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Fashion plus function

Fashion plus function

San Francisco-based Rickshaw Bagworks lets you custom-design your own messenger or commuter bag, tablet or computer sleeve, backpack, or zippered folio for travel documents.
10 lunch deals for $10

10 lunch deals for $10

Whether you're a college student on the move or visiting Montreal with the family, meals out can put a big dent in your funds. Check out these 10 lunch deals that will leave you full and satisfied without breaking the bank.
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temagami, ontario

Basic brush strokes

Hike the woods around Smoothwater Ecolodge in Ontario and find art outside.
Whale-watching

Spy the whales

You don't need to board a boat to glimpse whales at the intersection of Newfoundland's rivers. Story
Calgary

Join the stampede

Calgary lures visitors with arts, shopping, and the Canadian Rockies. Find cowboys and rodeo fans in this vibrant city. Story
Polar bears

Polar opposites

Depart a northern Canadian town for a journey to glimpse elusive polar bears.
lost star in canada

Shining stars

In Vancouver, travelers receive the star treatment.
Ontario

Preserving critters

Descend, by float plane, into the wilds of Ontario's 2.2 million acre Wabakimi Provincial Park.
Tour Eastern Canada

Eastern immersion

Montréal and Québec entice visitors with a delicate balance of old-world charm, and hip, modern festivals.
Photos: Quebec Ice Hotel

Photos: Quebec Ice Hotel

The 2012 version of Quebec's annual ice hotel opened its doors to guests on Jan. 20.
Finding foie gras in Montreal

Finding foie gras in Montreal

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.
Between two rivers

Between two rivers

Route 132, which traces the St. Lawrence’s 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.
A taste of Quebec

A taste of Quebec

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.
St. Andrews remains a unique retreat

St. Andrews remains a unique retreat

All it takes is one whale watching cruise in Passamaquoddy Bay to understand the strong tides in this part of the world.
A world of things happening in Ottawa

A world of things happening in Ottawa

Colorful and dynamic with a hip youthful vibe, Ottawa is finding its way onto the agendas of the world’s travelers.
Quebec City is a place to love in any season

Quebec City is a place to love in any season

Some say that the Carnaval de Québec, the largest winter carnival in the world, helps Quebecois make it through the frigid winter each year.
On the prowl for bargains

On the prowl for bargains

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.
On the lookout for wild

On the lookout for wild

A kayaking adventure on the Johnstone Strait reveals the wonders of British Columbia's marine life.