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Hike the woods around Smoothwater Ecolodge in Ontario and find art outside.
Calgary lures visitors with arts, shopping, and the Canadian Rockies. Find cowboys and rodeo fans in this vibrant city. Story
Depart a northern Canadian town for a journey to glimpse elusive polar bears.
In Vancouver, travelers receive the star treatment.
Descend, by float plane, into the wilds of Ontario's 2.2 million acre Wabakimi Provincial Park.
Montréal and Québec entice visitors with a delicate balance of old-world charm, and hip, modern festivals.
The 2012 version of Quebec's annual ice hotel opened its doors to guests on Jan. 20.
Former foie gras skeptic Chelsea Conaboy tells the tale of her journey into the world of Canada's foie gras, a delicacy that might taste better if you don't know what it is.
Route 132, which traces the St. Lawrences southern shore, is the spine of a food-based driving tour between the old resort village of Grand-Métis, on the edge of the Gaspé Peninsula, and the artisans haven of Kamouraska, two hours west of Québec City.
The past is present everywhere in Quebec City: in the restored architecture, the cobblestone paths, the names of streets, the fortified walls, the public squares and parks, and culinary traditions.
Located on the north side of the city, far from any tourist attractions, rue Chabanel is the Main Street of the Montreal garment industry, the largest and most influential in Canada.