A culinary guide to Montreal

Canada’s second-largest city has a distinctly French flavour, but whether you’re ordering bagels, poutine or fine dining cuisine, expect a thoroughly Québecois twist.
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Seven ways to experience Nova Scotia, Canada's rugged eastern province

From driving along one of world’s most scenic highways to whale-watching, hiking between hemlocks or discovering quaint fishing villages, here’s what to do in this thrilling maritime province. 

Ride the rails through the Rocky Mountains, from Vancouver to Banff

All aboard the Rocky Mountaineer, its dapper carriages climbing leisurely from multicultural Vancouver to the peak-ringed resort of Banff. The two-day route, following historic and hard-won train tracks, reveals supersized summits, pioneering settlements and forested valleys stalked by grizzly bears.

Four new hotels in Calgary, Canada's gateway to the Rockies

Hip new pads and revamped classics provide reason to linger in the gateway to the Rockies.

How I got the shot: Richard James Taylor on capturing the landscapes of New Brunswick

The Restigouche River, in New Brunswick, offers the traveller some of the most wild and remote terrain in Canada. On his latest assignment, photographer Richard James Taylor explored the region, discovering its places and its people.

The ultimate hotel guide to Vancouver

With its mountains, forested coastline and buzzing arts scene, it’s no surprise the Canadian city is home to a crop of eco-minded and nature-themed hotels  — with the odd rock ‘n’ roll flourish thrown in. 
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How to spend 48 hours in Ottawa in the summer

Friendly, peaceful and easily accessible by bike or on foot, the Canadian capital has everything to offer. From an Indigenous past to a colourful street art scene, explore Canada in one city.
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Newfoundland and Labrador: Where Cosmopolitan Meets Ancient History

Explore the 565-million-year-old mysteries of Newfoundland and Labrador.  
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Surprising and unique Canadian fall experiences

Search for polar bears, take epic hikes among 10 million trees, camp under starry skies, and discover a distinctly different Canada.
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Unique ways to experience Canada in the spring

There are many experiences that you can only have in Canada in the springtime, from encounters with puffins against a backdrop of shimmering icebergs, to urban festivals celebrating tulips or outine, to glorious hot springs in the Rocky Mountains.

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