WATERLOO, Ont. — The Ontario Provincial Road Racing Championships are coming to Waterloo Region in June, highlighting the fantastic cycling opportunities across the region. Whether a competitive cyclist or just out for an enjoyable trek through pastoral countryside, the cycling in Waterloo runs the gamut from urban streetscapes to quaint villages, meandering rivers to forested, Read More

Winnipeg – May 16, 2018 – The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is getting set to welcome summer visitors and tourists from across Canada and around the world. CMHR/Aaron Cohen Starting Monday, May 21, the Museum will be open seven days a week until after Labour Day. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Read More

New Beginnings is based on actual interviews with New Canadians in Winnipeg, combining stories, music, movement and humour and performed by a large, diverse cast. It explores the often conflicting situations and emotions that accompany the transition to a new land with inclusion of perspectives of Indigenous people towards the arrival of those from other, Read More

125 years of camping at Ontario Parks, and Ontario Parks’ 125th anniversary celebrations have begun. With an amazing year of festivals and events ahead, there is no better time to plan a camping trip. Ontario Parks’ offers a variety of camping experiences, from rustic campsites to fully equipped cottages.  Here are five quick and easy tips for booking: Celebrate Ontario, Read More

You can now take a big leap with this awe-inspiring and exhilarating zipline tour that guarantees to take you to new heights! Presence of guides at all times Located in the pedestrian village at the base of the mountain Ride to Mont Tremblant summit aboard the panoramic gondola 4 km of thrills along 5, Read More

Whistler, B.C. – Get the bike tuned up and ready to hit the trails, Whistler is your mountain biking destination for a summer filled with adventures. Challenge yourself in the ultimate gravity-fed downhill biking experience in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park or venture through the extensive network of cross-country trails. Home to a variety, Read More

Calling all road-trippers, history buffs and lovers of the outdoors: start planning your Parks Canada adventure, 450 000 km² of memories await! First there was Snapchat Stories, then Instagram Stories, and NOW there’s #ParksStories! Follow our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts to see the theme of the week and share YOUR #ParksStories for a chance to be featured on all our social media platforms., Read More

TORONTO, May 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — From legendary artists to rising stars, the lineup for the TD Toronto Jazz Festival, running from June 22 – July 1, 2018, includes names that will resonate with jazz lovers and music fans of all ages. Featured this year are: jazz master Herbie Hancock, Seal, Cécile McLorin Salvant, banjo master Bela Fleck &The Flecktones, Gregory Porter,, Read More

Indigenous Ottawa: New! Aboriginal Experiences, located on Victoria Island in the Ottawa River between downtown Ottawa and downtown Gatineau, reopens to the public between July and October 2018 after operating for several years as a group-only attraction. Learn about Indigenous cultures from across North America, enjoy dance performances, eat traditional foods, and make crafts,, Read More

TORONTO (March 28, 2018) – Embrace and celebrate neurodiversity at the Ontario Science Centre on Sensory-friendly Saturdays! Working in close collaboration with Geneva Centre for Autism, the Science Centre developed family-friendly programs — including an open-format planetarium experience, current research and accessible technology — to enhance accessibility for those affected with sensory processing difficulties and neurodevelopmental disorders. Sensory-friendly Saturdays, Read More