From Saskatchewan to PEI and the west coast, Canada is full of watery fun.
Dick Lubbersen and his Cessna "Godzilla" give tourists a birds'-eye view of the province.
The Canadian dollar is low, gas is cheap, car travel is in again. That means road trips are back.
Voters name St. John’s gem as the No. 1 place to dine in the nation for the second year in a row.
Visitors to Nova Scotia's capital will enjoy the exciting and growing micro-brewery trend.
From the peaks of Kluane to sublime PEI, the nation has loads to see on foot.
In the Year of Sport, Pan Am Games host Toronto tops list of Canadian destinations to visit.
Sandra Williams-Herve names the top spots to ring in 2015 across the country.
Zombies, ghosts, ghouls and spooky haunts can be enjoyed throughout the country this year.
On Cape Breton, a fresh attraction aims to attract lovers of Celtic culture.