Whether you’re a nature lover or a city-dweller seeking cultural experiences, there is sure to be a hidden gem on this list that you and your family will love.
Through his Canadian Mosaic Project, photographer Tim Van Horn of Red Deer, Alta., has woven together 54,000 portraits from 1,200 communities—the largest portrait in Canadian history. And it took almost a decade to make.
Men tend to follow their gut instinct. And some are biologically wired not to second guess themselves. Behind the wheel, they feel compelled to just drive.
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Living Connections—beginning on May 17, 2017—transforms the landmark bridge into a massive piece of illuminated art for Montreal’s 375th and Canada’s 150th anniversaries.
What we consider polite and sensible behaviour at home isn’t always perceived in the same fashion outside our borders. Don’t be labelled rude, or disrespectful on your travels—discover these unique worldwide customs and make friends wherever you happen to roam.
Everybody knows the telephone was invented in Canada, but how many people know that 95 per cent of the world’s lentils come from Saskatchewan, or that we make more submarines than most countries combined? Check out this surprising list of Canada’s most fascinating exports!
Did you know that 40 per cent of the New York subway system is above ground, and it runs 24 hours a day? Did you know London, England draws more international visitors than any other city on the planet? Read on to discover more fun travel trivia!