And with a host of excellent Prince Edward Island restaurants to choose from, critics consider these two outstanding culinary experiences among the best in Canada:
Halifax-based food and travel writers John and Sandra Nowlan have scoped out what to do in Fredericton, a hidden tourist gem in New Brunswick, Canada.
The Muir Hotel Halifax, the first ultra-luxury boutique hotel in Nova Scotia, Canada, is the crown jewel of the Queen’s Marque District on the new Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk.
Remote and relaxing Liscombe Lodge Resort, located along the largely unpopulated Nova Scotia Eastern Shore, is perfect for a bucolic pandemic getaway.
Trout Point Lodge in Nova Scotia gives visitors an authentic Canadian wilderness experience with luxury touches.
The best-known wines in British Columbia come from the Okanogan Valley. But the Fraser Valley, a relatively new wine region in BC, much closer to Vancouver, is winning awards and exciting sommeliers.
It was tough to come up with a short list of our favorite travel experiences in 2018. There were so many memorable moments, people and places!
For tourists, an inclement, rainy day in Montreal can be daunting. But it’s perfect for visiting the colorful Jean Talon Market, one of the oldest in Canada.
Upon entering the Refuge Canada exhibit at the Canadian Museum of Immigration in Halifax, an eye-catching graphic reads: “No one wants to be a refugee, anyone could become a refugee.”