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Check Out This Canadian’s Impressive Rare Pin Collection
For this Edmonton native, road-tripping south of the border and conversing with a stranger trigged...
This is 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.
Labour of Love: Fantastic Photography of Hardworking Canadians
On land or sea, these hardworking Canadians take the utmost pride in what they do.
Seasonal Changes: This is What Late Fall Looks Like in Western Canada
We may not always welcome winter with open arms, but there’s no denying the...
19 Helpful Hints for Canadians Travelling to India for the First Time
If you’re joining the 300,000-plus Canadians travelling to India this year, this indispensable guide...
14 Inspired Ways to Upgrade Your Cancun Vacation
Got a “been-there-done-that” feeling about Cancun? These inspired Cancun vacation upgrades will make the Mayan...
11 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...
100 Years of the War Amps: What the War Amps Means to Me
Founded in 1918 by amputee veterans returning from the First World War, the War Amps is...
14,000 Canadians Stormed Juno Beach on D-Day—My Father Was One of Them
As a young boy growing up in Port Hope, Ont., my father Harold never imagined...
After Being Missing for Seven Decades, This Canadian Soldier is Finally Laid to Rest
The remains of Private Kenneth Donald Duncanson were discovered in Belgium in 2014. The news sent...
O Canada: Reflections on Remembrance Day
Listening to our national anthem on Remembrance Day evokes bittersweet memories and reinforces an undying...
How a Metal Shaving Kit Saved This Canadian Soldier’s Life in WWII
The life of a young soldier is saved by the most mundane of objects.
This Alberta Family Made It Their Mission to Return a Lost WWI Campaign Medal
Found in 1949, this WWI medal is now in the right hands.
The 10 Best Things to Do in the Magdalen Islands
The Magdalen Islands (also known as Les Îles de la Madeleine) have everything you’d...
The Monster-Hunter’s Travel Guide: 10 Spooky Must-See Destinations
On every continent, in every culture, spine-chilling monsters scare and baffle those who cross their...
The Best of the Cayman Islands: 16 Ways to Go Big Before Going Home
The Cayman Islands may tick all of the boxes you’d expect of a Caribbean...
Exploring the Gaspé Pensinsula: A Road Trip Worthy of Every Canadian’s Bucket List
Stunning views and historic sites await around every bend along this legendary route.
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...
Hauntingly Beautiful Canadian Photography: 20 Shots That Showcase the Spooky Side of the Great White North
We asked our readers to send in their most frightening Canadian photography, and they rose...
Canada’s 10 Best Ghost Walks
Gruesome murder, grisly executions and cursed ground... There's nothing like a good scary story, and...
9 of Canada’s Most Haunted Places
Spooks, spectres and spirits abound: Canada is rich with ghost stories and tales of the...
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8 Spooky Real-Life Horror Movie Locations
Sure, you've seen these scary movies but do you actually have the guts to visit...
Fall’s Gold: 10 Beautiful Orange-Hued Photos from Across Canada
Nothing screams “autumn is here” like a beautiful pic filled with shades of orange. From...
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.
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...
This Is the Best Place to See Fall Foliage in Canada
Considering a road trip this fall? Aglow in autumnal oranges, reds and yellows, the scenery...
The Right Way to Pick an Apple—and 8 Other Things to Know Before You Go Apple Picking
Leaves are starting to turn, the air is getting crisper, and it's finally apple picking...
The 20 Most Popular Museums in the World
From the Met to the Louvre and everything in between, these are the museums that...
7 Stunning Spots to Watch the Leaves Change Across Canada
The gorgeous fall foliage that adorns our fair country every year proves that orange really...
20 Breathtaking Photos of Fall From Around Canada
Changing leaves, morning mists, soft evening light and vibrant splashes of colour—autumn is a...