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Whitewater runs in the veins at Kumsheen Rafting Resort

Whitewater runs in the veins at Kumsheen Rafting Resort

The Fandrich family has built a powerhouse adventure tourism business along the swirling, azure Thompson River in B.C.

Save money, avoid outrageous phone bills when travelling abroad

Save money, avoid outrageous phone bills when travelling abroad

New CRTC rules mean Canadian providers must now unlock your phone, making it easier to use a different SIM card

Revisiting Gwaii Haanas, a hallowed and reborn place

Revisiting Gwaii Haanas, a hallowed and reborn place

Forty years ago, it was a deserted ground, tinged in sadness. Today, the region is enriched with spirit and purpose

Giverny and Monet’s Gardens

Giverny and Monet’s Gardens

TRAVEL: Stop in Giverny at least for a few hours to wander among Monet’s gardens and you’ll feel like you’ve entered one of his paintings

Finding magical places on the long road from Alberta to Texas

Finding magical places on the long road from Alberta to Texas

Not having a definitive travel plan can pay off when you unexpectedly find the remarkable – amid the people and the landscape

Turks and Caicos – the road less travelled, but it could be ours

Turks and Caicos – the road less travelled, but it could be ours

Would it really benefit Canada to get into bed with these types – even if the bed was a hammock swaying in a tropical breeze?

In the heart of the world’s largest non-polar icefield

In the heart of the world’s largest non-polar icefield
This entry is part 3 of 1 in the series Road trip to the Yukon

All was ice, white curving fingers spilling from mountain valleys. Dark lines of ground rock defined each icy highway

Of sour toes, midnight golf, and birds singing for sex and war

Historic, colourful, quaint and sleep-deprived Dawson City; and up the perilous, muddy Dempster Highway

A soft egg in the Nahanni National Park Reserve

A soft egg in the Nahanni National Park Reserve

Discovering Virginia Falls, a remarkable UNESCO World Heritage Site – and learning a little German