Topics :: Canada
Tuesday Feb 12, 2013
The Canadian government is reviewing humanitarian funding for an evangelical group that works in Uganda and has described homosexuality as perverted and sinful.
By APNewsNow | Sunday Jan 27, 2013
Canada’s most populous province is getting its first female and openly gay premier, former education minister Kathleen Wynne.
Monday Dec 24, 2012
The internationally-acclaimed Rocky Mountaineer announced the launch of its new Coastal Passage route, connecting Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC to the Canadian Rockies.
By Joey Amato | Monday Nov 19, 2012
The best way to arrive to Vancouver is either flying direct or jump on a flight to Seattle and then board an Amtrak train for a scenic 4-hour journey along the coast.
By Richard Frisbie | Friday Oct 26, 2012
Charlevoix, Canada, a picturesque landscape on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, is destined to become the next "hot" foodie destination. Located east of Quebec City, Charlevoix is in a 350 million year old meteorite crater.
Thursday Oct 25, 2012
Leading travel publisher Lonely Planet has named Montréal among the Top 10 cities to visit in 2013. Montréal, ranked 8th, is one of only two North American cities and the only destination in Canada to be included on this prestigious annual list.
By Charmaine Noronha | Sunday Oct 7, 2012
Canada’s highest court handed down a monumental ruling that may affect decisions here when it ruled that people with a low rate of HIV who use condoms don’t have to tell sex partners they are HIV+.
By Mark Thompson | Tuesday Sep 11, 2012
If you look at a map of Montreal, you’ll notice that the city is shaped like a pair of lips and it’s fitting that the Tourism Montreal logo, which visitors see all over the city, replaces the O in Montreal with a red-lipsticked kiss.
Tuesday Sep 11, 2012
Some locals claim that Montreal has only two seasons: winter and festivals, which means that all spring, summer, and autumn, Montreal is nothing less than an ongoing festival of fun.
Saturday Sep 1, 2012
In autumn, as the leaves turn, the riverfront city of Fredericton is awash with fiery scarlets and bright yellows. And the cultural calendar is as lively as ever.