This may be a small nation but it affords big opportunities — to enjoy the healing powers of its seas, to navigate its trails across mountains and hills and into caves, to bask on its white and pink sand beaches, and be fortified by its delicious local cuisine.
by Diana BallonPublished in A Taste for Travel Looking for an easy lakefront escape without having to board a plane, don a mask and navigate airports? If you are an Ontarian, Burlington just might be the thing. I was amazed to discover so many things to do in Burlington. Its vegan food scene, luxurious new Continue Reading
Coast to coast, there’s much to experience and explore across Canada. And there’s no better way to discover this vast and beautiful country of ours than hopping in an RV and driving through our postcard-worthy provincial parks, UNESCO World Heritage sites and visiting national monuments. We highlight six routes that allow you to choose your own adventure, whether it’s driving across the country or visiting a regional gem.
The idea for arranging staycations with each member of my family was inspired by a tradition my psychologist aunt initiated many decades ago. When she visited my cousins, she would meet separately with each child and let them direct how they wanted to spend their allotted time together. Fast forward about five decades, and I decided to make a similar arrangement with my kids – and my husband as well. The same sentiment applies — to make each person and each relationship special.
Eastern Ontario lies north of New York State, in an area brimming with quaint heritage towns, lakes, canals and waterways. It
is also home to the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that extends 202 kilometres from Ottawa to Kingston, and is the oldest continuously operated canal in North America.