There is an old saying that the only way to truly learn a language is to speak it. This… more>>
Canada is the world’s second largest country and while much of it is wild and remote, this is in fact one of its greatest draws for travelers. The combination of stunning natural beauty on land, sea, rivers, glaciers and islands is wonderfully matched by its metropolitan cities and charming towns.
When I moved into student housing during my first week of University back in 2013, it was the first time I had set foot in Toronto. Over the years, I had flown through Pearson International Airport, staring off into what I now know is Mississauga. As a full-time student with a perpetual need to explore, …
Scenic and Panoramic don’t even come close to describing the immense natural beauty and wholesome wildness that is Banff National Park. Designated as Canada’s first national park in 1885, this stretch of the Canadian rockies is also a UNESCO world heritage site and attracts over 4 million guests annually. The park encompasses over 2,500 sq. …