Things to Do in Canada

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Even the weariest luggage schleppers can recharge at :10 Minute Manicure, a chain offering breezy mini-spa treatments at dozens of airports around North... Read More

Let Shirley Lum, culinary historian, company founder, and gastronome, guide you through Toronto as you've never seen it. Since 1993, she's been offering... Read More

Every treatment on the menu at this full-service spa lists a duration time—so you’ll know exactly how much pampering you can squeeze in... Read More

The supermarket is the winner of the People's Choice Award for design. Read More

Adventure seekers should arrange an afternoon of windsurfing through this experienced local outfitter. Read More

The Aga Khan Museum is dedicated to offering guests a glimpse of beautifully curated Islamic art, Iranian art, and Muslim culture in Toronto. The museum... Read More

Straight out of National Geographic--or Ripley's Believe It or Not--this kooky collection of travel mementos occupies a back room at a Main Street... Read More

Created in the style of a traditional European "cabinet of curiousities," the back room of Alexander Lamb's Wunderkammer Antiques displays... Read More

This short-haul ferry service/mini tour offers an easy and inexpensive way to take in Vancouver's False Creek waterfront with stops in trendy Yaletown... Read More

This 40-acre indoor and outdoor public aquarium located west of the city center is home to over 10,000 marine creatures: fish, reptiles, amphibians, and... Read More

Most trips take expert planning, and even more so in the challenging Arctic Circle environment. Trusted by Disney, IMAX, and National Geographic, Arctic... Read More

The airport’s jostling crowds make it easy to forget that Toronto’s landscapes were once completely inhabited by Inuit peoples, like the... Read More

This Frank Gehry updated art museum houses over 80,000 works spanning the first century to present day. A revolving roster of exhibits, from Davie Bowie... Read More

An antiques and curios shop opened in 1975, Arthur Quentin has since expanded to offer housewares, accessories, clothing, cookware, and other decorative... Read More

This military installation has a 250-year history that began with its construction by the French, who used it as their military headquarters in the mid... Read More

Learn more about the history of Québec’s parliament by visiting the National Assembly, housed in an imposing eighteenth-century building inspired by the... Read More

A jumbled, items-spilling-off-of-shelves knitting store. Read More

Baie-Saint-Paul is Charlevoix’s main town, nestled at the bottom of a valley with open views onto the St. Lawrence River. The town is home to a highly... Read More

Though Montreal after dark used to mean La Calèche du Sexe and other such red-light joints downtown, the city’s nightlife is now centered... Read More

The largest professional Shakespeare festival in Western Canada, Bard on the Beach was founded by artistic director Christopher Gaze in 1990. Every... Read More

Rising from a bustling plaza in the center of Upper Town, this impressive cathedral belongs to the oldest parish in North America. Rebuilt twice since... Read More

Located just two blocks from the park entrance, this West End rental shop gears up sightseers for two wheeled adventures through the trails of Stanley... Read More

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