, a road trip for those who love nature, adventure and being outdoors.
Native American Heritage Month honors the history, culture, and present-day experiences of Native Americans.
The Bay of Fundy has the world’s highest tides. Take a road trip in New Brunswick to explore the seaside communities that call it home.
Did you know that New Brunswick’s Acadian culture shares roots with Louisiana’s Cajuns? Or that it has the world’s largest tides? Here are 15 fun things to know.
Known as Canada’s Hamptons there are plenty of things to do in Muskoka in the summer like water skiing, wake foiling and farmers’ markets.