Kayaking with whales off the northeast coast of Vancouver Island was the best birthday present this Ontario resident could have asked for.
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Regularly voted by outdoor magazines as a top spot for kayaking, cycling, running, surfing and hiking, British Columbia has a little something for everyone—from the novice runner to the avid mountaineer. Strap on a backpack, pack some energy snacks, fill up your water and hit the trail with these B.C. adventures.
With fewer than 400 residents, Harvey Station is rich in history and home to many lakes for canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming or just lazing around beside the fire pit.
Your mission last month: Send us the shot that sums up the best vacation you’ve ever had! From Icelandic fields to Canadian shores to white sand beaches in Mexico, these stunning shots made us want to pack our bags and book the next available flight abroad.
A deep dive in a little bay near Campbell River, B.C. turned into a once-in-a-lifetime experience for this lover of the sea.
Part of a continuing special tribute to help mark Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Calgary’s got more to offer than cold winters and cowboys. In fact, the largest city in Alberta boasts some of Canada’s top draws for foodies, shopaholics and culture vultures alike. Here are 40 things to do in Calgary that will boost “Cowtown” to the top of your bucket list.
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