by Anita Stewart (Elora, ON) Fifteen years ago in 2003, our borders were closed to Canadian beef.  It may have been an economic disaster, but it was not a culinary one.  In response, The World’s Longest Barbecue was born: Canadians rallied, went to their grills, and barbecued Canadian beef to show their support. According, Read More

Whistler Blackcomb’s new peak suspension bridge – now formally named Cloudraker Skybridge – is open and ready to explore! Located at the top of Whistler Mountain, the bridge spans 130m from Whistler Peak to the West Ridge, crossing high above Whistler Bowl and offering unforgettable views. The West Ridge Lookout located at the end of the, Read More

Celebrate Healthy Parks, Healthy People with free day-use at all provincial parks on July 20. Research shows that spending time in nature is good for your physical, mental, and social well-being. Experience the health benefits of hiking and paddling, and take part in events. Free Admission to Ontario Parks on July 20 Take the 30×30 challenge during the month of August. Participants will reconnect with nature and, Read More

Southport Airport and Commercial Properties and KF Aerospace are partnering to host the Manitoba Airshow at Southport Airport on July 7-8, 2018. The event will feature aerial performances, static aircraft displays and ground-level entertainment that is suitable for all ages. WHAT’S NEW Read More On Friday March 16, the organizers of the Manitoba Airshow, Read More

Whistler, B.C. – The public will now have access to free WiFi in Whistler Village, thanks to a partnership between Tourism Whistler and the Resort Municipality of Whistler. The project will be implemented in stages over a two-year period, with the first install now live at Whistler Olympic Plaza. The addition of free WiFi in key, Read More

This summer, 116 Canadian youth are travelling abroad for human rights and environmental causes. Canadian non-profit, Operation Groundswell (OG), partners with over 50 different organizations around the world. OG has grown to 246 programs in 21 countries over the past decade. Hundreds of Canadian youth travel with OG every year! “Our goal is for young people to return home, Read More

Lighting up the CityThe Chinese Lantern Light Festival, with more than 50 giant displays, dozens of Chinese dancers, acrobats, artisans, food vendors and fireworks, will arrive in Winnipeg to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the sister city twinning between Winnipeg and Chengdu, China (August-October).  READ MORE Sweat It Out Get movin‘ through the city with a spin class, hot yoga, a walk, Read More

Toronto – This summer, a group of young Canadian leaders are set to embark on 31 different global expeditions to turn the voluntourism industry on its head. Facilitated by the non-profit organization Operation Groundswell (OG), these young Canadians are leading the movement towards ethical international volunteering and engagement. “Voluntourism is the fastest growing trend in, Read More

35 Minutes – Downtown Toronto To Muskoka Convenient, quick and stress-free: FLYGTA (https://www.flygta.com/) and the Muskoka Airport (https://www.muskokaairport.com/) are excited to announce the launch of regularly scheduled air taxi service from Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport to the Muskoka Airport as of June 15, 2018. “The Muskoka Airport Board feels this is a great opportunity for Muskoka’s, Read More

TORONTO, June 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — From Bourbon Street to Yonge Street, TD Toronto Jazz Festival, running from June 22 – July 1, kicks off with a celebration of gospel, soul and R&B on opening weekend with free performances throughout Yorkville that includes gospel queen CeCe Winans, the energetic No BS! Brass Band, saxophonist Jake Clemons, the, Read More