Travel Geeks online: adventures in the Yukon wilderness — 7 September 2021

Join us this September to hear from a panel of experts who’ll be discussing the outstanding outdoor adventures on offer in the northern Canadian territory of the Yukon.

Into the wild in Haida Gwaii, Canada's 'Galápagos of the North'

Kayaking through Haida Gwaii, a string of weather-pummelled Pacific islands cast adrift from the western coast of British Columbia, reveals biodiversity on a giant Canadian scale.

Why Nova Scotia is currently Canada's most exciting province

There are plenty of new reasons to head to Nova Scotia — from experiencing wild, outdoor adventures to lavishing in five-star luxury.

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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