Ontario is the most populous province in Canada, with a population of more than 14 million people. While thousands of visitors explore large cities such as Toronto and Ottawa and travel to famous attractions such as Niagara Falls, the province also offers an incredible variety of places to see and activities to do that are off the beaten path. When you want to explore the places tourists rarely visit, check out a few of the following attractions in Ontario.
Southern British Columbia is packed with things to do. The landscape alone makes for a great road trip. There’s the natural beauty with oceans, mountains, and forests juxtaposed with buzzing city life. If you’re keen to venture off the beaten track and experience Southern BC as a local rather than a tourist, here are few must-sees to add to your itinerary.
Planning a family vacation can be exciting. You are excited to take off work and spend some quality time with the kids while creating the memories that will stay with them for a lifetime. But if you are on a strict budget, it may seem a little challenging. The good news is, no matter what your budget, you can find many affordable vacation destinations in British Columbia.
As the most populous province in Canada, Ontario is home to various attractions for travellers with a variety of budgets. If you’re looking for a fun getaway, but you want to stay within your travel budget, consider planning a trip to one of the following affordable vacation destinations in Ontario.
Long summer days mean plenty of warm sunshine and tempting sugary snacks. While you might want to reach for those sweet treats to help you and your family cool down, it’s important to remember that all that extra sugar increases the chances of tooth decay. So protect everyone’s teeth this summer by opting for better alternatives to bad summer snacks.
On July 1, Canadians across the country will put on their best red and white clothes and head out for a fun day of eating Canadian food, enjoying classic Canadian festivities, and celebrating Canada Day. If you’ve wondered how Canada Day originated and how people across the country celebrate it, read more below to discover everything you need to know about Canada Day celebrations.
Father’s Day is quickly approaching, and many of us are looking for that gift that will let our fathers know how much we appreciate them. While Father’s Day is a holiday with which almost everyone is familiar, few people know the interesting history behind this annual holiday.
Learning more about the history of Father’s Day can help you more fully enjoy this celebration and understand why it’s such a cherished holiday.
Whether you just can’t seem to get your children to follow a healthy brushing routine or you’re constantly running out of supplies, raising kids to have good oral habits can feel like an uphill battle. But, you can make life easier by developing and sticking to a dental schedule for your children and learning the most effective ways to teach good dental behavior. Try these parenting hacks to teach your kids how to care for their teeth and why it’s so important.
Mother’s Day usually means flower bouquets, heartfelt cards, family brunches, and long-distance phone calls. It is a day where we shower our mothers with love and honour to show them just how important they are to us.
But did you know that Mother’s Day has a rich and somewhat unusual past? We have delved into days gone by to bring you the history of this day, controversies and all.
Spring Has Sprung!
It’s getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and the scent of cherry blossoms and freshly cut grass fill the air. As we start to shed our winter blues along with our winter coats, we realize – spring is here! And with spring comes the Easter long weekend.
Not sure what to do with your time off? Looking for some Easter themed fun but don’t know where to go? Not to worry, we have come up with a list of some of the best, most diverse, and family-friendly fun for you and yours to enjoy on any budget.
Here are some Easter events happening this weekend around the Lower Mainland to help you hop right into spring.