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In Québec, an island of local food

With its farmhouses and fertile soil, the Île d’Orléans, a 15 minute drive from Quebec City, is quickly becoming the epicentre of the region’s agritourism movement.
Read more… 07 June 2012

Québec City’s hottest restaurants

Escape the tourist crowds of Old Québec and follow locals to the most authentic eating experiences in the city.
Read more… 04 June 2012

Cruise ports of call: The North Atlantic coast for foodies

A gourmand’s itinerary that includes Halifax beer, Montreal poutine, a Quebec sugar shack and a Bar Harbor, Maine lobster crawl.
Read more… 04 January 2012

Canada’s wine scene is taking root

British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is benefiting from the warmer temperatures that threaten other wine regions and is producing bottles that rival the big guys.
Read more… 14 November 2011

Montreal’s own recipe

From Quebecois comfort food to bagels and seal meat, the city is at a culinary crossroads.
Read more… 30 June 2011


Drinking in Vancouver’s historic Gastown district

Gastown’s once-dodgy bar scene – where cheap beer was served with fist-fights – is now the city’s best, with more than a dozen watering holes.
Read more… 26 April 2011

Vancouver: Land of the lotus-eaters

Vancouverites sail or kayak, barbecue on the beach, hit nearby north shore hiking trails, listen to buskers on waterfront terraces or simply watch the sun slip quietly into the sea.
Read more… 03 August 2010

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