Lake Huron may be far from the surf breaks of Hawaii, but that hasn’t stopped the freshwater surf renaissance that thrives here. Here’s what you need to know about stand up paddling (SUP) on Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada.
Kayaks and canoes provide the only access to many parts of Canada’s remote Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia. From ancient forests to hidden bays, exploring the Queen Charlotte Islands is an unforgettable experience.
Cruising the Rideau Canal on a luxury houseboat by Le Boat is an excellent way to see this beautiful part of Ottawa, Ontario in Canada.
Instead of fighting the cold, Quebec embraces the chill at the world’s most popular winter festival.
Rent some skates, bundle up the kids and hit the ice on the world’s largest skating rink.
During the last century, the good people of Halifax have come to the aid of those in need
St. Andrews By-The-Sea is a timeless seaside town. From whale-watching along the shore to a stay at the classic Algonquin Resort, here’s what to see and do in St. Andrews By-The-Sea.
A sailing cruise on Bras d’Or Lake, the largest inland sea in Canada, is a wonderful way to see Cape Breton and the natural beauty of Nova Scotia.
I had to come to Churchill to see the whales, but found something even better.
Swim with beluga whales or just watch the cowboys. Canada’s 10 provinces offer a rich range of experiences.
Where else can you sleep on a bed of ice in a hotel made entirely of snow?
Polar bears rule the Arctic tundra near Churchill, Manitoba, but a unique “safari” brings the chance to see the gigantic bears up close.