Travel Canada

Looking for Canadian travel inspiration? From dreamy destinations to bucket list experiences, Travel Canada is your guide to the best the Great White North has to offer.

The 50 Funniest Town Names Across Canada

From "Snafu" in the Yukon to Newfoundland's "Happy Adventure," these funny Canadian town names often have fascinating origins.

Visiting Ontario’s Waterloo Region: 10 Must-See Stops!

Known both for its urban technology hubs and rural wide-open spaces, Waterloo Region provides visitors with many unique opportunities to...


What You Should Know Before Moving to Canada

Moving to Canada can be a bit of culture shock. One recent immigrant shares helpful hints for newcomers.


10 Things You Should Never Say to a Canadian

Canadians have a reputation for being polite and easygoing, but you'll want to avoid these faux pas.


The Most Haunted Places in Canada

From gothic hotels to gruesome battlefields, these spooky sites are the most haunted places in the country.

50 Reasons You’ve Got Winnipeg All Wrong

The capital of Manitoba is an overlooked gem that sparkles with a lively arts scene and destination eateries.


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The Best Christmas Markets Across Canada

From the snow-capped peaks of Banff to Charlottetown's winter wonderland, here's where you'll find the most magical Christmas markets in...

Welcoming Winter in Stratford, Ontario

Best known for its annual summer festivities, Stratford is also a joy to behold in winter.


Welcome to Moosonee, Ontario: The “Gateway to the Arctic”

Until recently, this hidden gem of the north was only accessible by plane or train.


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Deck the Halls: 20 Holiday Decorating Ideas From Across Canada

We challenged you to capture the prettiest holiday decorating ideas on camera, and you delivered! Here's how Canadians deck the...


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13 Things You Didn’t Know About Christmas in Canada

Do you know Rudolph's Canadian connection? Or how many turkeys get devoured at Canadian dinner tables?

The Frozen Bubbles Under This Alberta Lake Are Absolutely Breathtaking

Photographer Carmen Therriault captures this awe-inspiring winter wonder on camera.


Remembering Our First Christmas in Canada

In the winter of 1963, this Irish family celebrated their first Christmas in Toronto. The snow was like nothing they...


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The Tallest Building in Every Province

Discover 10 towering achievements in architecture, from coast to coast.


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Top 20 Places to Spend Christmas in Canada

From festive Santa Claus parades to can't-miss holiday markets, we're counting down the best places to celebrate Christmas in Canada.


What a Country Christmas Was Like in the 1950s

After the chores were done, family fun, lots of food and good cheer took centre stage.

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Winged Wonders: Beautiful Canadian Birds Captured on Camera

Whether they're perched at the backyard feeder or soaring high in an azure sky, our fine feathered friends always make...


There’s Nothing Like the Smell of Fresh-Baked Bread

The scent—both at home and in faraway places—lingers long and sweetly in my memory.


Great Canadian Gift Ideas: Problem Solving Presents Under $50

Tired of giving gifts that end up collecting dust on the shelf? These thoroughly practical presents are guaranteed to please...


Powerful Poppy Pictures For Remembrance Day

These poignant images showcase the symbol of Remembrance Day in a particularly meaningful way.


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10 Unique Things to Do in Niagara Falls

Figure you’ve seen everything Niagara Falls has to offer? Think again! Here are 10 hidden gems that are well worth...


In One Hour, the Temperature in This Alberta Town Rose 40 Degrees

The Chinook wind on January 10, 1962, set the stage for the most extreme temperature change in Canadian history.


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25+ Responsible Ways to Explore the Magic of Vancouver Island

From nature tours to craft distilleries, these Vancouver Island attractions put the focus on local ingredients, sustainable practices and thoughtful...


This is How We Used the Kitchen Stove in the Great Depression

During the Great Depression, the old stove was the heart and soul of the kitchen—and family life.


Exploring Manitoulin Island and Tobermory in an RV

Five girlfriends share the driving—and unforgettable experiences—on the road.

How Cree Code Talkers From Alberta Helped Win the Second World War

Coded messages based on the Cree language made it difficult for the enemy to monitor and decipher Allied transmissions during...


Every UNESCO World Heritage Site in Canada

Did you know that 20 of the world’s greatest wonders are right in your own backyard?


Immersed in Alberta’s Natural Beauty

Exploring the prairie grasslands of the Kleskun Hill Natural Area.


30+ Powerful True Stories of Canadian Veterans to Read for Remembrance Day

On Nov. 11, remember the bravery of those who have served the True North Strong and Free with these harrowing...


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The Fascinating Story Behind Every Provincial Flower

How well do you know your Canadian history? Find out which gorgeous floral emblem represents your home province or territory,...


Leonard Cohen’s Montreal: 5 Places Where You Can Walk in the Footsteps of the Canadian Icon

Since Leonard Cohen's death in 2016, fans from around the world have been flocking to Montreal to pay homage to...