From the collapse ancient empires to the renaming of exotic places, the map of the world looks very different now than it did a century ago.
We Canadians are immensely proud of the beautiful and diverse landscape of our country. And from small towns to major cities all across the nation, there are interesting and quirky sculptures and statues to be discovered.
A registered dietitian nutritionist reveals which foods could turn your next flight into a disaster.
Set against stunning mountain backdrops, Whistler is as popular during the summer months as it is during the winter. Hiking, biking, rafting and adrenaline-fuelled activities can be found in abundance, and a friendly welcome from the locals is assured.
Come summer, Montreal exudes a “joie de vivre” unlike anywhere else in Canada. Soak up the sun and sights with our countdown of the 10 essential things to do in Montreal this summer.
Immigration and resettlement is a key part of Canada’s history. “Canada is a good country,” proved to be true for this Polish family.
Our Canada’s web editor recently took the trip of a lifetime on board the legendary Rocky Mountaineer. One of the highlights of his high-altitude adventure? A stay at the iconic Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.
Whether they’re perched at the backyard feeder or soaring high in an azure sky, our fine feathered friends always make beautiful subjects for photography. Check out these winged wonders snapped by Our Canada readers.
Through his camera lens, this Quebec resident captures a fascinating (and hidden) world.
Sound like a native—or at least a savvy tourist—when you learn how to say these place names correctly.
This annual world championships of Bunnock, a bone-tossing game dating back to the 19th century, always draws a crowd.
A book devoted to the majesty of this largely unsung province just seemed long overdue.
To mark National Donut Day on June 1, we’re highlighting 10 fascinating facts about the iconic brand that landed “Double Double” in the Canadian Oxford Dictionary.
While some “must-sees” are over-hyped, the iconic sights ahead are worth braving the crowds (at least once), we promise.
Canada is a big country, so it’s no surprise that we like our tourist attractions sized extra large. Here’s a travelogue of photo-friendly big things that are dotted across our home and native land.
Yellowknife is one of, if not the best, location in the world for viewing the Northern Lights.
For as long as he can remember, Indigenous artist Carey Newman found inspiration in wood, stone, glass and metal.
Part of an ongoing tribute to honour Canada’s war veterans.
How would you capture the spirit of Canada with your camera? This gorgeous gallery of images celebrates all that makes us proud to be Canadian.
In Asia, the best food is found not in fancy restaurants, but in the carts and stalls lining busy streets and quiet alleys. These 10 snacks are not only iconically local to their city or country, but also exhibit the delicious range of texture and flavour you can find across the continent.