Nation’s capital and Quebec’s big city are celebrating milestone anniversaries in style.
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.
Vacay.ca's Jody Robbins and her daughter discover New Brunswick's magnificent tides.
Charlottetown tops the Vacay.ca list of Canadian travel destinations for the next 12 months.
This historic resort is just waiting to be re-discovered in New Brunswick.
Blue Door restaurant and Beaverbrook Art Gallery impress Vacay.ca writer Jacqueline Swartz.
Rossmount Inn serves up a culinary delight for visitors to this New Brunswick community.
A road trip around the Bay of Fundy offers waterfalls, tides, rock formations and great food.
See the fall colours in New Brunswick with this package from Chalets Restigouche.