There are several ways to explore Canada. You can go on an organised package tour, drive across Canada or take the train across Canada. No matter how you choose to explore, if you love being in the wilderness, then Canada is the place to be. Canada is also a...
I’ve heard it said about Cape Breton Island that if you shake a bush a fiddler falls out and a step dancer is never far behind. Cape Bretoners have deep roots, a storied history and large hearts. And they love to share their music. So visiting when the island’s...
My hands are covered in warm, silky chocolate. Suddenly my nose starts to itch and I’m I trouble. It’s not easy to scratch your nose when you’re fingers are full of gooey chocolate. I’m in the production area of Island Chocolates in Victoria-by-the-Sea in Prince Edward Island. It’s a messy, but...
Canadian cities have a great deal in common with Australian cities. If you’re an Aussie visiting Canada, there's a good chance of picking any city and feeling quite at home. In fact, the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Ranking and Report for 2015 gave Canadian and Australian cities seven...
From coast to coast, Canada wows adventurous visitors with astounding natural scenery and fascinating cultural destinations. The Atlantic provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick abound with world-class attractions. Come and see for yourself.In my view, quite apart from the classic “world-class” list...
With a history of European settlement dating from the early 1600s, New Brunswick’s human heritage is a sister story to its Atlantic Canadian cousins (Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador). French, English, Scots, Irish would settle here. After the American Revolution a steady stream of Loyalists...
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