Be it mountains or waterways, there is so much more to explore in this vast land we call home.
We asked Our Canada readers to send in their most frightening photography, and they rose to the challenge! From fog shrouded forests to creepy abandoned cottages, these 20 striking shots celebrate the spooky side of the Great White North.
Bite into fall with our favourite places to pick the famous fruit that keeps the doctor away.
More than 200 of these species are only found in the Great White North, meaning that Canada alone has responsibility for their fate.
British Columbia is larger (and more beautiful) than you think.
Share your funny one-liner for this cute Caption Corner pic and you might see it published in the next issue of Our Canada!
Any idea what this mystery object might be? Help out a fellow Our Canada reader and send in your answers!
The gorgeous fall foliage that adorns our fair country every year proves that orange really is the new black. Fall in love with falling leaves this autumn at these seven stellar Canadian spots.
These five artfully shot images prove that perspective is everything.
Lake Superior’s Caribou Light Station holds a special place in this Ontario resident’s heart.
What better way to say goodbye to summer than by paying tribute to being active in the great outdoors. From dragon boating to fishing to good old-fashioned swimming, enjoy this collection of original Canadian photography!
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.
The unique language of Newfoundland and Labrador is as vast and wide as the province itself.
Maria Jordan MacKeigan of Edmonton has a very special reason for becoming involved with this nonprofit that encourages advertisers to showcase people of all abilities.
As the Toronto International Film Festival kicks off its 2017 edition, we’ve rounded up five Canadian film festivals worth checking out. No passport required.
Every September, Hollywood heads north for the Toronto International Film Festival, where movies from around the globe compete for prizes and buzz. Here’s a checklist of where to eat, sleep and see the stars during the annual film fest.
Towering forests of red and yellow, crisp autumn air, cozy campfires, and, of course, not a mosquito in sight. These five fall camping destinations in Canada will make you wonder why you ever pitched a tent in the summer.
You’ve already taste-tested ciders and picked a bunch of apples—here’s how to get off the beaten path.
A father-daughter duo enjoy quality time together and provide dental assistance to locals in need.
It’s never easy to say goodbye to the lazy, hazy days of summer! We’re paying tribute to an amazing cottage season with this presentation of striking snaps from talented Canadian shutterbugs.