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Enjoy Delicious Mexican Cuisine in Playa del Carmen

Vitamin Daily | Posted 08.12.2015 | Canada Travel
Vitamin Daily

Little sister to Mexican resort Mecca Cancun, Playa del Carmen is so much more than balmy waters, sandy beaches and ancient Mayan ruins. In fact, this Quintana Roo town of 150,000 is deftly coming into its own as a foodie destination -- here's our recipe for the perfect stay:

Canada Needs to Increase Its Focus on North America

Carlo Dade | Posted 07.02.2015 | Canada Politics
Carlo Dade

That the U.S. is changing is not news; it may be the definition of pabulum. But what is surprising is how out of touch or uninformed most of Canada seems to be with the drastically changing U.S. and also Mexico, in other words with North America.

Canada Needs to Get Cozy With Mexico

Christopher Sands | Posted 06.26.2015 | Canada Politics
Christopher Sands

Making the case to deepen ties with Mexico to Canadians on the basis of a thoughtful review of the arguments and the evidence of twenty years of NAFTA experience is a valuable contribution to the Canadian debate, and very much in the tradition of sober second thought on issues of the day.

Trudeau Gets it Right on North America

Carlo Dade | Posted 06.23.2015 | Canada Politics
Carlo Dade

Justin Trudeau's speech on the importance of North America on Monday echoed most of the current wisdom on Canada's standing in North America -- we're in trouble and the issue needs some serious attention. The idea for a cabinet level committee on the U.S. relationship proposed by Trudeau is good, but in reality it would have to be a committee on North America, which means including Mexico. And Trudeau seemed half way there in his speech.

Is Mexico's Sugary Beverage Tax Effective Against Reducing Obesity?

Patrick Luciani | Posted 06.19.2015 | Canada Living
Patrick Luciani

Just as soda sales are declining in the U.S. and Canada, similar changes are taking place in Mexico. Increasing the price of any product leads to lower demand. However, that's not the only factor involved in declining sales.

Canada, U.S., Mexico Form Climate Working Group

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 05.25.2015 | Canada Politics

MERIDA, Mexico - Canada, the United States and Mexico have established a ministerial-level working group on climate change and energy issues.Greg Rick...

WATCH: Do You Know Why You're Celebrating Cinco De Mayo?

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 05.05.2015 | Canada Living

It's May 5, and for many, that means today is Cinco de Mayo. And what does that mean to you? It might mean nothing more than a chance to gather at ...

Acapulco 2015: The Comeback Year

Bryen Dunn | Posted 05.05.2015 | Canada
Bryen Dunn

Acapulco is Mexico's largest beach-resort destination, and after a few years of declining tourism numbers, this year the city is inviting the world ba...

Cancun: Beyond the Congo lines and Buffets

Amanda Blakley | Posted 04.14.2015 | Canada Travel
Amanda Blakley

It's hard to believe that less than 40 years ago Cancun was but jungle and deserted beaches. This resort town quite literally rose from the sand tha...

Escape to These 5 Sweet Hotels With Your Sweetie

Trivago.ca | Posted 04.12.2015 | Canada Travel
Trivago.ca

With Valentine's Day just around the corner to remind us to indulge in our sweet (or semi-sweet) tooth this February, we've hunted for the world's best boutique hotels that are taking our favorite aphrodisiac to the next level.

What Oil Prices Are Doing to Mexico's Economy?

Peter Hall | Posted 04.07.2015 | Canada Business
Peter Hall

In contrast to the snow-bound North, the weather for my brief trip to Mexico last week was close to ideal. It was in stark contrast to the economic weather in emerging markets these days, which is more like what the US Northeast is currently coping with. Is Mexico's economy more in keeping with its sunny skies, or is the situation as gloomy as in other emerging markets?

Why Is Mexico on Canada's List of 'Safe Countries'?

Elvira Truglia | Posted 03.31.2015 | Canada Politics
Elvira Truglia

Mexico's human rights crisis is staring Canada in the face. According to Amnesty International, there are six times more reported cases of torture and ill-treatment than a decade ago. The 43 disappeared in Ayontizapa are only a needle in the hay stack of more than 80,000 estimated dead and 26,000 disappeared in the last 8 years.

Why More Vacation Will Help Your Career

Carolyn Lawrence | Posted 12.12.2014 | Canada Travel
Carolyn Lawrence

Let's give thanks to ourselves for all our hard work and tired bones; let's take a deep breath, relax our shoulders from up beside our ears; sign up to have someone take care of us for a change, and book ourselves a vacation. Exhale. Feels good doesn't it?

Why Mexico's Ban on Advertising Food to Kids Might Not Work

Bill Bogart | Posted 11.15.2014 | Canada Business
Bill Bogart

This summer Mexico put in place a ban of food advertising to children. The target is junk. Restricting advertising to children is good policy as one part of efforts to have our kids eat nutritiously right from the start. However, in this increasingly interconnected world it is harder and harder for any one society to effectively constrain such promotions.

Empathy Is the Key to a Successful Business

G(irls)20 | Posted 09.21.2014 | Canada Impact
G(irls)20

Everyone should act as a leader to make a strong environment for their business. If you are reading this, you may be a smart leader that knows how to earn money and build long-term relationships with your clients. If you analyze the key behind this kind of success you will find there is a simple answer: empathy.

How to Travel in Mexico With a Toddler

Amanda Blakley | Posted 05.13.2014 | Canada Travel
Amanda Blakley

My travel companion was my two year old Atticus (a man of few words) who surprised me by declaring enthusiastically: "Mexicooooo" as he looked out the window in wonder. No, we weren't headed to some coastal gated community or beachside all-inclusive. We had touched down in central Mexico.

The World Is Getting Hungrier

Peter Hall | Posted 05.06.2014 | Canada Impact
Peter Hall

The world is getting hungrier. It has been said many times, but it bears repeating: the rise of emerging markets over the past three decades is now vaulting millions into the ranks of the middle class every year.

Where Have All the Monarchs Gone?

The Nature Conservancy of Canada | Posted 04.22.2014 | Canada
The Nature Conservancy of Canada

When I was a young girl, seeing monarchs flit around was as common as hearing the songs of the meadowlarks and the chipping of ground squirrels. I was...

B.C. Couple's Near Death Experience In Mexico

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 04.22.2014 | Canada British Columbia

KAMLOOPS, B.C. - A Kamloops, B.C., couple believe they were seconds from death during a scuba diving expedition in Mexico.Diane Barry and her husband,...

Why Harper's Mexico Trip Matters

CP | Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.18.2014 | Canada Politics

MEXICO CITY - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is in Mexico City with a plan that could pave the way for getting rid of his host's biggest complaint abou...

Mexico Trip Will Be 'Unmitigated Disaster'

CP | Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.18.2014 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper won't be bringing the news his Mexican host wants to hear, nor hearing any himself from U.S. President Barack O...

Canada-Mexico Relationship Called 'Stagnant'

CP | Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press | Posted 04.04.2014 | Canada Politics

OTTAWA - He felt the love in Israel, but when Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives in Mexico later this month, he'll be met by an undercurrent of res...

A Tequila Massage in Mexico

Lisa Ng | Posted 04.03.2014 | Canada Travel
Lisa Ng

I can most definitely say that my body was drunk after my first tequila massage at Apuane Spa at The Four Seasons Resort in Punta Mita, Mexico. Well, drunk in the way that my body felt like jello after all the kinks and knots were worked out by my lovely massage therapist.

Thinking Growth Markets? Think Mexico, Again.

Peter Hall | Posted 03.31.2014 | Canada Business
Peter Hall

One brief look at Mexico's GDP numbers for 2013, and you'd likely say, "What happened?" At the outset of the year, forecasts were calling for between 3-to-4 per cent growth. Instead, the final tally is looking more like 1.2 per cent. That's a pretty sizeable miss. If lots went wrong in the year, foreign investment in Mexico wasn't on that list; in fact, it had a banner year. What's behind this success?

NAFTA's Biggest Winner Is..

CP | Julian Beltrame, The Canadian Press | Posted 02.28.2014 | Canada Business

OTTAWA - Ross Perot may have had it right after all about who would win under NAFTA.The North American Free Trade Deal was an important step for all t...