Changing leaves, morning mists, soft evening light and vibrant splashes of colour—autumn is a dream season for shutterbugs and outdoorsman alike. Check out these luminous photographs from Our Canada readers, which showcase the most magical time of the year.
Whether they’re made in Canada, designed by Canadians, or simply conjure up that classic Canadiana vibe, these 30 gifts are the greatest the Great White North has to offer this holiday.
Numbering more than 400, Clare Smith’s teapot collection is sure to satisfy every taste!
Nature rarely gets more dramatic than during rutting season. It brings out the animal in male deer, and presents an opportunity that Canadian photographer John McCracken simply can’t refuse.
Listening to our national anthem on Remembrance Day evokes bittersweet memories and reinforces an undying love of country for this third-generation Canadian.
The life of a young soldier is saved by the most mundane of objects.
Pieter Broerse was one of thousands of POWs and local villagers who were forced to build the notorious Burma Railway during the Second World War.
Camp X’s sole purpose was to develop and train agents in every aspect of silent killing, sabotage, partisan work, recruitment methods for the resistance movement, demolition, map reading, weaponry and Morse code.
As Londoners soldiered on through WWII bombings, many of their children were sent to live in Canada.
The remains of Private Kenneth Donald Duncanson were discovered in Belgium in 2014. The news sent his closest living relative on a journey of commemoration and remembrance.
Coded messages based on the Cree language made it difficult for the enemy to monitor and decipher Allied transmissions during the Second World War.
Found in 1949, this WWI medal is now in the right hands.
I was a 24-year-old private when I served with the Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan. Upon my return from that deployment in 2010, I wrote a letter for the students of Joseph Teres Elementary School in Winnipeg, which I attended as a child.
Canada is chock full of stunning views and too-beautiful-to-be-real landscapes. These luminous photographs give a little taste of how gorgeous our home and native land really is.
From the screaming tunnel of Niagara Falls to the phantoms of Old Montreal, the Great White North has more than its share of spooky lore and legends. To get you into Halloween spirit—and bring you out in goosebumps—we’ve rounded up 13 scary things you didn’t know about Canada.
Spooks, spectres and spirits abound: Canada is rich with ghost stories and tales of the supernatural. We’ve rounded up the most skin-crawling locations Canada has to offer, so you can find out whether there really is something to all these spooky tales.
Set along the shore of Okanagan Lake, Kelowna is a city that has many orchards, vineyards, beaches and parks.
Fall in love with autumn at these rural Ontario spots.
You know the Calgary Stampede as a rip-roaring rodeo, but there’s more to it than steer wrestling and a flashy parade. Check out these little known facts about this iconic Canadian event, which deserves its moniker of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.
For years, residents of Windsor, Ont., have been plagued by a spectral noise. So far, nobody’s been able to explain what it is—or how to make it disappear.