Exploring Montreal

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada. The pious 17th-century French founders of this vibrant island metropolis might be a little surprised to have produced a place that revels so much in its differences from the old country, especially when celebrating its European-ness. Montreal may not be quite Quebec – but it knows it. … Read more

Exploring New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick are all provinces in the Atlantic Canada region of Canada. The beauty and lure of coastal scenery, picturesque centuries-old villages, world-class historic sites, and a wealth of family attractions have made this region a traveler’s paradise; Coastal beauty is always nearby. The striking scenery of New Brunswick’s … Read more

Exploring St. John’s

St. John’s has a lot to offer, from a bustling city to a melting pot of cultures! Read on to find out more about what this fascinating city and province have in store for you. About St. John’s St. John’s is the capital and largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The city has a … Read more

Exploring Newfoundland and Labrador

In Newfoundland and Labrador, you can experience open spaces and grand spectacles of nature. The towering peaks, vast landscapes, and 17,000 km (10,500 miles) of rugged coastlines offer an awe-inspiring view. In this colorful land, massive icebergs drift lazily along the coast, whales swim in sparkling bays, and moose graze in flat open marshes. The … Read more

Atlantic Canada

Atlantic Canada is picturesque coastlines and scenic beaches. There are also active fishing villages, cozy country inns, and friendly people. The culture in New Brunswick is French-speaking Acadian culture that flourishes in the northeast area of the province. Lunenburg, a historic Nova Scotia town, is a natural beauty source. It is an example of the … Read more

Native Canadians

The first inhabitants of North America crossed from Siberia to Alaska around 25,000 years ago. These hunter-nomads came searching for mammoth and bison, the ice-age animals that constituted their basic diet. The first wave of migrants was reinforced by a steady trickle of Siberian peoples over the next 15,000 years, and slowly the tribes worked … Read more

Multicultural Canada

Canada’s multiculturalism is displayed in its cities, from Vancouver‘s Chinatown to Toronto‘s Little Italy. But what are the origins of this cultural diversity? This article explores the history of immigration to Canada and how it has shaped the country we know today. Canada has adopted a multicultural and multi-religious society, as opposed to the melting … Read more

Discovering Canada

Canada is the second largest country in the world, after Russia. It offers endless engaging experiences to travelers and divides Canada into 13 different regions offerring a unique experience that one may find appealing. Each region has its characteristics, so it will be tricky to decide which region or entire country to visit. If you’re … Read more