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Five ways to fall in love with winter in Quebec’s Charlevoix region

From snowshoeing on a frozen river to soaring over snow-covered mountains in a helicopter, here’s how to make the most of a family winter getaway in this spectacular region on the north shore of the St. Lawrence 

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Hiking on the Gaspé Peninsula

A five-night, four-day adventure through Québec’s Gaspé Peninsula, full of mountain peaks, sweeping landscapes and close moose encounters 

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Spending the night in North America’s only ice hotel

An unforgettable Nordic-inspired experience where ice and snow are transformed into an enchanting overnight stay

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Ice canoeing in Quebec City

Navigating chunks of ice in frigid temperatures, Robin Esrock recounts his thrilling experience ice canoeing on the St. Lawrence River

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The thrill of the hike: Exploring Bic National Park

Shaped by the sea, Bic boasts more than 25 kilometres of marked trails taking visitors over the water, through the forest and into the clouds

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Martinique: Exploring the Caribbean’s “island of flowers”

Renowned for its world-class beaches, ecotourism and historical sites, this tropical paradise exudes relaxation, making it the perfect destination to unwind and escape from everyday life

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A knight to remember: Medieval glamping in Alberta

An inside look at Good Knights medieval-themed glamping experience — complete with sword fighting, axe throwing, archery and more

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Photos: Exploring majestic hidden glacier caves in the Canadian Rockies

Formed in varying shapes and sizes, these glacier caves create the “perfect playground for photographers”

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Barons of the Prairies

A history of Alberta’s quirky Burger Baron restaurant chain

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9 reasons why you don’t need skis to enjoy Banff

From forest bathing to historic hotels, Canada’s iconic winter wonderland has more to offer than fresh powder

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Assiniboine Lodge: North America’s first backcountry ski lodge

After a long day of hiking or skiing, sit back and relax during happy hour at 2,180 metres elevation

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Creating legacies on Costa Rica’s Pacuare River

The ultimate rainforest retreat complete with eco-adventures, hands-on education and adrenaline-inducing activities amidst tropical jungle scenery

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Feast and forage in Newfoundland

Making authentic connections with a local taste of food, culture, and nature

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Travel with Dr. Jean: Preparing for takeoff

From compression socks to a proper backpack, there are some travel items that you should never forget as a senior traveller. But don’t worry, Dr. Jean has you covered.   

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The Essential Itinerary: Chicago for the holidays

Chicago goes BIG for the holidays. Here are our picks for the best ways to celebrate the season on a weekend getaway to the Windy City.

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Is it safe to travel again?

Bucket Listed blogger Robin Esrock weighs in on risk and rewards

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8 great virtual vacations to take from your couch

With domestic and international tourism on hold for the foreseeable future, we’ve rounded up some of the best ways to experience top Canadian and U.S. destinations without ever leaving home

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Beers, biking and bluegrass

Exploring the sights and sips of North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains

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Is Canada on the cusp of a tourism enlightenment?

What tourism’s shift to sustainability, reconciliation and regeneration means for the rest of us

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Explorer-in-Residence George Kourounis discusses his career as a storm chaser

The global explorer, adventurer, and TV host highlights his most dangerous experiences, regrets, what he has learned, and more

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Uncorked: The story behind Saint John City Market’s hidden gem

How two Saint John sisters are sharing the flavours of New Brunswick in the heart of the city

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When it comes to volcano tourism, is the reward worth the risk?

In the wake of the sudden deadly eruption of New Zealand’s White Island volcano this week, explorer George Kourounis looks at why we’re drawn to active volcanoes — and how to explore them safely

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How to eat like a local in the Florida Keys

Whether it’s brewing homegrown craft beer or putting an invasive species on the menu, a new generation of locavores in the Florida Keys is helping redefine the region’s food and drink scene

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Essential Itinerary: Winter in Western Newfoundland

A three-day guide on where to stay, what to do and how to make the most out of your time exploring Western Newfoundland 

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The Da Vinci Code of the Prairies

 A local historian unlocks the mysteries of Winnipeg’s Manitoba Legislature

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Rolling uphill in New Brunswick

For almost a century, Magnetic Hill has boggled the minds of visitors. Here’s a closer look at what makes this magical spectacle so intriguing.

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Snakes on a plain: a visit to Manitoba’s Narcisse Snake Dens

A bucket list experience observing the world’s largest concentration of snakes

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The Crooked Bush: Saskatchewan’s botanical phenomenon

How a mutant grove of trees is adding mystery to the prairies

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Hiking the Cataraqui Trail

With its proximity to a number of small towns along the route, this Eastern Ontario trail is perfect for the seasoned walker looking for a not-too-rugged, wildlife-filled four-day hike

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Portland’s craft beer revolution

A taste of North America’s best beer  — plus where to eat, what to do and where to stay in Portland, Oregon

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Rafting a tidal wave in Nova Scotia

Robin Esrock recounts his experience rafting a tidal wave in Nova Scotia’s Shubenacadie River — the only place in the world to do so

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Exploring music country: Everything to see and do in Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee

A music lover’s dream, this region of the U.S. is famous for its noteworthy strains of blues, soul and rock ‘n’ roll, plus the many music legends that were born here

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Canada’s F1 yacht team take a different tack

An exclusive look at SailGP aboard Canada’s F50 catamaran yacht and how this international sailing competition is keeping sustainability in mind

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The plastic road to Everest Base Camp

Garbage litters the trail of the world’s most popular trek, but measures are being taken to clean up the Khumbu region — one kilogram at a time

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Eating like “the King” in Memphis, Tennessee

From catfish sandwiches to an Elvis-worthy lunch, these are some must-try spots in the music city of Tennessee

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The statues that move us

From New York’s iconic Statue of Liberty to the famous Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, these are some of the world’s most captivating statues

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Heli-fishing along British Columbia’s Skeena River

Fly fishing for steelhead trout and salmon in Northern B.C.’s bucket list angling destination

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Seeing the northern lights, finally

After years of waiting to see the aurora borealis, Robin Esrock recounts his experience viewing these dancing lights with his father in Yellowknife

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Skiing or snowshoeing? Enjoy the best of both worlds at this unique backcountry lodge

At British Columbia’s Purcell Mountain Lodge, guests can partake in skiing and snowshoeing and then end the day with a well-deserved three-course dinner

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Ojibway spirit horses gallop into view

Everything you need to know about the eight unique spirit horses at Ottawa’s Mādahòkì Farm

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A writer’s guide to travelling

Travel writer Meghan J. Ward gives her best tools to help you gain context and a deeper understanding of the places you visit

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The life-changing magic of a bucket list

The great thing about bucket lists is that they change and grow with us. What’s on your list?

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A hidden gem in every province and territory

In the throes of a Canadian summer, here’s a collection of some interesting and under-the-radar adventures to add bite to your bucket list. 

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Bucket Listed, with Robin Esrock

In his inaugural Can Geo Travel column, the travel guru writes about how the unexpected — like pandemics or car accidents — can lead to exciting new opportunities

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To travel or not to travel during the COVID-19 pandemic?

As Canada’s economy begins to open back up, many are wondering how safe it is to travel and what experts suggest we should do. Here, we outline your journey from the airport, to the airplane and to your hotel, and what you can expect along the way. 

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The Essential Itinerary: San Diego, California

Your three-day cultural tour of ‘America’s Finest City’  

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People & Culture

Peace by Chocolate: from Syria to Antigonish

How this small town chocolate factory in Nova Scotia is making a big impact

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“One people, one planet, one life:” The story of a director’s chair and the Take Your Seat project

As a new book of his images is released, photographer Randy VanDerStarren explains the meaning behind his well-travelled chair

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