Starting with the United States, Canada, and Mexico, Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey has heeded reader suggestions and compiled some real stunners. St. John’s in Newfoundland and Labrador, Key West in Florida, Izamal in Mexico — these colorful North American cities (and more) will cheer up any traveler.
Category Archives: Canada
Despite being the world’s second-largest country, how many of these Canadian natural wonders are you aware of?
From Dave Bouskill and Debra Corbeil’s several visits to the East Coast, they have compiled the ultimate list of things to do in Nova Scotia, Canada to help you plan your trip.
A Multi-Use Infill Bridges the Gap Between Tradition and Modernity; Elena Senechal-Becker; Azure Magazine
Canadian firm MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple reinvigorates a narrow lot in historic Lunenburg.
Rideau Canal Skateway is a Canadian winter tradition…
Whether you’re like Bambi on ice or Torvill and Dean, come winter you can skate across these incredible natural ice rinks…
What the Mikisew Cree First Nation chief wants to see happen in Wood Buffalo National Park; CBC/Radio-Canada
The Canadian government is promising almost $60 million over three years to deal with environmental threats in Wood Buffalo National Park. This adds to $27.5 million dollars that were previously announced. Indigenous groups and UNESCO have voiced concerns about hydro and oilsands development and the the effects of climate change.
‘We’re just frustrated’: Missed UNESCO deadline a setback for national park, advocates say; Anna Desmarais; CBC News
Climate change is now the No. 1 threat to World Heritage sites, report finds; Isabella O’Malley; Weather Network
World heritage sites are considered to be the most significant protected areas on Earth, but climate change is having increasingly severe impacts on these natural areas.
There is so much to see and do in Quebec City during every season. Here are the winter highlights.
Discovering Acadian culture in Nova Scotia, Canada at the village of Grand Pre and other historic sites…
A 100-plus mile canal festooned in fall glory is the perfect cruise for those who adore foliage.
The Canadian Badlands of Alberta cover a huge part of the province. Enjoy diverse landscapes with badlands scenery on one of these 9 hikes.
The Burgess Shale hike in Yoho National Park has been on Leigh McAdam radar for years. Most of the appeal – before she actually did it, was the fact that the Walcott Quarry where the Burgess Shale fossils are located, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and she loves checking out UNESCO sites.