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.
Canada’s vast and diverse landscapes offer incredible vistas.
One of the costs of building the St. Lawrence Seaway was a devastating loss of nine Ontario communities—and significant Canadian history.
Vancouver’s winding waterfront path is ideal for walking, cycling, jogging—or just people-watching. Oh, and did we mention that it’s perfect for shutterbugs too?
Part of an ongoing tribute to honour Canada’s war veterans.
Considering a trip to one of the highest towns in Canada? Soaring peaks, shimmering lakes and abundant wildlife make the area surrounding Banff, Alberta, a must-see.
Explore the museums, parks and tourist attractions that make Montreal and Quebec City two of the most diverse, beautiful and exciting travel destinations in Canada.
Photographing the incredible wildlife in Prince Albert National Park has given amateur photographer Duane Larson of Prince Albert, Sask., a new lease on life.
The story of how an adopted dog changes her adventurous owners’ lives for the better.
In 2013, mechanic Don Mason received a phone call from the man who saved him from a tragic accident—and finally learned the real story of his birth.
From British Columbia to New Brunswick, these spectacular shots crystallize the stillness and tranquil beauty of the Canadian winter.
It’s not easy to find a place that’s beautiful, diverse and welcoming. But Rie Yamashita, who celebrates her 10th year in Canada, has never felt more at home.
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.