In Halifax’ historic market, the tastings are plentiful.
Ron Bernthal bundles up and embarks on an icewine sipping spree in and around Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Its upcoming Winter Festival makes this the perfect time to explore Quebec City — from top to bottom!
Stands the Church clock at ten to three? And is there honey still for tea? In Toronto, yes — it’s been a tradition for decades.
A day-trip to the Île d’Orleans offers a glimpse of Quebec’s rural side, just 15 minutes’ drive from the heart of the city.
Montreal may sound like Paris, but it tastes like poutines. A mess of french fries, gravy and cheese curds, this signature dish captures the engaging and independent culinary personality of French-speaking Canada’s largest city. Originally inhabited by Native Americans, later populated by hunters, trappers and missionaries, and eventually battled over by the French and British, […]
“I live on the island,” my tour guide says to me. Seeing skyscrapers all around, I think my mind was playing tricks, but indeed, from the local perspective, ‘the island’ is how les citoyens de Montreal identify with the boot-shaped city of 1.5 million, surrounded by the waters of the St. Lawrence and the lesser ‘back’ […]
Canada’s biggest city may stand in for New York on the big and small screen, but it’s got its own distinct appeal.
Pastel-colored houses and an even more colorful history make Newfoundland’s capital worth the wandering.
It felt as if we had been transported to 19th-century England, but we were in the center of Halifax, in the provincial capital’s Public Gardens, one of the finest original Victorian gardens in North America. A band struck up a rousing tune in the octagonal band shell. Fountains splashed. Over the way, a string quarter accompanied the […]