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Toronto is known as a "City of Neighborhoods," home to a global citizenry that showcases 140 languages and dialects. Latin Americans make up almost... Read More

Often described as the jewel in Vancouver’s crown, Stanley Park—at 1,000 acres, it’s almost 20 percent larger than Central Park—is one of the major... Read More

Filmmaker Uwe Boll, whose oeuvre includes Blubberella (“an action comedy centered on an overweight woman whose footsteps cause explosions,” as a movie... Read More

Panda-monium is hitting North America again; after a summer that saw the delight of two baby pandas at Washington’s National Zoo followed by heartbreak... Read More

The Digs: The Rosewood Royal Suite at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver ... Read More

If you’re an art buff, and you want to get away this fall, consider Vancouver. It’s an undoubtedly cultured town, where even the labels on local wines... Read More

They don’t have Butterbeer yet, but now there’s a bar in Toronto that will let you drink to your Harry Potter fandom. ... Read More

The only review for Toronto's new "Rage Room" reads as follows: "I had an awesome time in the Rage Room." Such a brief recommendation recalls a very... Read More

It seems as if you can’t board a plane or walk around a major city without stumbling upon one of Herschel Supply Co.’s signature backpacks. Creating... Read More

Montreal’s great ode to classical music, the OSM Classical Spree Festival, returns this week, offering 30 concerts and more than 200 musicians through... Read More

Waterslides are great and all, but the massive lines riders have to power through before getting their slippery trip back to the bottom puts a bit of a... Read More

On August 1, 1639, a group of Augustinian sisters from France stepped off a boat into what today is Quebec City, Canada, carrying with them a signed... Read More

Captain James Cook was an adventurer in every sense of the word—an insatiable navigator, a talented cartographer, a prestigious captain in the British... Read More

Starting Thursday, July 9, you’ll have your last chance at $78 passes for the Festival d'été de Quebec, Canada’s largest outdoor music festival. The... Read More

International travel is great for broadening your cultural horizons, but it can get expensive. Luckily, our friends at Travel + Leisure teamed up with... Read More

Montreal’s annual International Jazz Festival is nearly upon us (June 26-July 5). To celebrate, Canada’s Train Hotel is hosting a number of round-trip... Read More

In City of Glass, Douglas Coupland describes Vancouver as the Everycity, a place visually diverse enough to stand in for most any urban setting in North... Read More

If you haven’t yet had the privilege of witnessing cold weather’s dreamiest phenomenon, now might be your chance. Aurora activity has been particularly... Read More

Let’s face it: hotels favor certain guests over others. Some will always be offered the biggest rooms with the best views, the extra attention, and all... Read More

Thanks to these innovations, you can rest easy on the road. ... Read More

It’s getting harder to come up with a reason for skipping the gym—especially now that hotels are making it easier to break a sweat in the comfort of... Read More

Until a couple of decades ago, fly-fishing meant trying to hook trout. Then the definition of the sport began to expand, and today's fly fisherman is... Read More

There’s no escaping it: after a day hoofing it around Paris from Montmartre to Montparnasse; off-roading in a bare-bones Land Rover on safari in... Read More

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