Canada's Top 10 Fastest Growing Travel Destinations

Flight Network | Posted 10.02.2015 | Canada Travel
Flight Network

Avid travellers are always on the search for something new to experience. Luckily, Canadians don't always have to travel across the globe to find it. There are so many destinations to experience right here in Canada, from mountains to lakes and everything in between.

This Is Why I'm Happy With My Life Choices

The Purple Fig | Posted 10.02.2015 | Canada Living
The Purple Fig

When I hit 30, I noticed my social media fill with announcements of engagements, weddings, new homes, new pregnancies, thriving careers and growing families. I began to contemplate the state of my life over the past few years and even jumped on the bandwagon for a time. There is something wrong with me; I am not living how I should be, doing what I should be, and feeling like I should be.

The Ramblings of a Failed Bachelor

Tim Warmels | Posted 09.27.2015 | Canada Living
Tim Warmels

I thought I found the woman that I'd spend the rest of my life. I know the relationship was close because the heartbreak was very real. Ask anyone who knows me personally. They'll tell you how little fun I was for a while after our breakup. But I was something before The Bachelor Canada and the show's aftermath.

Tips for Eating Healthy While Travelling

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 09.26.2015 | Canada Travel
Sacha DeVoretz

I love travelling, but when I am on the road or a plane, it is easy to go for the unhealthy options. With a little planning, it is possible (and easy!) to stay healthy and eat nutritious foods on your next holiday or business trip.

Fitness Doesn't Take a Vacation Because You Do

Kathy Buckworth | Posted 09.24.2015 | Canada Travel
Kathy Buckworth

"But I'm on vacation!" This is just one of the excuses we give ourselves when we decide to forfeit our fitness routines while traveling. But whether you're traveling for fun or for work, it can be one of the best times to change or ramp up your exercise.

The Economic Case Against Leg Room Being a 'Human Right'

Michel Kelly-Gagnon | Posted 09.24.2015 | Canada Business
Michel Kelly-Gagnon

I almost spit out my coffee the other morning when I stumbled upon this piece by a fellow named Christopher Elliott. In it, he argued that having enough room for your legs on an airplane should be a "human right." One has to be willfully ignorant to not understand that this type of regulation, if adopted, would raise the cost of airline tickets everywhere.

15 Travel Hacks to Pack Like a Pro Every Single Time

Allison Eberle | Posted 09.23.2015 | Canada Travel
Allison Eberle

Don't worry! Packing isn't a popular pastime for anyone, even frequent travellers who have this stuffing things into a bag malarkey down. If you're someone who breaks out in a cold sweat at the sight of an empty suitcase, here are some great tips for packing quickly, safely, and easily time and time again.

What's Hiding Under the Calanques of Southern France

Nicole Abi-Najem | Posted 09.28.2015 | Canada Travel
Nicole Abi-Najem

The calanques -- deriving from the Occitan and Corsican word for inlet -- is just that: a series of natural inlets spanning 20 km across from Marseille to Cassis across Southern France. These emerald fingers, as Marseille's tourism site refers to them, dip between cliffs and were formed 12 000 years ago after a gradual warming during the ice age caused sea levels to rise, consequently flooding the valleys.

New York City Is a Kinder Place Than You Think

Marco Pasqua | Posted 09.13.2015 | Canada Travel
Marco Pasqua

Social media digitally connects us to the world's latest news and trends. All of this is convenient, but I believe it comes at a cost -- the loss of what I like to call "the human connection." Recently, I went on a trip with my wife and in-laws and discovered that the human connection does still exist, and to my surprise it was where I least expected it... New York City.

5 Places to Visit With Your Pet This Fall

Flight Network | Posted 09.11.2015 | Canada Travel
Flight Network

Fall is one of the best times of year to hit the road with your furry friends. Campgrounds are less crowded, hotel rates are lower and cool fall weather is easier on your traveling pets. These five destinations in Canada and the United States promise breathtaking scenery and unforgettable adventures for you and your furry friend this fall.

6 Questions to Ask Before Buying Travel Insurance

Lisa Jackson | Posted 09.11.2015 | Canada Travel
Lisa Jackson

I made the huge-ass mistake of packing a valuable item -- Luckily, theft was covered by my travel insurance. Or so I thought. The insurance representative regretfully informed me that although stolen baggage was covered, my claim wasn't eligible. It was a baffling and maddening situation, but one that got me thinking: what other insurance loopholes are lingering out there?

8 Reasons Why Your Next Cruise Should Have a Balcony Cabin

Julia Rosien | Posted 09.10.2015 | Canada Travel
Julia Rosien

Choosing a cabin for your next cruise can be as fun (and frustrating) as choosing the cruise itself -- I won't cruise unless I can get a balcony cabin. Don't get me wrong. I'm not a cruise snob, but a balcony cabin is like sunshine on your vacation -- it makes everything better.

5 Luxury Travel Trends To Watch

Brian Robertson | Posted 09.04.2015 | Canada Travel
Brian Robertson

In the past, luxury just meant expensive. But as travellers become more savvy and more tourism options become available, the focus has firmly shifted towards experiences. A five star hotel is no longer enough, it has to have a unique history that differentiates it from the next luxury accommodation.

Top 5 Apps for Business Travellers

Julie Hansen | Posted 09.03.2015 | Canada Business
Julie Hansen

With a job that has me travelling between Toronto and Silicon Valley fairly frequently, I've come to rely on a few choice apps that save me time, money, give me peace of mind and increase my productivity regardless of where I am. Who'd want to leave these behind?

6 Ways to Take the 'Bite' Out of Visiting the Big Apple

David Lester | Posted 09.01.2015 | Canada Travel
David Lester

I just came back from NYC and I wanted to pass on some of my money saving strategies. I saved money on everything from dining, roaming, hotels, attractions to my cell phone bill. It is easy to spend a ton in NYC with the exchange rate and higher Manhattan prices and after many trips I've been able to put more "sweet" into visiting the big apple!

5 Reasons Why You Should Head Up to Halifax Right Now

Vitamin Daily | Posted 08.29.2015 | Canada Travel
Vitamin Daily

Lobster rolls, sandy beaches, lighthouses -- Halifax, Nova Scotia, is practically begging to be explored. Here's what (we think) you shouldn't miss.

Why You Should Plan a Romantic Getaway in St. Martin | Posted 08.27.2015 | Canada Travel

A quiet beach, plenty of cocktails and delectable food and just enough culture and activities for when you've had enough of laying on the beach with one another. That's pretty much the essentials for a beach getaway together, is it not?

This Company Exemplifies the Power of Work-Life Integration

Tiffany Leigh | Posted 08.26.2015 | Canada Business
Tiffany Leigh

The seamless integration of work and life has been imperative to the growth and successes of Clif Bar & Company. By fostering a community connectedness through group exercises, community service, and shared weekly organic meals together in their in-house cafe, they've openly discussed the types of food they want in their diets and for their families.

The 13 Most Underrated Places in Canada

Flight Network | Posted 08.22.2015 | Canada Travel
Flight Network

As the world's second largest country, there are countless places to visit in Canada, many of which are widely overlooked. While metropolitan cities like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are all great travel destinations, don't miss out on the numerous underrated destinations that the country has to offer

From Seed to Symposium in Ireland

Rebecca LeHeup | Posted 08.20.2015 | Canada Travel
Rebecca LeHeup

As a lover of food, and a tourism professional, the fall holds a special place in my heart. The summer air cools, the season's bounty is gathered and celebrations abound. This fall, I'm particularly excited because I'm also returning to Galway, Ireland for the inaugural Food On The Edge Symposium -- where I'll experience a second harvest, of an idea planted by Chef Jp McMahon.

6 Things You Need To Experience Now (No Excuses!)

Posted 08.17.2015 | Canada Living

The internet is filled with articles proclaiming they’ve found X amount of things you NEED to do during your time on Earth. Your bucket list. You’...

This Chilean Port City Stole My Heart

Vitamin Daily | Posted 08.16.2015 | Canada Travel
Vitamin Daily

The Chilean port city (and UNESCO World Heritage site) of Valparaíso has stolen our hearts. Wander around its bustling plazas, get lost in its hilltop neighbourhoods and gaze at intriguing street art.

10 Loonie-Friendly U.S. Cities to Visit Before the End of Summer | Posted 08.15.2015 | Canada Travel

Trips across the border are becoming more expensive as the dollar continues to drop, but that isn't making our closest neighbour any less popular with Canadian travellers looking for that last summer vacation. Sneak in a wallet-friendly getaway before school starts!

Summer Is the Perfect Time to Visit the Beautiful B.C. Rockies

Vitamin Daily | Posted 08.14.2015 | Canada Travel
Vitamin Daily

With summer well and truly upon us, outdoors is the only place to be. Hiking, biking, basking in the sunshine, we're out there making it count--at our fave winter destination, no less. Trust us, Panorama Mountain Resort's got all the good stuff you need to get your fill of sunshine and fresh air.

Three Things You Probably Didn't Know About Airports

Hillary Marshall | Posted 08.14.2015 | Canada Travel
Hillary Marshall

Departing and arriving from airports are a necessary part of anyone's travel itinerary. But what's becoming increasingly clear is that the days when airports existed solely to move us from point A to point B are long gone. Airports are a lot more than just a corridor to drag your stuff through, or a place to hang your hat for a few hours.