At Hotel William Gray, old meets new, and they get along quite well. Expect subtle sophistication in the rooms and local action in the lobby.
A perfect day in Edmonton, according to Amanda Hamilton, includes nature, art and a divine cinnamon bun.
From Saskatoon’s on-fire culinary scene to a round of golf and shopping tips, chef Nathan Guggenheimer tells us how to spend a day in the city.
Long Beach Lodge Resort allows guests to explore the best of Tofino, B.C., from stormy skies and surf school to a menu full of local specialties.
Soon Twenty Valley’s micro climate will have mass popularity. If you want to get in before the rush, now’s the time to make the trip.
This summer, indulge in luxury, celebrations, the outdoors, and food — lots of it. Our favourite reasons to hit the road during the next few months.
Actress Natasha Mumba offers an itinerary for a relaxing day in Niagara-on-the-Lake, from water views to wine picks.
After moving to Victoria from London, Dan Hayes opened The London Chef, a culinary school meant to show travellers the best of his new town.
While other countries fight to corner the luxury Aurora Borealis market, Canada’s tourism is growing thanks to its multicultural offerings
One of the smallest boutique hotels in Old Montreal, Hotel Gault is often booked to capacity, no doubt because of its warm, intimate feel.
Viamede’s 165 acres include a beach, indoor and outdoor pools, and six kilometres of private forest trails — a charming city break where R&R is the priority.
The Sacré-Coeur-Côte-Nord region in northern Quebec is home to a bounty of Canadian wildlife including bison, lynx and even a cougar. Animal lovers might not want to return home.
Lake views, wood-burning fireplaces and gastronomic delights make this inn in Port Carling is an ideal couples retreat.
Hit the slopes then soak in Whistler’s spas with travel concierge Tamara Moore’s guide to this British Columbia swank ski town.
High life on the rails is no longer exclusive to epic once-in-a-lifetime trips. Luxury touches can now be found everywhere from lounges at central stations to comfort in cabins and via entertainment in dining cars.
Our favourite reasons to hit the road this winter include seeing the Northern Lights in the Yukon and cycling along the coast of Vietnam.
Out of the kitchen and on to the road, Michelle David and Matt Holloway talk to us about the charm of the Pacific Northwest and the deliciousness of Toronto’s Thai food.
Skerry tells us about the impact of his work, his must-have travel gear and his must-see places in North America.
Writer Valerie Howes fell in love with this remote Canadian community — and so will you.
Osoyoos, though small, is full of creativity — the kind that gets under your skin and calls you back. Fortunately, much of that creativity can be found in kitchens and on vineyards.