Photo story: following the wooded waterways of New Brunswick, Canada

Set in the north of New Brunswick, Restigouche County is named for the mighty river that runs through it — a journey that begins in the Appalachian Mountains and ends at the Atlantic coast. Life in this bucolic region is shaped by the river’s meandering path: anglers and canoeists are drawn to the Restigouche’s crystal waters, while the forests that tumble down to its banks are a playground for campers and birders, and home to the curious pastime of moose calling.
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Captivating Canada: Top five road trips

The world’s second-largest country by area, Canada stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean. This is a land that lends itself perfectly to road trips. Here are five of the best:

The final frontier: skiing Canada's last wilderness

Stewart in Canada’s British Columbia is one of the most remote ski areas in the world. You won’t find any five star hotels here, but this is a new kind of luxury, where you can glide across fresh snow for miles without ever crossing another skier’s tracks.
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Discovering Canada through expert eyes

Planning a trip to Canada? VIVID Travel Designer and Canada expert Sarah shares her favourite spots in the country.

Family travel wishlist 2019: Action-packed Patagonia

With out-of-this-world landscapes and faraway fauna, nowhere packs a punch like Patagonia for the ultimate family adventure.

Canada: Come in from the wild

Off-radar and crammed with opportunities for adventure, Quebec's Outaouais and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions are a world away from Montreal. Even taking a short road trip feels like crossing a new frontier

Canadian canals: A family afloat

Ottawa's Rideau waterway is a hallowed holiday playground for Canadians but with the recent arrival of European operator Le Boat, its canals and vast lakes offer a new frontier for British families seeking an adventurous holiday afloat