Nunavut, which was separated from the Northwest Territories in 1999, is the newest, and northernmost territory of Canada. It is home to indigenous people, the Inuit, who celebrate the small things in life and live off the land.
Winnipeg’s annual winter competition, bringing international artists and architect’s warming hut designs to life along the frozen Red River Mutual Train.
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.
A four-hour journey for a 90-minute visit to the Agawa Canyon Park in Ontario might not seem worth it until you realize the journey is part of the experience.
Gaspesie, or the Gaspe Peninsula, in Quebec, is located above Prince Edward Island. It offers nature, seaside drives, lobsters, hiking, and moose close-up!
2017 marks Canada’s 150th birthday, and the country’s capital city is hosting its birthday party. Here’s some insight to the events taking place in Ottawa.
British Columbia’s beautiful Fraser Valley-a visit to the towns Langley, Abbotsford, and Chilliwack, fishing for sturgeon, tasting the local wines and more.
At the Parc Omega in Ontario, feeding and petting animals from all over the world, a drive-through zoo that also features a fantastic cheese shop.
The Prince Edward Island PEI Int’l Shellfish festival combines several cooking competitions, bringing great chefs, lobsters and oysters together.
An epic road trip from Jasper to Banff across Alberta, Canada provides incredible views and sites to explore like Sunwapta Falls and Athabasca Glacier.
Grand Manan, 20 miles off the coast of New Brunswick, is accessible only by ferry. It’s a true fishermen’s island perfect for kayaking, and beachcombing.
A three-generation of Salooms visit western Canada Banff and enjoy viewing wildlife at Lake Louise, the Icefields Parkway, and the resort town of Jasper.