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Posted 6 months ago

Canada is getting a massive new resort that pays homage to Indigenous culture

Posted 6 months ago

Burnaby Mountain park in Canada is home to the Playground of the Gods

Posted 6 months ago

The Big Muddy Badlands in Saskatchewan are a slice of the Wild West

Posted 6 months ago

Mingan Archipelago national park reserve is home to the largest group of monoliths in Canada

Posted 6 months ago

Ouimet Canyon has breathtaking fall colours and an unreal lookout bridge

Posted 6 months ago

This tiny Scandinavian cottage in the Canadian forest is the ultimate getaway

Posted 7 months ago

The Parkhurst Ghost Town is an old logging outpost hidden deep in the Canadian forest

Posted 7 months ago

The Eastern Townships in Quebec look absolutely breathtaking in the fall

Posted 7 months ago

Canada has its own Eiffel Tower so you can pretend that you're in Paris

Posted 7 months ago

There's a tree growing on a log in the middle of a lake in Canada

Posted 7 months ago

This waterfall in Canada turns bubblegum pink after lots of rain

Posted 7 months ago

10 places in Canada with the most breathtaking fall colours

Posted 9 months ago

This massive corn maze might be the largest in Canada

Posted 9 months ago

Canada's 4 biggest airports will now check temperatures of domestic passengers

Posted 9 months ago

Barbados wants Canadians to work there for a year

Posted 11 months ago

These are the interprovincial travel restrictions in Canada this summer

Posted on April 20, 2020

You can now take a virtual tour of some of Canada's most beautiful national parks

Posted on March 21, 2020

United Airlines just suspended all flights to Canada

Posted on March 15, 2020

10 of the most remote places in Canada to get away from it all

Posted on March 15, 2020

This bike path on rails in Canada comes with breathtaking lake and forest views

Posted on March 14, 2020

The national park pass provides unlimited admission into parks across Canada

Posted on March 14, 2020

The Burgess Shale hike in Canada is home to one of the most important fossil sites in the world

Posted on March 08, 2020

Percé Rock in Quebec is one of the world's largest natural arches and has over 150 fossils

Posted on March 08, 2020

This hike in Canada leads to the historic Lake Agnes Tea House in the mountains

Posted on March 08, 2020

The Idea Exchange is an old post office that's also Canada's first bookless library