St. Martins, in New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy, is a coastal village with awe-inspiring scenery and the World’s Highest Tides.
St. John’s, NL. City of Legends. Most easterly city in North America.
Calgary is a bustling city with stunning views and only a short drive from the gorgeous Rocky Mountains.
During summer, Torontonians will beat the heat by escaping the city and heading north to cottage country hot spots like Lake Muskoka. However, if you’re like me and you’ve already spent your cottage budget on daily purchases of lattes and avocado toasts, a summer staycation may be in order.
Having relocated temporarily to Kitchener-Waterloo for my studies, I was curious to experience everything the region had to offer!
My wife and I recently decided to move from Markham, Ontario (a suburb of Toronto) back to our home city of Ottawa. Once the decision was made, we needed to inform our three boys. Our eldest, Charlie, was not impressed.
Having moved from London, UK, to Toronto a year ago with our two year old, our biggest challenge was to decide where to live in Toronto as the city has so much to offer. Naturally, when we visited The Beaches there was no doubt in our minds that this was the perfect neighbourhood to live our Canadian adventure: the beach, the parks and the close-knit community. So a year later (time flies!) here are my family’s favourite places in The Beaches:
Going to Vancouver is almost overwhelming – not that the city is too big, too loud, or hard to get around – there are just too many must-dos.
If you haven’t escaped the rat race and taken a trip to Okanagan Wine Country, have you really escaped the rat race?
It sometimes feels like half the GTA flies north for the summer, spending their weekends in Muskoka, Haliburton or the Kawarthas. Far fewer realize that about an hour west of Toronto, there’s a city with all the small-town charm and natural beauty of cottage country.