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.
Let me start off by being very transparent – I hate the cold, and even more than that, I hate snow. So, in February when my best friend asked me to visit her in Barrie, the city she now called home, I wasn’t too thrilled to oblige.
Clean air. Calming green space. Cuddly animals. Fresh produce. Homemade baking. So many things to post on Instagram or Facebook when you visit a farm!
Toronto’s Cabbagetown neighbourhood, recognized as "the largest continuous area of preserved Victorian housing in all of North America", has a surprisingly small-town feel despite being located walking distance from the bustling Financial District.
As the capital city of British-Columbia (B.C.), Victoria has something for everyone, so whether you're into an outdoorsy adventure or looking for a low-key getaway, you'll have no problems finding something fun to do!
Despite being our nation’s capital, Ottawa often has a bad rep of being “the city that fun forgot”, but in recent years, this usually sleepy city has started to wake up and develop a thriving craft beer community.
Travelling with young children (18 months and 4 years in my case), it is not always easy. Children need to play, run, jump, and scream.Here are five places in Quebec that the whole family loved.