There’s no more iconic image of the British Empire than a redcoat soldier. From Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle, here are 10 places to see them.
The Quebec Winter Carnival is the largest winter carnival in the world, and draws more than 500,000 people. Take a look at some of the fun!
Instead of fighting the cold, Quebec embraces the chill at the world’s most popular winter festival.
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?
Based on thermotherapy, this Nordic spa in Quebec is the perfect place to decompress.
A marvel of ice and snow is built each year just outside Québec City.
Spend a week in this lesser known area of Canada’s enormous province, chock full of national parks and endless outdoor opportunities.
This popular festival in Québec City aims to be historically accurate — and a whole lot of fun.
Whether above ground or below, visitors to Montreal revel in its hospitality and artistic delights.
At the colorful Carnaval de Québec, winter activities take center stage, from dogsled races to snow sculptures.