Below you will find
articles, links, and other information for each destination we have
visited in this special feature, as well as upcoming shows.
Listen to the audio reports that complement the Destination Canada
online print material. To do this you
will need MP3 audio software. With a high speed connection, these
files take about 20-30 seconds to load.
In addition, at the
end of this page you can access links to sites that will give you
general information about Canada.
Destination Canada features
and Wonderful Golf in Manitoba, by Elle Andra-Warner
Light and Enlightenment on the Canadian Prairie, by Bob Fisher
Inns of Nova Scotia: Whiskey, Tall ships, Holy Grail, Unsolved Mysteries,
Marching Lobsters, and Singing Chefs, by Elle Andra-Warner
Scotia: Soothing the Soul, by Elle Andra-Warner
Edward Island's Fine Artisans: Celebrating The International Year
of Crafts, by Sandra Phinney
Winter in Québec: the heart-warming season, by Bob Fisher,
Karin Leperi, and Peter Flaherty
in Love Again — With Train Travel, by Sandra Phinney
and Bill Neely's Real Travel Adventures Across Canada
Off the Beaten Track, by Sandra Phinney
Colors of Fall in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, by Colleen Fliedner
in Northwestern Ontario: the Perfect Life, by Elle Andra-Warner
Call It Rappie Pie: A Culinary Introduction to the Acadian Communities
of Southwest Nova Scotia, by Sandra Phinney
Ontario: Canada's Steeltown — an Inner Beauty Behind a Gritty
Exterior, by Hans Tammemagi
Botanical Garden, by Carol Matthews
A one-hour special:
Bliss in the Canadian Rockies, by Hans Tammemagi
Hill: The Heart and Soul of Canada, by Hans Tammemagi
Bound With Mike Fisher
in Snow — Sleeping on Ice: Québec’s Ice Hotel,
by Karin Leperi
Learning from the Landscape, by Bob Fisher
Scotia's Eastern Shore: When You Want to Get Away From It All, by
As travelers search for great getaways
“far from the madding crowd, ” Nova Scotia is a destination
of choice for many. A native Nova Scotian, Carol is Talking Travel's
resident resource in the province.
A Cajun an Acadian? by Peter Flaherty
Gulf Islands: A British Columbia Archipelago Surrounded By Water
— and Envy, by Hans Tammemagi
Birds and Belugas on the Edge of the Arctic, by Hans Tammemagi
A Cross Canada Odyssey by Hans Tammemagi In
this report, our Destination Worldview journalist Hans Tammemagi
explores some key sites in Canada as he and his wife move from their
home in Ontario to their new home in British Columbia's beautiful
Plan Your Travels Around Gardening, by Carol Matthews In
this report, Carol focusses on special garden destinations in the
Atlantic Canada provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and
Prince Edward Island.
Muskoka: Cottage Country Canadian-style.
listen here for an interview with Allan Cook, Manager of Muskoka
- and an
with Terry Dyni, Deerhurst Resort, Muskoka.
Vancouver Island: Insula Pacifica Gloriosa
Niagara: Arts, Culture, History and A World Wonder
The Spirits of Halifax: Memories That Materialize
and Beyond in Northern Alberta
The Canadian B&B: an Artful Blend of Canadiana, Style, and the
Grace, Dignity and a Delightful State of Affairs
Rouge: Concept and Contiguity
the Canine Trail Guide
Mexican Mennonites, Canadian Connections
boutique, Québec Chic
Scotia: Heartland of Canadian History
Legacy of Port Royal
of the Bogs at the Canadian Museum of Civilization
the Bear (Bearskin Airlines)
Wandering at Will in Québecs Eastern Townships
Châteaux in Canada: the Great Railway Hotels
Toronto the Urbane: Arts, Culture, Gastronomy and A Good Time For
Nova Scotia and the 400th Celebration of the First Permanent European
Settlement in the "New World"
Montréal: Francophone Festival City and Paris of North America
Alberta: An Accessible, Genuine, and Traveller-friendly Wilderness
Quebec City: Cradle of the French Regime in North America
Newfoundland: Where Hospitality, History, and Toe Tapping Good Times
Are In the Blood
(Interview with Councillor Dennis O'Keefe, St. Johns, Newfoundland
“Get Going Canada” is an excellent,
interactive website of 15 of the most spectacular drives in Canada.
Detailed itineraries and other travel information are included on
this website by clicking here.
features “in the works”
The Magnificent Albertan Circle Route
The Modern Museum, Canadian-style
Manitoba: Gateway to the Canadian West
Canadian Art Galleries: Where Vision Is
This Government of Canada website is a key "entry point"
for anything you want to know about Canada.
Grand Theatre of Canadian History
This article I wrote recently gives a good overview of why Canada
is a a highly significant and meaningful destination (accessible,
affordable, diverse, beautiful, safe and secure, and easy to plan).
Atlas of Canada
For maps and related information to Canada this
is a great resource.
This online encyclopedia is the definitive
source for all things Canadian, be it geographical, cultural, political,
or whatever. It is also the most reliable source for the facts. Developed
originally by a major publisher and many well-known experts (and funded
by a Canadian philanthropist), the Canadian Encyclopedia is now online,
updated regularly, and free to use.
Canadian Tourism Commission
This is Canada's number one federal government
department whose mandate it is to stimulate and support travel and
tourism business. There is a general user-friendly map of Canada on
6. Provincial and Territorial
Tourist Bureaus/Convention and Visitors Bureaus
Canada has 10 provinces and three territories.
Below you will find links for each:
and Labrador; Nova Scotia;
Prince Edward Island;
New Brunswick; Québec;
Columbia; Yukon; Northwest
Travel Industry Association of Canada
As the name suggests, this is the Canadian
national organization of the travel and tourism industry.
information? I may be able to help. Email
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