Sherbrooke, January 29th, 2015 – With Spring Break arriving soon, Eastern Townships Tourism and its partners are pleased to announce the return of Ski dans l’Est, a ski program that includes a « passport » for $25. This new promotion gives passport holders a 25% discount on lift tickets at the four major ski centres, Read More

  Hamilton, Ontario: The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum is pleased to announce REUNION OF GIANTS – The Official Lancaster UK Tour Trailer coming summer 2015! It has been 50 years since two Avro Lancaster bombers flew side by side. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Avro Lancaster, VeRA, flew from Hamilton, Ontario to meet her, Read More

  Whistler, B.C. – Whistler is only a couple days away from hosting the 23rd annual Whistler Pride and Ski Festival, celebrating diversity and welcoming the world.This year’s rebranded event, under the new name of Whistler Pride and Ski Festival, is one of the biggest gay and lesbian ski weeks in North America featuring eight, Read More

February is a popular month to visit Ontario Parks. Six provincial parks plan Family Day events and affordable Valentine getaways in roofed accommodation at many parks are a big draw. Valentine’s Day and Family Day are on the same holiday weekend this year, February 13-16. While holiday weekend accommodation is already booked, mid-week dates, Read More

There is nothing quite like experiencing the beauty of spring weeks before nature intended it to arrive! Each year we provide that opportunity for visitors as Butchart brings spring indoors in their signature Spring Prelude indoor garden. Staff spend months planning, growing and forcing plants into bloom to form an incredible indoor garden experience. They like, Read More

  NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. — A month-long celebration of a uniquely Canadian drink is coming to Niagara Falls in late January. The Niagara Icewine Festival, slated to take over Niagara Falls from January 23 to 25, 2015, celebrates the world-renowned icewine that has put Canada on the international wine radar. Taking place both indoors and outdoors at, Read More

  Winnipeg – December 17, 2014 – Rarely loaned documents from some of the most pivotal moments in Canada’s human rights history are on display for a limited time at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR), the result of ongoing collaboration with Library and Archives Canada (LAC). “These documents are among the most important, Read More

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Quebec City, December, 2014 – This year, the Hôtel de Glace is celebrating its 15th anniversary! From January 5 to March 22, the public is invited to rediscover this classic winter attraction, the only one of its kind in America. Every winter, dozens of artisans have redesigned and built this impressive hotel entirely from snow, Read More

MONTREAL, Canada – Toronto global hub international expansion continues with new route to the Middle East. Air Canada today said that it will launch non-stop service between Toronto and Dubai beginning in November 2015. The new route will extend the airline’s international network farther into the Middle East at a time of increased travel, Read More

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Winnipeg – December 5, 2014 – The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) will hold its Annual Public Meeting (APM) next Wednesday, December 10, on International Human Rights Day. The meeting will be held in Bonnie & John Buhler Hall – the welcoming space beyond the main entrance – starting at 10:30 a.m. All, Read More