Canada Day in Toronto has got to be one of Canada's best celebrations aside from the festivities in our nation's capital. It's hard to keep track of everything to do, so we've compiled a cheat sheet for you so you don't miss out on any of the fantastic celebrations or parties. PS Could you be more excited that it falls on a Friday?
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it's almost that time again. Osheaga comes to Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau on July 29th, and this year is shaping up to be a killer lineup of amazing artists. Since we're only a month away â€“ and we know how psyched you are for this year's edition â€“ we thought it would be an apt time to check out some of the notable musicians hitting the stage at Osheaga 2011
Itâ€™s almost time to celebrate: The Canada Day long weekend is coming up quickly â€“ and weâ€™ve scoured the city and selected Notable happenings thatâ€™ll have you in the patriotic spirit...and then some. Weâ€™ve compiled a list of our favourites so all you need to do is grab your reds and whites and get out to enjoy
Montreal is one of the most notable cities in Canada when it comes to Canada Day celebrations. From the downtown core to the Old Port, there are multiple celebrations and events that draw many locals and tourists alike to celebrate our fine country
There are about 40 wineries in the Niagara Escarpment and Twenty Valley, meaning that this is the perfect getaway spot for young professionals enthusiastic about wine. The best part? It's just over an hour outside of Toronto. Inn on the Twenty is a genuine country inn on Ontario's Niagara peninsula. Located next to Cave Spring Winery, Inn on the Twenty is a leader in providing comfort and tranquility to their guests
With summer finally here, and the itch for some out-of-town rest and relaxation almost too much to bear, we thought it an apt time to showcase some great getaways not-too-far from Toronto. The first stop: Maria's Bed and Breakfast in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
From its origins in 1860 to present day, the Montreal Museum of Fine Art (MMFA) has been an historic landmark that entrances Montrealers and tourists alike. With the summer upon us, we thought it an apt time to take a look at some notable exhibitions
For those of you who relish the idea of packing a camper, grabbing a few friends, and heading out into the wilderness for some fun by the beach and nights by the campfire, we've brought you this list of notable camping areas not-too-far from Montreal
Mother Natureâ€™s been teasing us with sunshine for a while now here on the Coast â€“ but warmer months are finally upon us. This calls for maximizing time spent chilling at the beach...and BC indeed has a bounty of beautiful beaches