Some of Mother Nature’s most awe-inspiring creations are best seen from a particular vantage point. Here are some of the most humbling spots in the world and how to best experience them—whether it’s above, below, inside, or even beyond.
One of the hottest tickets in Montreal this winter is “A Crack in Everything,” the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal’s tribute to the legacy of Leonard Cohen. Open until April 9, 2018, the exhibition celebrates the Canadian icon’s music, poetry and life in a series of multimedia installations. Here are five of the most captivating reasons to go.
If you spot blue traffic lights and sweet potato Kit Kats, you’re in Japan.
We asked you to share Canada’s most impressive architecture on camera. From glittering steel skyscrapers to charming stone buildings, here are our favourite reader-submitted pictures.
Congratulations to the winners of our annual photo contest—choosing among such amazing entries wasn’t easy! Here are the winners, along with some others we felt worthy of special mention. Thanks to all who participated!
Part of an ongoing tribute to honour Canada’s war veterans.
Find out which spot on the planet is the closest to outer space, which hard-to-reach landmark will take your breath away, and more fascinating destination spots!
Venturing deep into the some of the most stunning scenery in the world, a journey onboard the luxurious Rocky Mountaineer train presents countless, once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities of views that you just won’t see by car. But you can’t be everywhere at once on a train, and you certainly don’t want to miss out on the most magical of those moments if you’re looking the wrong way. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a shutterbug’s guide to riding the rails through the Canadian Rockies.
As a surge of baby boomers retire, Qualicum Beach, B.C.—Canada’s most elderly town—is a model of the communities
they’ll call home
Photographer Zach Baranowski of Toronto travelled from coast to coast with camera in hand, capturing stunning images of our country in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday.
Chef Vanessa Gianfrancesco’s big—and perpetually hungry—family was the perfect test group for her signature modern twist on classic Italian recipes.
Part of a continuing special tribute to help mark Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Planning on hitting the slopes in Quebec this season? Whether you’re a seasoned ski bum or strictly interested in the après, these 20 French phrases will comes in handy.
Found in 1949, this WWI medal is now in the right hands.
The world’s “lost continent” is 94 per cent underwater. Here’s how to see it.
Can’t decide where to go for your sunny getaway? Take a few cues from your fellow Canadians! We asked the folks at Kayak—the world’s leading travel search engine—to reveal five cities that have seen big spikes in searches for holiday travel.
Canada doesn’t always get to play itself in the movies, but when it does, it often threatens to steal the show. From Videodrome to Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, these 10 films celebrate the beauty and bustle of the Great White North.
Yes, flight attendants do play favourites.
Thinking about staying home from now on? We don’t blame you—in fact, we’ll probably join.
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