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Going for gold

Going for gold

Anyone in search of gold this summer should look no further than Canada's Yukon, the home of the famous Klondike Gold Rush.

All aboard for an historic anniversary in Ontario's 'cottage country'

Only two hours from the hustle and bustle of Ontario's capital Toronto, the Muskoka region of Ontario, has become a perfect place for visitors who wish to combine urban and outdoor experiences into one holiday.

Calgary Stampede Princess: How to lasso

In just under 100 days, the 100th Calgary Stampede is due to take place in Alberta, Canada. The 10 day event, starting on the 6th of July, will bring people together from all over the world. Not only does if feature includes rodeo, chuck wagon racing and a parade, it also gives you the chance to see the world’s finest lasso experts.

Foraging and cooking wild mushrooms in New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick in Canada has a proud culinary tradition. If they are not sucking on a succulent lobster from the Bay of Fundy, they are catching and cooking an Atlantic salmon from the Miramichi river.

Calgary Stampede and the Canadian Rockies Golf

Calgary Stampede and the Canadian Rockies Golf

Canadian Rockies Golf - a group of best-in-Canada courses and resorts located in central Alberta - have unveiled its 2012 signature golf packages, including a 144-hole, five-day golf extravaganza, or a relaxed golf-and-fly fishing or spa trip, beginning this May.

Look up - Big sky experiences in Alberta, Canada

Look up - Big sky experiences in Alberta, Canada

The big skies of Alberta offer a range of activities to be enjoyed - from star gazing in the World's Largest Dark Sky Preserve, Jasper National Park, to dancing Northern Lights in Alberta North and a plethora of heli-opportunities across the Province including heli-yoga.

The Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy is a 280 km long ocean bay located on the Atlantic (east) coast of North America, on the northeast end of the Gulf of Maine. It sits between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, with a small portion touching the U.S. state of Maine.

Ontario Parks, Canada ticks all the boxes on holidaymaker wish list

Beaches, culture, road trips, city trips and get-aways top holiday makers' wish lists according to a new online survey - and Ontario has them all.

How to create an Olympic Legacy - Whistler, Canada

On August 12th 2012, the curtain will fall on the London Summer Olympics. Much has been said about the legacy of the games and how it could benefit the city and its population, but only time will tell if this can be achieved.

Tailor Made launches 2012 programme of holidays to Canada & Alaska

Tailor Made Travel, the upmarket specialist operator, has unveiled its programme of holidays to Canada and Alaska for 2012 covering British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, the Maritimes, Yukon and the US state of Alaska.

15 new American adventures introduced for 2012

15 new American adventures introduced for 2012

With over 15 years of experience, Grand American Adventures’ new 2012/13 brochure features 49 itineraries and 15 new trips, taking travellers further off the beaten track than ever before.

Retracing the Klondike Gold Rush

Known for its wilderness landscapes, wildlife and striking natural phenomena, the Yukon in north-west Canada is larger than life. This is a land rich with dramatic mountain vistas, wild rivers and crystal clear lakes.

Oceania Cruises’ new winter collection

Oceania Cruises has launched its 2012/13 winter collection of worldwide cruises from September 2012 to May 2013 on board its four mid-sized luxury cruise ships, the 1250 guest new cruise ship `Marina’, her sister ship `Riviera’ (launching April 2012), and the two 650 guest ships `Regatta’ and `Nautica’.

Skiing in Canada - The Big 3

Banff National Park is home to three of the world’s finest ski resorts; Mt. Norquay, The Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village.

New world class, eco-chic airport, a sign of Winnipeg's tourism high

Canada's newest airport is also the greenest. The James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, located in the central Canada capital of Winnipeg, officially welcomed its first passengers into a big, beautiful and bright terminal at the end of October.