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We’ve just arrived at Aurora Village on the outskirts of Yellowknife—capital of the Northwest Territories and, you could say, a capital place for viewing the northern lights. Like our guide, we’re all dressed in fur-trimmed parkas, warm pants and insulated...
It was snowing when I arrived in Vieux-Montréal. With narrow streets (originally travelled by foot or horse) lined with romantic stone buildings and lit up by seasonal lights, the historic neighbourhood felt hushed and inviting. A walk would make for...
If you’ve been thinking about going somewhere special to view the northern lights, you won’t want to put it off much longer. The aurora borealis will soon be at its best and brightest as the sun...
Long after the belugas have left the river in late summer and the polar bears have found sea ice in the autumn, Churchill, Manitoba takes a nap. But it’s a short nap because come February, it’s time...
Blessed with some 300 calendar days of sunshine, El Paso, Texas has something that Canadians sorely crave in winter: long, moderately warm days of outdoor adventure. In a state known for big metropolitan cities and sandy Gulf shores, El...
Among towering mountains, pristine lakes and dense forests, campers find solace under starlit skies. Whether seeking the thrill of backcountry adventures or the tranquillity of sleeping beachside, the country’s diverse national parks offer an array of experiences for...
The stars aligned—my husband and sister-in-law simultaneously had a couple of days off in a row, and we were all free. We knew exactly how to take advantage of the coincidence: we hired a babysitter...
Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, is the oldest national park in the country. But that’s not the only reason it’s on the top of so many hikers’ and travellers’ bucket lists—it’s a beautiful place to visit...
“I’ll see you at the UFO talk later tonight,” says Kyle Horvath as he slings his mountain bike over the tailgate of his pick-up truck and tosses a sweaty helmet into the box. File that under words you’re unlikely...
Jordan Jonas isn’t a stranger to being alone—his life experiences with isolation helped him win The History Channel’s survival show Alone. On Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories, he displayed impressive survival skills, ingenuity and adaptability to take home...
Each trail has its own beauty, whether it’s a spanning view off a peak or a calming lookout over a river. But some hikes carry history that simply adds to the scenery surrounding them. Many hikes in Canada have...
August 12, 2023: A herd of 300 beluga whales swims in the shimmering blue waters of Radstock Bay. From an Airbus H145 helicopter, 450 metres below, off Devon Island in Nunavut’s Qikiqtaaluk region, I enjoy a panoramic view of...
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