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A Leprechaun Trap For St. Patrick’s Day

As the country went into its first lockdown in March 2020, this Ontario family found comfort in a special St. Patrick's Day celebration.

This is What Winter in Ottawa Looks Like

With camera in hand, Paula Brown plays tourist in her own city, capturing the breathtaking beauty of winter in Ottawa.


Keeping an Eye Out For Antique Eyecups

Once a staple in most medicine cabinets, these wee wonders are fun to collect. The best part? It's not an...


This Is What it Was Like Living in Saskatchewan in the 1930s

Despite the hardships, the memories of farm life in the small town of Balcarres during the Great Depression will never...


Jewel of the West: Photographing the Grizzlies of Great Bear Rainforest

One of the world’s largest remaining coastal temperate rainforests, Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia is home to rich ecosystems,...

Shades of Grey: The Best Black and White Photography From Across Canada

Colour often steals the spotlight, but there's something elegant and understated about black and white photography. Here are 25 breathtaking...


Exploring Fairy Hole Cave—Cape Breton’s Best-Kept Secret

The lore and legend of Fairy Hole Cave haunted Andrea MacEachern from childhood. It wasn't until years later that she...


The Long Road to Canada

After my family was forced to leave Uganda in the 1970s, coming to Canada became my life-long dream. Here's how...


Those Three Little Words

Remembering to say “I love you” can make all the difference in the world.


Exploring the Scarborough Bluffs on Lake Ontario

For more than 50 years, the Scarborough Bluffs have held a special place in my heart.


This is What Love Looks Like Across Canada

Love really is all around! Whether it's a kiss between sweethearts, or a cuddle with the family pooch, this heartwarming...


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10 Valentine’s Day Facts From Around the World

Our Valentine's Day kiss-and-tell exposes some fascinating facts about the annual love fest and how Feb. 14 is observed around...


How One Woman in Petty Harbour is Bringing Newfoundlanders Back to Their Fishing Roots

With Fishing For Success in Petty Harbour, Newfoundlander Kimberley Orren hopes to bring women, children and a sense of community...

Why Newfoundland is the Kindest Province

When this vacationing family found themselves in need of a car in Newfoundland, a local's random act of kindness left...


Sharing the Untold Stories of Black History in Canada

How historian Dr. Dorothy Williams is bringing Black History in Canada to life for the next generation of Canadians.


50 Canadians Reveal What Their “Happy Place” Looks Like

We challenged you to share your "happy place"—that magical spot where you feel your calmest and most comfortable—and you delivered!...


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50+ Stunning Shots That Showcase the Beauty of the Canadian Winter

From British Columbia to New Brunswick, these spectacular shots crystallize the stillness and tranquil beauty of the Canadian winter.


This is What Winter Looks Like in Alberta and Saskatchewan

By embracing the challenges of winter photography, Saskatoon's Dean McLeod captures frozen landscapes of breathtaking beauty.


This Photographer Spent Months Bonding With a Spectacular Canada Lynx

Imagine bonding with and photographing a Canada lynx in the wild. With plenty of patience and respect for the privacy...


This Story of Two Pen Pals Will Warm Your Heart

Eleanor was from the Prairies and Lois was from Newfoundland, but the distance didn't stop these two pen pals from...


Beauty & The Barrens: Our Canoe Trip Through the Canadian Arctic

David, my companion in all things important for 40 years, had an unfulfilled yearning to canoe the Arctic waters explored...

Eternally Yours: Reflecting on a Lifelong Romance

"Our years together were spent sharing our dreams and happiness, our worries and sorrows. We were blessed indeed. This wonderful...


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This Was the Coldest Day in Canadian History

On February 3, 1947, the temperature in the Yukon plunged to a bone-chilling (and record-breaking) -81.4°F.


What It Was Like Logging in Quebec in the 1940s

Before the age of chainsaws and logging trucks, farmers from Ontario—my father and I included—would travel to a logging camp...


The Majestic Beauty of Niagara Falls in Winter

Breathtaking winter vistas from one of Canada's most famous natural wonders.


Remembering My First Winter in Canada

For this former New Zealander, the thought of a Canadian winter was terrifying. Here's how she learned to embrace the...


Striking Architecture Photography From Across Canada

We challenged you to capture Canada's most impressive architecture on camera. From glittering steel skyscrapers to charming stone structures, here...