Spoiler alert: It’s not the United Kingdom!
Not sure if you’re that annoying person on the plane? These passenger habits are the biggest flight attendant pet peeves.
Keep an eye out for these on your next flight.
Planning on hitting the slopes in Quebec this season? Whether you’re a seasoned ski bum or strictly interested in the après, these 20 French phrases will comes in handy.
When flight attendants see passengers walking around without their shoes on, they cringe.
It can help you avoid jet lag, boost your immune system, and keep you feeling your best at 35,000 feet.
Thinking about staying home from now on? We don’t blame you—in fact, we’ll probably join.
Taking a second honeymoon is a great way to recreate the magic or recapture the feeling of young love. Here’s how to dial up the romance while keeping it affordable.
Yes, flight attendants do play favourites.
Thankfully, your Facebook and Instagram photos are probably safe.
Travel experts have rounded up the world’s must-visit cities. Is yours on the list?
Save money, stay comfortable and avoid seasickness with these cruise ship tips from Canada’s foremost travel experts.
It’s not because you’re going to miss those people applauding the touchdown.
Taking a trip with a Canadian airline? Here’s how to make your next flight as cheap—and hassle free—as possible.
The “Dutch reach” could save lives—so why don’t we teach it in Canada?
There’s a significant reason behind the four standard colours found on passports—but there are some unusual shades, too.
Leaves are starting to turn, the air is getting crisper, and it’s finally apple picking season. We spoke to experts to get the best intel on how to upgrade your apple picking experience.
Can we please apply for citizenship?
That super-bored feeling you get after a great vacation is totally fixable. Here’s how to do it without immediately setting off on a new adventure.
Tipping can be confusing as the protocol varies by country. In some parts of the world, tipping can be considered rude, whereas in other areas, it is rude to avoid it. Here’s a primer on the tradition.