Editor’s note: Every July, the Great Northern Arts Festival… descends on Inuvik, Northwest Territories. Executive director Marnie Helash tells us the festival (in its 26th year) is a celebration of artists from all three ofRead More [+]
Top chef packs a sharp wit and an even sharper knife
Editor’s note: Calgary-based culinary wizard Pierre Lamielle recently hopped a plane to Maui, Hawaii… on a chef exchange. Our writer Valerie Berenyi caught up with Pierre in the
Walking it off in Victoria, B.C.
Note from editor: Our last post… from great Canadian foodie John Gilchrist took us to The Land of Anne – a.k.a. Prince Edward Island. This time around?
Otherworldly images inspire Toque & Canoe's travelling poet
Editor’s note: One of the coolest things about Toque & Canoe is the collaboration that keeps popping up. Take Governor General Award-winning poet Lorna Crozier’s post… on B.C.’s Great
Home turf travel tips from Canada's tallest freestanding chef
Editor’s note: Given that 2014 is a big year for Prince Edward Island… (150 years since the Charlottetown Conference that first introduced the concept of Canada as a
Sandra Phinney bites into a delicious PEI tradition
Editor’s note: Last fall, during what turned out to be an incredible visit to Prince Edward Island, we had the good fortune of meeting East Coast writer…
Meet Canada's latest addition to Relais & Chateaux
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 …
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
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…
Where grilled fresh-caught fish is so delicate, it tastes like ...
***Note from editor: Thanks to Don Enright for this heartfelt post on fishing in northern Canada – a trip that was generously organized by Travel Manitoba 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.…
Small town B.C. delivers big time thrills
My knees tremble as I step toward the edge of the cliff – the Elk River running fast and deep way below me.
I look over to…