Sophie Torro and her family take a day trip into the ski hills of Alberta and the early-morning adventure awakens a desire to do even more skiing in the future.
Nancy Wigston's visit to Quebec’s Grosse-Île reveals some disturbing and haunting memories when passengers on immigrant ships were forced to spend time there recovering from illness.
Marc Atchison discovers that l’île de Montréal offers many of the things you'll find on islands in sunnier climes, including surfing and sunset cruises aboard a sleek sailing ship. And you don't even have to leave Canada to enjoy all that this summer.
Sehaj Deo doesn't let the lack of a car stop him from seeing the glorious Gaspé region of Quebec - so he hops on a bus and gets to see the small towns and fishing villages that make up this iconic part of Canada.
Sonya Hwang says because of British Columbia's vast and diverse natural region located on the Pacific Flyway it attracts rare birds travelling from the Arctic to their winter nesting grounds in Mexico.
Sophie Torro explores the trails that snake around and though Banff's magnificent Johnston Canyon and comes away impressed with its natural beauty that's on display year round.
Isabelle Kirkwood thought she was prepared for the challenges on hiking through the Canadian Rockies to each Pinto Lake, but when a giant bear visited her tent, she was posed with a new set of problems.
Bruce Sach meets much of Canada's history and some of the country's legendary heroes while on a stroll through the nation's capital - and they are all standing tall.
Patti Shales Lefkos discovers B.C. valley is ripe with producers, whose sweet drink is a real challenge to province's famed wineries.
Hiking expert and B.C. native Patti Shales Lefkos reviews her favourite hiking trails in Canada'a most beautiful province and shares some secrets on how to navigate them.