‘That little place by the lights’ – those are the directions you get for a great place to eat. However, in this instance, it’s also the name of the restaurant locals will point you to for great food in cottage country. T... Read More

Flowers are blooming. The trees have started to bud. Finally, the weather is getting warmer. Spring has arrived - it’s time to come out of hibernation and explore the new landscape. A weekend getaway is the perfect way t... Read More

Just a touch of sunshine, a little hint of warmer air and melting snow are all the encouragement a little seed needs. Under the ice, spring is waiting. As soon as the weather warms people will be emerging from their home... Read More

It’s hard to imagine one place that is packed with so much to do. Prince Edward Island has something for just about everyone to enjoy. Museums, beaches, unique houses, and historic sites – it’s all here in this lovely pl... Read More

When you offer a safe place to hide to an exiled royal family – well, let’s just say they will want to thank you. That is exactly how Ottawa became friends with Holland’s royal family during WWII. In thanks, Princess Jul... Read More

When it’s time to head for peace and quiet, serenity by the lake and a little family time most people from Toronto head to Muskoka. However, if you’ve been-there-done-that and are looking for somewhere different, there a... Read More

On the northeastern tip of Nova Scotia lies a land of breathtaking beauty – Cape Breton Island. The weather here is mild most of the time without great variances. Spring begins in mid-April with temperatures ranging from... Read More

You love your kids and your job, but sometimes you still want to break free and enjoy some ‘alone time’ with your partner. That time for reconnection and re-dedication to your marriage is so important. Here are some grea... Read More

Winter is no time to rest in your recliner. Get out and enjoy the scenery and majesty of British Columbia by hiking one of the many trails here. On some trails, you can bring along your furry companion, too. After all, F... Read More

Japanese Canadians who fought in WWII were never forgotten. Today their legacy blooms on sidewalks and in parks all over Vancouver. 500 cherry trees were presented in 1930 to the Vancouver Park Board from Kobe and Yokoha... Read More