Articles by Destination


BY : Word Travels | 2012



The Hazelton Hotel's Newest Amenity: The Art Concierge

BY : James Rothaar | 2012

The Hazelton Hotel, a luxury boutique hotel in Toronto, announced that its newest amenity would be available to guests and the general public. The hotel has named Ms. Sam Mogelonsky as the art concierge of hotel. She holds a BFAH from Queen's...

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Is $450 Pizza the Most Expensive in the World?

BY : Carly Zinderman | 2012

Extremely pricey comfort food often comes from a top chef or big name restaurant. But in this case, what is possibly the most expensive pizza in the world comes courtesy of a little known Canadian pizza joint, Steveston Pizza Co. At first glance,...

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The Fairmont Waterfront Shows Guests the Best View of Vancouver

BY : Carly Zinderman | 2012

When visiting Vancouver, no luxury hotel is better situated than The Fairmont Waterfront hotel, Vancouver. Nearby is the Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, beautiful Stanley Park, historic Gastown as well as plenty of shops and some of the best...


VIA Rail Lets You Discover the Beauty of Canada by Train

BY : Lena Katz | 2012

If you ever dreamed of a long-distance rail journey through forests and along lake shores, stopping at picturesque little towns, then repairing to your cabin to watch the scenery go by, here's a tip from friends over the border: That experience...


Artist Lisabel Filiatrault Blends Science & Art To Create Bold Works

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

Artist Lisabel Filiatrault was born in Quebec, but has made a big impression in the international art community with her innovative techniques and resources. In her artist statement, it says, "Lisabel invented a unique technique which, to this day,...

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“Polar Bears Out My Window” | Churchill, Manitoba Canada

BY : Sharon Spence Lieb | 2012

Churchill, in Manitoba Canada, is known as “The Polar Bear Capital of the World.” On my flight aboard Calm Air, I relax with the onboard magazine, “Up Here.” One story grabs my attention: “Polar bears are the largest, strongest, and most...


Ice Hotel and Quebec Winter Carnival | Bucket List Thrills in Canada

BY : Karin Leperi | 2012

Whether we admit it or not, we all have them — bucket list items we'd like to check off and experience before we depart ways with mother Earth. Admittedly, one of mine is to embrace winter in a way that celebrates snow and ice and...


Quebec's Gourmet Foodie Delights

BY : Lena Katz | 2012

International travelers sometimes refer to Canada as "one giant Whole Foods." If that's the case, then Quebec is the deli section: chock-full of game meats, stinky cheeses, sweet maple pastries and ice wine. Of fast foods, it has many - poutine...

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Quartz Crystal Spa to Open January 31 at the New Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2011

Inspired by old world European quartz baths, the essence of this healing mineral is the foundation for signature quartz treatments at Quartz Crystal Spa™, which will open at the new Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto on January 31st, 2012....

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Niagara-on-the-Lake | A Little Ice Wine With Everything

BY : Melanie Votaw | 2011

Niagara-on-the-Lake in Ontario, Canada (just over the border from New York State) is well-known for ice wines, and the village takes full advantage of this notoriety. The main drag, Queen Street, is graced with signs for "ice wine fudge," "ice wine...


The Private Residences at Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2011

The historic Hotel Georgia in Vancouver, British Columbia has been a luxurious destination since it first opened in 1927, playing host to the likes of Elvis Presley, The Beatles and the Queen of England. This year it entered a new chapter in...

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