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Could This Tiny Town Be Canada's Best Kept Secret?

Brian Trinh | Posted 07.01.2014 | Canada Travel
Brian Trinh

There are certain parts of the year where there is no life for Don Rice outside of Bear River, Nova Scotia. To live in a village in an outlying area with 800 people might seem like a prison sentence for some, but for Rice, one of 50 artisans living in the community, the area is a gift for artists looking to nurture their own gifts.

WATCH: Travel Back To A Simpler Time With A Trip Here

Brian Trinh | Posted 06.25.2014 | Canada Travel
Brian Trinh

At 17 years old, Grace Hofer sounds like your typical Canadian teenager. She likes to read, play her guitar and enjoys her free time in Saskatchewan's outdoors. Less typical is where she lives: the Lajord Hutterite Colony, located roughly 30 minutes from Regina.

Labrador: One of Nature's Final Frontiers

The Nature Conservancy of Canada | Posted 03.23.2014 | Canada Travel
The Nature Conservancy of Canada

If you are a wilderness lover, or an adventurer of any kind, Labrador should be on your list of "must sees." So much of Labrador's nature remains a mystery. It's not hard to see why the New York Times listed Labrador as one of four "Up-and-Coming" travel destinations in 2011, describing it as one of North America's last frontiers.

Is Better in Banff

Cottage Country | Posted 06.19.2013 | Canada Travel
Cottage Country

Perhaps the notion of voluntarily opting into more snow was so twisted I couldn't help but to be intrigued. But, this year as spring sprung, I took the plunge toward perpetual winter and packed my bags for a long weekend in Alberta's Banff National Park, home to the longest ski season in North America.

How Canada Can Attract More Chinese Travellers

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 06.16.2013 | Canada Travel
Adrian Brijbassi

When the World Tourism Organization revealed statistics this month that showed China was the new No. 1 in travel, the implications became clear. Chinese travellers primarily visit neighbouring Asian countries like Singapore and Japan. When they do take long-haul flights, their preferred destination is Australia. It is that country that could potentially help Canada attract more Chinese tourists.

The Best of Canadian Travel in 2012

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 02.26.2013 | Canada Travel
Adrian Brijbassi

I spent the summer on the road, touching down in nine of the 10 provinces in Canada. Tourism opportunities abound in big centres and small, with people eager to search out local experiences, whether it be culinary finds or historic tours that are short on gimmicks and strong on depth and personality. In all, 2012 was a fantastic year for seeing Canada.

Thirsty for Oktoberfest? The Top 24 Brewpubs in Canada

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 12.02.2012 | Canada Living
Adrian Brijbassi

In time for Oktoberfest celebrations across the country, we publish our first Top 24 Brewpubs in Canada list, giving attention to a growing segment that's important to Canadians and visitors to the country. The craft-brew craze has redefined how Canadians and visitors to this country drink beer. Here's the full list.

Welcome to HuffPost Canada Travel!

Rod Charles | Posted 06.24.2012 | Canada Travel
Rod Charles

It's arrived! The Huffington Post Canada Travel is up and running. This launch represents an opportunity to do what we do best -- highlight the things that make our country cool and showcase interesting locations around the world.

One of the most amazing things about Canadians is that you can't go anywhere in the world without running into one. We're aware of our world. We care about it. And we love travelling, meeting people, seeing different cultures up close and having fun.

The Top Travel Destinations For Canadians

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 02.05.2012 | Canada Living

TORONTO - Travel site Hotwire.com says big cities and warm weather locales are the top travel destinations for Canadians this holiday season.The disco...

The Fine Art of the (Canadian) Road Trip

Katherine Low | Posted 01.26.2012 | Canada
Katherine Low

In travel, as in life, you must constantly forge your own path and discover new routes. The reason the first guy enjoys it so much is that it is a new, exhilarating experience that makes him feel amazing. The reverse is true for one's first time overdoing it on Canadian whisky.

It's Going To Cost A Bit More To Head To The U.S.

CBC | Posted 12.24.2011 | Canada

Canadian and Mexican travellers are once again going to have to swallow a $5.50 tax if they enter the United States by air or sea. ...