South Georgian Bay, Where The Living Is Easy
Less than two hours from Toronto, you can experience music festivals, farmers’ markets, beer tastings, hiking, golfing, swimming, skiing – and even Elvis sightings.
Travelling Solo Has Never Been Easier
We love to share our passion for travel and take you on unforgettable journeys. Whether it’s the new friends you make or the places you visit, we know a Just You tour leaves a lasting impression.
Niagara, The Lifestyle Boost You’ve Been Looking For
Located on the southern end of the Golden Horseshoe, Niagara Region encompasses the cities of St. Catharines, Thorold and Welland, as well as the charming towns of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Grimsby and Fort Erie.
Panama, Luxurious Vacation Destination
Famous for its canal and skyscraper-filled capital city, Panama is becoming increasingly popular for those travellers who are looking for reliable tropical weather, white sandy beaches and mountainous rainforests.
Churchill, Manitoba More Than The Land Of The Polar Bears
Located on the west shore of Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba is known as the polar bear capitol of the world. It is here that approximately 1,000 of the world's largest land predators make their annual migration.
Prince Edward County An Island Escape Just East Of Toronto
Prince Edward County (PEC) is known as that special gem that sparkles with art, food, wine and beaches on Lake Ontario’s northeastern shore. Enterprising people, with creative sensibilities, have turned the County into a wonderful destination in which to live, and to visit.
The Natural Wonders Of Collingwood
Incorporated as a town in 1858, Collingwood became a shipping hub for products that were destined for the upper Great Lakes ports of Chicago and Thunder Bay.
Hokkaido – Japan’s Northern Delight
While others may curse winter, it’s actually looked upon as a gift in Sapporo and the other fabulous ski regions of Hokkaido. READ MORE
Scottsdale, Ariz. The Ultimate Desert Destination
Old Town Scottsdale is known as the west’s most western town and an ultimate desert destination.
Video – A Journey Through Indigenous Art In Canada
An inspiring photo assignment led National Geographic photographer Adam Ferguson from Montreal to Northern Québec, Canada, and into the creative heart of a welcoming community of Cree people, to capture how Indigenous artists reveal and sustain their culture.