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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.

Klaatu Guitarist Dee Long on Hope in the Age of COVID-19

"The COVID-19 pandemic is showing us that we must move forward from here without anger, hate or politics of fear....

How One Ontario Playground Reinvented the Way Kids Have Fun

When it opened in 1972, there was nothing quite like it. How Children's Village at Toronto's Ontario Place changed the...

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The Great Canadian Bucket List: 25 One-of-a-Kind Adventures in the Great White North

From dogsledding in the Yukon to rafting a tidal bore on the Bay of Fundy, travel writer Robin Esrock reveals...

What I Learned in Self Isolation

If there’s a silver lining to be found in COVID-19, it’s learning to appreciate what’s truly important in life.

Close Encounters of a Feathered Kind: Great Canadian Bird Stories

From Cooper's hawks in Kitchener, Ontario, to Bullock's orioles in 100 Mile House, B.C., here are some of our favourite...

Why Point Pelee National Park is a Shutterbug’s Paradise

Photo opps abound in Point Pelee National Park—if you keep your eyes open! Here’s what makes this Leamington, Ontario, attraction...

Shelfie Photography From Across Canada

For our "shelfie" challenge, we asked you to share a picture of a shelf at home and tell us about...

Check Out This Canadian’s Incredible Teapot Collection

Clare Smith’s teapot collection is so massive, she could brew tea in a different pot every day of the year!

7 Flower Photography Tips You’ll Wish You Knew Sooner

Ottawa-based photographer Clive Branson shares expert advice on capturing the vibrant colours of your garden on camera.

Check Out the Winning Entries in the 2019-2020 Share Your Canada Photo Contest

Congratulations to the winners of our annual photo contest—choosing among such amazing entries wasn’t easy! Here are the three winners,...

Our Canada, Our Kids

You hear a lot about the younger generation spending too much time with their electronic devices, but these little ones...

The Changing Face of Brampton, Ontario

In a city where visible minorities are now the majority, living in harmony is both a challenge and an opportunity.

A Close Encounter With Red Fox Kits

Capturing a shot of these adorable red fox kits was a matter of patience and good timing.

Winter Fun for the Family at the FXR Kawartha Cup Snowcross Race

Riders and spectators alike thrill to the action and excitement of this annual event.

My Hometown: Love Letters to Communities Across Canada

It's a question as old as time: what makes your hometown truly special? We asked Our Canada readers to take...

My Mom in the Driver’s Seat

After earning her licence later in life, Mom made the most of her next 30 years behind the wheel.

This Retired Bus Driver Draws Hilarious Cartoons Based on His Experiences

Driving a bus in the ’60s provided lots of fodder for a few chuckles.

Her Teacher Wanted Her to Pursue an Office Career. She Decided to Follow Her Artistic Dreams Instead

Being of Malecite and Micmac descent, nature has always been painter Lise-Marielle Fortin's muse.

How One Montreal Couple is Preserving Canada’s Cultural Heritage

With the goal of collecting and preserving early Canadian history and art, La Belle Amérique is a creative venture with...

Gorgeous Dream Vacation Photography to Inspire Your Wanderlust

We asked you to share the photo that sums up the best vacation you ever had, and you rose to...

Calgary Cider Maker Brodie Thomas Is on a Mission to Use Every Apple in the City

With Uncommon Cider, founder Brodie Thomas collects apples that have fallen from trees, and gives money to local charities from...

The Gift of Time: Saving the Vernon, B.C., Post Office Clock

Resurrecting the century-old town clock in Vernon, B.C., was no easy feat, but for the sake of local history—challenge accepted!

This Former Ice Capades Figure Skater is Fit and Fabulous at 79!

Toronto's Tokiko Yoshihara-Lepik is living proof that you’re only as old as you feel!

Arthur Shilling: The 20th-Century Canadian Painter You Need to Know About

Born on the Chippewas of Rama First Nation Reserve to Ojibway parents, the late Arthur Shilling’s expressionistic paintings reflected the...

This is What It’s Like Snowmobiling Through Southwestern Ontario

Riding the trails as a group is the best part of this family's snowmobiling adventures.

My First Winter in Toronto Was Colder Than I Could Have Imagined—But One Snowfall Made it All Worthw...

When I moved to Canada from Sudan, I didn't quite think snow was real. Seeing it for the first time...

After Immigrating from Colombia, I Quickly Fell in Love with Canada. Its Winters? Not So Much

I have an adversarial relationship with winter. Basically, the season torments me.

I Came to Prince Edward Island as a Refugee—and Found Peace in the Canadian Winter

I was scared of the Canadian cold when I first arrived in P.E.I., but the simple act of walking in...

Travelling in Time at Quebec’s Restaurant le Louis-Hébert

For a London, Ontario, tourist exploring Quebec City, this authentic French dining experience felt like stepping into the past.