Want to get the royal treatment on your next staycation? You won’t find more regal accommodations than these 10 Canadian hotels, which have hosted crowned heads from around the world.
Part of the Kwakiutl First Nation, Richard Hunt’s intricate and striking wood sculptures reclaim the traditions of the Kwakwaka‘wakw people.
Seasoned traveller Miriam Roberts has visited every province and territory in Canada, capturing gorgeous images and a lifetime’s worth of stories along the way.
Saying goodbye to winter is easy for some. For others? Not so much! We’re paying tribute to a bone-chilling winter with these striking snaps from talented Canadian shutterbugs.
Since Leonard Cohen’s death in 2016, fans from around the world have been flocking to Montreal to pay homage to the iconic musician by following in his footsteps. Take a walking tour of five places he frequented—some of which even inspired his work.
One of the world’s largest remaining coastal temperate rainforests, Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia is home to rich ecosystems, wondrous wildlife and the elusive white Spirit Bear.
Dating back to the 1950s, Maw’s magnets have come from the United States, Mexico, Caribbean Islands, Europe, Japan, China and Australia!
Part of an ongoing tribute to honour Canada’s war veterans.
“I’ve come to the conclusion that education is the basis of all progress and quality of life, and consider it my duty as a First World citizen to share any knowledge I gain with those who may need it.”
From the internal creative process to the creation itself, art is an extension of healing and community-building for Maxine Noel.
Some hotels simply provide a place to lay your head, while others are a destination in and of themselves. These 10 Canadian hotels belong to the latter category: properties that, whether by their history, cultural significance, or over-the-top amenities, are worth the trip on their own.
Our unique way of packaging milk has officially left the rest of the world saying, “…eh?”
Canada may be icy and cold, but it’s also home to several of the most heartwarming and romantic places around the globe. Get into the mood for Valentine’s Day with 10 of Canada’s most romantic places.
From BeaverTails and Screech to game meat and Saskatoon berries, here’s a menu of drool-worthy Canadian foods ready to satisfy the most selective of taste buds.
Hey Canada! We recently challenged you to capture iconic Canadian modes of transportation: the vehicles in which we travel across this beautiful country of ours. From planes and trains to automobiles, here are our six favourites photos.
From traditional-looking trees that have been trimmed at home to over-the-top installations on the front yard, we’ve collected five photos from our readers that will make you wish Christmas was right around the corner again!
Hosting the largest sports event in the world will change a city – and a nation. Here are some ways Canada has changed since it started hosting the Olympics 40 years ago.
In 1947, the temperature in the Yukon plunged to a bone-chilling and record-breaking -81.4°F.
Ruth and Helmut Hotzwik fled East Germany in 1959—and lived to tell the tale.
An attempt at dog sledding in snowy (and windy) Cold Lake, Alta. proved to be both terrifying and life-affirming for the daughter of one Our Canada contributor. Here’s what she learned.