Pale-pink late afternoon light pouring into our suite through smartly dressed windows. Balcony doors that, when thrown open, greet a rushing Bow River and spectacular city skyline. An unforgettable Chef’s Table… pairing featuring Irish blue cheese andRead More [+]
Island Lake Lodge a powder hound's paradise
Editor’s note: We’ve seen Calgary writer Lisa Kadane take to the slopes and, to be honest, there’s no keeping up with her. Which is why when it…
Paying homage to the polar bear capital of the world
The sky is jet black as our plane makes its descent into Calgary.
“You know Jen,” I say. “When we wake up tomorrow morning, this day is…
Yellowknife photographer Dave Brosha talks shop with T&C
Editor’s note: Every so often, we’ll be featuring profiles on Canadian photographers whose work seriously stokes our sense of country.
West Coast conservation photographer Ian McAllister… was
Local librarian highlights town hotspots
Editor’s note: Our first post… on Fernie, B.C. ran in the summer of 2012. It was action-packed and full of tips (a few of them hair-raising!) for adventure.
Canada's Lorna Crozier finds out why black bears turn white
Canada's prettiest fleet of islands delivers visual feast
*Editor’s note: Many thanks to our friends at Destination Quebec… for helping support Stephanie Arsenault’s recent trip to the Magdalen Islands (a.k.a. The Maggies). If you missed Part
A top ten snapshot of one of Canada's loveliest archipelagos
Editor’s note: Thanks to travel correspondent Stephanie Arsenault for venturing all the way to Canada’s Atlantic coast to visit “The Maggies” for us. Not exactly next door…
A wildly comfortable West Coast experience
*Note from editor: We’re pleased to feature the following post from Toronto writer Julia Howell who, given the recent Alberta flood, had to move quickly to reconfigure…
Paul Zizka on Canada's Mountain West
OK. Here’s the deal. The Canadian Rockies… have been photographed to death and quite frankly, a lot of the images being churned out featuring our country’s ‘Mountain
One of Canada's greatest poets plays tourist in her own town
*Our latest story is brought to you by the award-winning Canadian wordsmith Lorna Crozier…. Lucky for us, when we asked Lorna if she’d play tourist in
A conservation photographer's take on Canada's most remote rainforest
Not long ago, Ian McAllister was paddling his canoe in an estuary on Canada’s West Coast when he noticed “two furry ears” floating on the water nearby.…