The Most Iconic Canadian Dishes (and Where to Find Them)
From centuries-old soups to decadent desserts, here's where to find the best Canadian food.
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.
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.
The Best Ghost Tours Across Canada
Gruesome murder, grisly executions and cursed ground... There's nothing like a good scary story, and these great Canadian ghost tours...
20 Incredible Things You Didn’t Know Were in Canadian Museums
Figure you’ve seen everything Canada has to offer? Think again! From pop culture oddities to one-of-a-kind historical treasures, you’ll be...
13 Creepy Facts You Didn’t Know About Canada
From the screaming tunnel of Niagara Falls to the phantoms of Old Montreal, the Great White North has more than...
30 Canadians Reveal What They’re Most Thankful For
During trying times, it's important to count our blessings. We asked our readers, "What are you thankful for?" From important...
The Intriguing History of Quebec’s Log Homes
Reminiscent of pioneer days, the cozy log homes of Quebec emanate warmth and beauty.
Why You Need to Take the Agawa Canyon Fall Colours Train Tour
What better way to see the amazing fall colours in Agawa Canyon in northern Ontario than aboard a train?
A Walk in the Woods: 20 Stunning Nature Photos from Across Canada
Let’s face it: what’s better than taking a walk through the woods with your camera in hand? From majestic trees...
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—and...
30 Wild Weather Pictures From Across Canada
Mother Nature can often be beautiful, but she can also be windy, stormy and wet. From tornadoes to blizzards, check...
A Love Letter to Moosonee, Ont.
Being able to reconnect with the land and adopt a traditional lifestyle is a precious gift.
Scotland’s Best-Kept Secret: The Fascinating History of the Isle of Lewis
Reconnecting with her homeland and meeting a long-time pen pal in person for the first time made this trip truly...
A Native Perspective: The Eye-Opening Artwork of Jim Logan
The Métis artist's work sheds light on the unique—and often difficult—northern Canadian Indigenous experience.
This is What Autumn in Canada Looks Like: 30+ Spectacular Fall Photos
Changing leaves, morning mists, soft evening light and vibrant splashes of colour—autumn in Canada is a dream season for shutterbugs...
A Love Letter to Wabasca
While the small Northern Alberta hamlet is figuring out its future, the birds and animals will always come back to...
Great Canadian Legends From the Rocky Mountains
Over the years, the soaring peaks of the Canadian Rockies have inspired tall tales—tales that tend to grow taller each...
Road Trip Diaries: Travelling Across Canada With Two Dogs and a Cat
The true test of a relationship is to take it on the road!
10 Canadian Collectors Share Their Quirky Collections
From vintage cameras to model trains and (almost) everything in between, these Our Canada readers capture their most cherished collections.
A Love Letter to Ladner, B.C.
For this longtime visitor, the quaintness of Ladner, B.C., isn't something a tourist board dreamt up. Instead, the village feels...
This Was the Worst Tornado in Canada’s History
The terrifying "Black Friday Tornado" swept through Edmonton on July 31, 1987, leaving 27 dead and 600 injured.