Winnipeg – March 19, 2015 – An innovative mobile app for visitors has been launched by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR), including a self-guided audio tour and accessibility features unparalleled by any museum in the world.   Using Bluetooth iBeacons, the app communicates with more than 120 Universal Access Points located throughout the, Read More

Hilton Hotels & Resorts Expands Footprint in Canada with the Opening of Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale MISSISSAUGA, Ont. and McLEAN, Va.  – March 17, 2015 – Hilton Hotels & Resorts today announced the reflagging and reopening of the former Delta Meadowvale Hotel and Conference Centre® in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada as the Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale.  The hotel was recently acquired, Read More

You know it’s spring in Ontario Parks when…   … you see moose. 
Moose are salt-depleted by the end of winter. Early spring runoff and salt from winter highway maintenance form mineral pools in roadside ditches which moose love to feed in. One of the best parks to spy moose in early spring is, Read More

  TORONTO – All types of cyclists can now easily find an array of Ontario-wide summer ride ideas, inspiration and detailed travel information in the newly released 2015 Cycling in Ontario / Le vélo en Ontario guide. Available for free, this 24 page colourful annual publication keeps getting bigger, better and more sought after, Read More

  ATLANTIC CANADA, February 23, 2015 – Atlantic Canada has enough outdoor activities and soft adventures options to keep adrenaline–seeking travelers happy for weeks.  Many of those are related to the sea that surrounds almost all four of the provinces. And this year, Americans will find Atlantic Canada more attractive, as the U.S. dollar, Read More

TORONTO (February, 2015) – This March Break families travelling to Toronto will stay intrigued and entertained with special exhibits, live theatre, sporting events and family-friendly attractions all week long from March 14-22, 2015. Soar high above the city at the CN Tower, get creative at ComiCon or stir up something sweet at Le Dolci’s baking, Read More

While spring promises the bloom of a new season, it also marks festive celebrations throughout the province’s ski resorts, with a mix of gatherings that are nail-biting crowd-pleasers, time-honoured traditions and everything in between. Enthusiasts can kick things off at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort near Golden, where cowboy boots — or at least the, Read More

Did you know Ontario Parks is now taking campsite reservations for summer 2015? The provincial park agency has a five month advance booking window. This means that anyone planning to camp in late June, for example, can book their campsite now. During the busy five month advance reservation period, Ontario Parks processes about 102,000, Read More

Saskatchewan has been enjoying some unseasonably warm weather this winter, so if you are searching for a snowbound getaway, head north. Our travel bloggers found the perfect winter escape destination during their last road trip. Meadow Lake Provincial Park is an outdoor adventure mecca. The park offers activities like ice fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating, Read More

Folks! Toronto is my home town, and I’m always proud of all the amazing things to do, even in the dead of winter! Here’s a list to have on hand in February: TORONTO (January 30, 2015) – The timing is perfect as Valentine’s Day and Family Day weekend collide this year from Friday, February, Read More