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Atlantic Canada

Discover things to do in Atlantic Canada in the Maritime provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, as well as Newfoundland and Labrador. Canada’s east coast is packed with seafaring history and beautiful shorelines.

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10 Fun Party Cities in Canada

Canada might be famous for amazing scenery and natural wonders such as Niagara Falls and the Rocky Mountains but did you know that Canadian cities are cool? From jazz clubs and cocktail bars to pub crawls and night spots, here are 10 party cities in Canada that will keep...
Cape Breton Island

Cape Breton Island Celtic Festival

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 Cape Breton music. So visiting when...
Iceberg Alley

Iceberg Alley

The remote Canadian east coast province of Newfoundland delivers a memorable iceberg parade each year. Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland's Iceberg Alley is an experience to remember. Around 40,000 icebergs calve annually in Greenland, floating southwards from Baffin Bay along the stretch of water known as ‘Iceberg Alley’.   Iceberg Alley Up to 2%...
camping in canada
There are several ways to explore Canada. You can go on an organised package tour, drive across Canada or take the train across Canada. If you love adventure then camping in Canada is a great way to save money while exploring the country. Of all the things to do...
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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...
Things to do in New Brunswick Canada

Things to do in Fredericton

It happened. What can I say? My family will tell you that I parked my common sense on the sidewalk on King Street in Fredericton, slipped into a place called The White Lotus, and emerged with a 20 cm x 5 cm tattoo between my left wrist and elbow. Each...