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James Bay offers Wilderness Experiences in a Pristine, cold Place By Maria Myers Canada is known for its hockey, bacon and mild-mannered yet accommodating people. All stereotypes aside, the country’s wilderness is its best asset. But if you aren’t a wilderness expert or an experienced mountaineer these vase expanses of unkempt Canadian territory have been […]
The many attractions of Canada’s second largest city, Toronto, including the CN Tower, the Toronto Zoo, the many parks and great restaurants to enjoy.
By Isabelle Kagan Canada’s Banff to Jasper National Parks, and Everywhere in Between The drive from Lake Louise to Jasper National Park, called the Icefields Parkway, is not only one of Canada’s most treasured destinations, but also known as one of the most beautiful, scenic drives in the entire world. There are few places where […]
By Habeeb Salloum and Muna Salloum Louisbourg! The largest reconstruction project in North America. I had often read and heard about this large and historic French fort which is one of the foundations of Canadian history. First built in 1713 by the French on Cape Breton, Nova Scotia’s new touristic island, it was captured by […]
Ride The Peace Train: The Rocky Mountaineer A spectacular way to see Canada by train By Janis Turk When springtime hits the Canadian Rockies and winter ice cracks, beauty is laid bare. The sky turns the color of a sharp clear sapphire, snow-dusted mountain peaks sparkle and eagles soar. And perhaps nowhere on earth can […]
Discovering the region of Charlevoix: A Rock Climber’s Playground By Jeff Rutherford I was 100 meters up a steep, sheer rock face, secured to a metal cable via two carabiners on the harness secured to my waist. The goal was to climb across rock walls, cliffs and ledges of the Mont du Lac des Cygnes […]
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: A Popular Family Travel Destination for 6,000 Years By Stephen Hartshorne GoNOMAD Associate Editor If travel blogs had existed two thousand years ago, the headline about Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, would have read, “Come for the barbeque, stay for the berries.” People from many First Nations tribes have been gathering here for more than six […]