Sandwiched between North Dakota and Nunavut, Manitoba has never been the busiest chunk of tourism real estate in North America. To independent travellers, this is a good thing: Canada's undiscovered province offers uncrowded beaches, innumerable lakes and unlikely cultural attractions, ... Read more
As a guide to the more than 250 bookstores in the Toronto area, A Guide to the Bookstores of Toronto provides individual listings detailing location, contact information, store size, special services, and a brief description of each bookstore based on an actual visit by the ... Read more
Along the Shore examines the Toronto waterfront, past and present, through the lens of four lakefront communities and districts — the Scarborough shore (including the Bluffs), the Beach, the Island, and the Lakeshore (New Toronto, Mimico, Humber Bay, and Long Branch). Each ... Read more
By Monica Kidd
In the early twentieth century, Andrew Zak proposes to Rosalia Patala in a letter. New to North America from Slovakia, Rosalia boards a train from New York to Crowsnest Pass, AB, where she marries a man she knows only through the written word. They bear and lose their first ... Read more
See the beauty that Canada has to offer. Walking and hiking is a big Canadian pastime for people wanting exercise and fresh air.
Here, at last, is the essential companion to the eastern part of Canada's national trail. Profiling 30 separate sections, crossing 6 provinces, and ... Read more
What is the longest, most exciting hiking and cycling trail in the world? It can only be The Great Trail. Spanning the entirety of Canada, from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic Oceans, this improbable route covers 24,000 kilometres.
The Best of The Great Trail is the ... Read more
Over highways and byways and converted railway roadbeds, Biking to Blissville gives maps and precise directions for about forty bicycle rides through the most scenic areas of Maritime Canada. Most of the trips are loops. Each leads from a country inn, motel, or campground through ... Read more
By Rick Ranson
Rick Ranson has collected stories from all over North America, from the DEW Line and the drill ships of Working North to the raging waters of the Mississippi in Paddling South. Now, join this engaging raconteur as he ventures to one of Canada's most talked-about locations: ... Read more
Whether you need a spectacular venue to fete a big event or you just don`t want to do the dishes, Capital Dining has a suggestion for you. From celebrated to underrated, haute cuisine to come-as-you-are, this guide is an up-to-date compilation of over 100 reviews of some of the ... Read more
Edited by Leigh Nash
Photographs by Natalie Wollenberg
Equal parts memoir, cookbook, and love letter, County Heirlooms collects stories and recipes from chefs, farmers, and other food producers who are making their mark in Prince Edward County. Each contributor offers a glimpse into what fuels their love for food, and what keeps ... Read more