Hailed internationally as a violin virtuoso, chamber musician, concertmaster and teacher, Canada’s Steven Staryk remains largely unknown at home.
From his residential school upbringing to the early days of reconciliation, artwork and family continue to be sources of strength for this Cree artist.
Quebec is an amazing place to visit year-round, but winter is when La Belle Province is at its most magical. Here are 10 enchanting reasons to make Quebec your winter getaway.
Canadians don’t shy away from winter—we embrace it! Check out these cool Canadian travel destinations that put the “win” back in winter.
It’s time to celebrate Canada’s love-hate relationship with winter! Beat the chill with these 10 cool facts about the Great White North.
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
Chef Vanessa Gianfrancesco’s big—and perpetually hungry—family was the perfect test group for her signature modern twist on classic Italian recipes.
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.
Seeking something unique and exotic for your next vacation? A “staycation” in Western Canada can be just as spectacular as a far-flung destination. These world-class attractions in the Canadian Rockies and Pacific Northwest prove there really is no place like home.
You had a blast with Our Canada’s latest Theme Pic Challenge, which was to capture the people and things in your life that bring you joy. Check out this blissful collection of original Canadian photography!
Down-to-earth people and a vibrant community blend perfectly in Crofton, British Columbia. Find out why contributor Jean Ballard refers to her slice of heaven as a “chicken soup” sort of town.
A first attempt at snowboarding at Lake Louise proved to be both painful and educational for Quebec transplant Luc Vanderham. Here’s what he learned about himself—and his country.
Contributor Brenda Doherty doesn’t have to go far to capture wildlife with her camera. In fact, she finds one of winter’s great pleasures is in photographing the blue jays in her own back yard.
The holiday season wasn’t made for moderation. The good news is, no matter where you’re celebrating across Canada, there’s a local hangover cure to help you bounce back the morning after. From coast to coast, here’s each Canadian province’s signature hangover cure.
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.
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.
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.
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.