The “Bear Of Very Little Brain” Gets An Ontario Museum Exhibit This Spring

Oh Bother! This immersive Winnie-the-Pooh exhibit will only run at Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum March through August 2020. Let your inner child out to play while learning about everyone’s favourite pot-bellied, honey-loving fictional bear. Starting March 7, the Royal Ontario Museum is hosting the only Canadian stop of an international touring exhibition focused on A.A.…

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8 Vegan-Friendly Sugar Shacks For Sap-Tapping Season In Quebec

At this time, only two are strictly all-vegetarian but most have several completely plant-based options. Now that spring is just around the corner, it is sugar bushing time again. With their heavy and homey tourtiรจres and cretons, pancakes dripping in maple syrup and elaborate brunch spreads that leave you unbuckling your belts by noon, “cabane…

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Fogo Island Inn Is What Happens When A Luxury Hotel Prioritizes Sustainability and Community

One of the most remote luxury inns in the world, Fogo Island Inn, was created by a tech entrepreneur to help preserve one of Canada’s older rural cultures. A spectacular glass haven built on stilts, Fogo Island Inn overlooks a salty, rocky and windswept subarctic landscape on its namesake remote Canadian island. The hotel is…

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One Of The Clearest Lakes In The World Was Made By A Meteorite 1.4 Million Years Ago

Pingualuit Crater and its pristine lake in Northern Quebec’s Ungava Peninsula is nearly a perfect circle. During a 1950 expedition, a Globe and Mail news correspondent called it the eighth wonder of the world. But for the native Inuit in the Northern Quebec or Nunavik region, it was traditionally known as “the Crystal Eye of…

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Where Do Poutines Come From?

A brief compendium of potatoes, gravy and cheese curds. These days you can find poutine at some of the finest restaurants all over the world. Even though it has been a significant francophone and Quebecois cultural dish since the late 1950s, finding the simple fast food dish outside of Canada or even the province of…

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Coffees And Kitties And Books, Oh My!

A Halifax-region used book shop lets clients play with and adopt rescued kittens. In Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia there is a one-stop shop for all the world’s most finest things. Coffee. Books. Community. And, most importantly, cats. At Otis & Clementine’s Books And Coffee visitors can find more than just thrifty literature and locally-roasted, organic…

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Toronto Van Gogh Exhibit Pivots To Become A Drive-In Art Show

The multimedia art exhibit originally scheduled to open May 1 is adapting to meet the physical distancing and health guidelines with its Gogh by Car screening. A large-scale digital art exhibit featuring the work of Vincent Van Gogh announced it will open in Toronto next month. But don’t walk there – visitors will have to…

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This New Quebec Spa “City” Aims To Be the Disney World Of Wellness

Fรถrena Thermal City, a massive Nordic-inspired spa complex, opened doors Jan. 31 at the edge of the woods in Quebec’s Mont Saint-Bruno. Measuring 600, 000 square feet, the spa is about 10 and a half times larger than a football field – hence the “city” element in the name. It is intended to be something…

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Walk Or Drive Across The Ocean Floor To Get To This Island

It is a street that disappears and reappears each day. Just don’t park or stop on the road for too long. In fact, Bar Road technically isn’t even a street – it is a gravel bar along the ocean floor. At low tide, Bar Road is the only pathway to access Ministers Island in the…

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10 Wild Snacks For Tundra Hikers In Nunavut

In Nunavut, the growing season for its native flora is so short that even the tallest plants will rarely have enough time and sun to get taller than a foot. For this reason, the leaves, flowers and berries of Nunavut stay quite miniature and lay low to the tundra ground. This is pretty fine though…

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