In the southern part of Alberta, travellers will come across one of the most incredible national parks that the country can offer. Bordering on the United States,… Read more »
Shopping local and supporting local this spring and summer are made easy and fun with the many, many farmers’ markets throughout the Capital Region and Edmonton. With… Read more »
Eighteen beaches and eight marinas were awarded the coveted Blue Flag certification for the year 2021.
Did you know that there is a delightful garden west of Edmonton in Lac Ste. Anne County? The rich plant diversity in Alberta can easily be witnessed… Read more »
Mother’s Day may be different this year, but with these 25 gift ideas including some brunch/dinner takeout (all with delivery or pickup options), she’ll still feel as… Read more »
Flowers also make a wonderful addition to any other holiday and make fantastic just-because gifts. If you’re looking for some stunning bouquets in Saskatoon, here are 15 florists you’ll want to check out.
Flowers are a wonderful way to show someone you care. Whether it’s for a romantic gesture, a way to express gratitude, or for comfort after a loss,… Read more »
The Rideau Canal offers a fascinating drive between Kingston and Ottawa traversing some of Ontario’s prettiest towns, going along lakes, rivers and 19 kilometres of canals cut… Read more »
Do you want to know how coal miners lived and worked in Alberta during the first half of the 20th century much before liquid gold was discovered… Read more »
Alberta is the site of many natural wonders and Okotoks Erratic is one such wonder that “ran” from the present-day site of Jasper National Park to 55… Read more »
In the middle of Ontario, you’ll find some of the most fascinating places to stop in for a day trip or a weekend getaway, either by some… Read more »
The small community of Nanton is located on Highway two on the eastern edge of the Alberta foothills. Its location of just an hour from two of… Read more »
The eastern part of Ontario is dotted with lakes and full of charming little towns, each with its own personalities and unique attractions. If you’re looking for… Read more »
Nova Scotia is known for its farmlands, its fisheries, and its forests, but over the last forty years you’ll find that there’s been a growing local beer… Read more »
With so much of the great outdoors to explore in Nova Scotia, it makes sense to make your base in the great outdoors. The camping sites on this list range from provincial parks to glamping to wilderness camping, which gives you the option to start at your comfort level. Start a new tradition, find a new place, or revisit an old favourite, especially if you’re reuniting with friends and family. If you’ve got your heart set on a particular place, I suggest you book soon—summer is on its way, even if it doesn’t feel like it yet!