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Plan to Travel to Vancouver for Your Vacation? Here’s a Vancouver Travel Guide!

No matter what time of year you plan to travel to Vancouver for your vacation, you’ll find some tips for a great visit to Canada’s most beautiful city.

Visit & Hike Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site: A Great Regina Day Trip

Take a day trip from Regina, Saskatchewan, to discover the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic site museum and hike the Massold Clay Canyon.

Top Reasons Why You Should Fly to Toronto This Year

Toronto, Canada’s largest city, is a cosmopolitan travel destination that’s one of the most multicultural cities in the world and offers lots of things to see and do.

Best Day Trip From Regina: Ogema’s Historic Train Ride & Pioneer Museum

Adventures from an historic train ride being chased by outlaws on horseback to seeing a threshing machine harvest grain at the museum to a pitchfork fondue supper!

Relax in the Fabulous Mineral Springs of Canada’s Dead Sea: Little Manitou Lake

Enjoy the healing waters of Little Manitou Lake – Canada’s Dead Sea – in Saskatchewan. Soak in the natural minerals of the lake or the pools at Manitou Springs Resort and Spa.

Discover the Spectacular Kluane National Park & Reserve in the Yukon

Kluane National Park and Reserve may be Canada’s best kept secret in spectacular natural wonders. Find glaciers, hiking, historic sites and more.

Discover Prairie Giants – Visit the Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site

The Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site at Inglis, Manitoba, provides examples of the prairie giants that once were the icons of Canadian plains.

Trek Over the Top: Snowmobile the Top of the World Highway

The Top of the World Highway runs through Yukon’s unglaciated mountain ridges providing amazing views, especially on the Trek Over the Top snowmobile run.

Under the Northern Lights–Things to Do in Churchill, Manitoba

Churchill, Manitoba, has amazing adventures during the winter, with experiences from viewing the Northern Lights to riding in a tundra buggy to dogsledding.

Ultimate Winter Guide to Things to Do in Quebec

Quebec is the ultimate winter destination in the great white north-Canada. Find a flavor of Europe along with skiing, dogsledding, winter carnival and more!

How to Survive Your Stay at the Ice Hotel or Igloos in Quebec

Tips on how to survive your night at the Ice Hotel (Hôtel de Glace) or igloo adventure in Quebec City, Canada, and enjoy every minute!

What to do When You’re Caught in a Snow Day in Toronto

Whether you visit Canada’s largest city, Toronto, on a snow day or in glorious weather, you’ll find lots to do in the most multicultural city in the world.

Snowmobile Quebec–the Ultimate Winter Destination for Snowmobiling

Quebec is a winter paradise -- especially for those of us who love snowmobiles. This Eastern Canadian province has thousands of miles of groomed trails that stretch from the shores of the St. Lawrence Seaway to the Upper Laurentians to Gaspe, up against...

Visit the Vibrant City of Montreal – This Canadian Hotspot Is More Than First Meets the Eye

Stroll through the streets of historic Montreal, Quebec, the world’s 4th largest French speaking city, and check out Canada’s vibrant cultural capital.

Charlottetown: A Visit to the Site of the Historic Charlottetown Conference and Home of Red Shores Casino

Charlottetown is home to 11 Canadian National Historic sites as well as being the birthplace of confederation, plus you’ll find many historic sites just outside this seaside city.

Catching Butterflies and Playing Slots: How to Spend your Time in Niagara Besides the Falls

The Butterfly Conservatory and Journey Behind the Falls are just two great things to do after you see the amazing three waterfalls at Niagara Falls.

Estevan Energy Tour — Things Saskatchewan is Known For

You’ll see lots of big machines on a free Estevan Energy Tour in Saskatchewan — and learn a lot about the province’s energy history.

Celebrate the Viking Icelandic Festival in Gimli, Manitoba

Visit Gimli, Manitoba, to enjoy The Icelandic Festival of Manitoba celebrating its Viking history annually in August! However, you’ll find “New Iceland” has lots of authentic Viking culture year-round.

Meet Yukon Ghosts of Gold Rush Adventurers on the Klondike Highway

Explore this Yukon ghost town with self-guided interpretive signs to learn about Robinson Flag Station established during the gold rush.

Visit Regina — Queen City of the Plains

This planning guide will help you select the best places to stay in Regina, Saskatchewan, when you visit, no matter what part of the city, or its key attractions, you plan to see.

Where Can You Eat Bannock — a Traditional Indigenous Food — in Canada?

Where can you eat bannock in Canada? If you’re not familiar with it, bannock is a traditional Indigenous food in North America. Here’s a review of a Regina, Saskatchewan., restaurant that serves it.

6 Incredible Things To Do In Alberta

Visitors will a wide variety of things to do in Alberta ranging from incredible mountain views and vistas, ice fields and glacier walks, to the many attractions of one of North America’s largest malls in the province’s capital city, Edmonton. This list of 6 things to do will guarantee a great vacation.

5 Amazing Romantic Cities in Western Canada

No matter what you you’re looking for in a romantic weekend getaway, you’ll find the perfect destination in this list of romantic cities in Western Canada. You’ll find everything from ballet and fine dining to skiing and the spa.

Is Carcross Desert the Smallest Desert in the World?

Tiny Carcross Desert is outside Carcross, Yukon, and covers a mere 260 hectares, or 642 acres. Once the bottom of a large glacial lake, these rolling sand hills are home to vegetation such as lodgepole pines as well as plant species that arrived via Berengia thousands of years ago.

A Proper Visit to Niagara Falls

The second largest falls in the world, Niagara Falls (comprised of 3 falls), has 600,000 gallons of water roaring over the Horseshoe Falls every minute! Take the Maid of the Mist boat ride right under them for an unforgettable experience.