Home of the Inuit is the Newest, Northernmost Territory Of Canada By Jill Webb Max Johnson was introduced to Nunavut for the first time when he traveled there in 1980; he has been captivated by the region’s simplicity ever since. Nunavut is the northernmost territory of Canada, and also the newest and largest. It was […]
Winnipeg’s Annual Warming Hut Competition Reveals The Winning Designs On Red River Mutual Trail. By Jill Webb The Red River Mutual Train in Winnipeg holds the Guinness World Record of being the longest naturally frozen skating trail in the world. The trail connects through the Red and Assiniboine rivers, where locals participate in all ice-centric activities, […]
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.
Journey Across the Canadian Shield: A Day Trip aboard Ontario’s Agawa Canyon Train By Victoria Hart There is something magical about a train ride. In our world today, there are so many choices. It can seem as if there are too many options. But, climb aboard a train and the choice is made. The tracks […]
Gaspesie, or the Gaspe Peninsula, in Quebec, is located above Prince Edward Island. It offers nature, seaside drives, lobsters, hiking, and moose close-up!
The Fraser Valley in BC: Fishing, Scenery and Fun By David Lee British Columbia’s Fraser Valley has wineries, breweries, lots of restaurants, and dozens of outdoor activities. To get there from Vancouver, take TransCanada Highway #1, driving past Langley, Abbotsford, and Chilliwack. We’ve highlighted the best tips for visiting these three communities in the Fraser […]
North America’s big Animals peek into your car at Parc Omega Canada By N.R.Venkatesh The word safari is a Swahili word meaning ‘journey,’ derived from its etymological Arab parent ‘safar’, also meaning journey. The word safari, usually associated with expeditions to observe animals in their natural habitat, conjures up images of lions, cheetahs, zebras, giraffes, […]
A 120-foot long lobster roll, and more fresh shellfish than anyone can eat at the PEI Shellfish Festival By Paul Shoul Seated in a small prop plane on the runway of Halifax Stansfield Airport in Nova Scotia, we cruised down the runway to begin our ½ hour flight to Prince Edward Island or PEI. As […]
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 […]
Off the coast of New Brunswick Canada, Grand Manan is a rustic and untrammeled fishermen’s haven By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor Any trip to Grand Manan Island, about 20 miles off the coast of New Brunswick Canada, begins at Black’s Harbour. This small coastal village is the launching pad for the two large ferries that […]