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Countries around the world can vary greatly when it comes to their tipping practices.While most Western nations expect you to tip, tipping may not be... Read More

The Downtown Hotel in Dawson City, Yukon, is famous for its Sourtoe Cocktail. Famous because it literally has a human toe floating in it.Tourists flock... Read More

You would think a six-story rubber ducky would make playtime lots of fun for everyone.Unfortunately, not everyone is celebrating a giant rubber duck... Read More

This story originally appeared on Former President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dined together in Montreal Tuesday night,... Read More

This story originally appeared on Municipal governments around the world are bathing their city halls and landmarks with green light to show... Read More

Fans of military jets and memorabilia will want to catch the next flight out to these ace exhibits and displays.While World War I marks the start of... Read More

Granville Island has long been known as one of Vancouver’s creative enclaves. Once an industrial manufacturing area, it’s now full of artisan... Read More

A prime minister must be prepared for anything.After winning a nationwide contest, five-year-old Bella (from Manitoba, Canada) went to Ottawa earlier... Read More

Known to some as King’s Highway, to others as the Lost Highway, and historically as the Northern Highway — the road that traverses through... Read More

This story originally appeared on A young girl was pulled underwater by a sea lion as she sat on a dock near Vancouver in Canada, and an... Read More

Capturing the perfect prom photo can be a challenge, from getting the right pose down to making sure everyone’s hairdos are in place. A group of teens... Read More

If that viral video of David Dao being dragged off a United Airlines plane made you nervous about stepping foot on an overbooked flight, you can now fly... Read More

This story originally appeared on Growing up in a Jewish household, I always heard the same questions: Where can you find good... Read More

International travel often requires a visa — a document granted by a host country that authorizes a visitor to pass through, or remain within its... Read More

Citizens of nearly 150 countries, as well as stateless individuals, need a visa to travel to Canada.Most visitors — U.S. citizens and other visa-exempt... Read More

Under International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) rules, travelers must denote a gender on all travel documents. The ICAO allows one of three... Read More

Ontario locals have long known that the Elora Quarry — also known as the “Old Swimming Hole” — is the perfect place to spend warm summer days in Canada.... Read More

Canada is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, and there's never been a better time to enjoy the country's natural beauty.Travelers who want to... Read More

There are no signs that lead to Fogo Island Inn.Located on a remote island in Newfoundland, Canada, the hotel sits on a cliff that looks over nothing... Read More

Amazing things can happen when people join forces on social media. Take for example the truly awe-inspiring discovery of a new aurora feature found by... Read More

This story originally appeared on, the Netherlands, and San Francisco, California, have already shown interest in... Read More

On Tuesday, reports showed a plummeting Canadian dollar, which is now down by .5 percent compared to the U.S. dollar (that’s about three quarters to... Read More

Cooper the labradoodle has been busy racking up frequent flier miles all over Canada.On April 19, Cooper was placed on a WestJet flight by his owner,... Read More

Canadian airline WestJet announced on Thursday its plan to launch a new ultra low-cost carrier by the end of 2017."As the price-sensitive consumer seeks... Read More

Visitors to Canada can experience a natural form of entertainment in Newfoundland called “Iceberg Alley.”As icebergs break off the Greenland ice shelf... Read More

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