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Undiscovered Victoria city guide
Looking for somewhere new to explore?
Connect with Nova Scotia’s historic Mi’kmaq culture
Step (or paddle) back into a time of Canadian legend, lore and foundation. 
Feel the rhythm at Montréal’s International Jazz Festival
Become a hep cat at one of the world's greatest music festivals. 
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If you think you’re a foodie, it’s time to taste Vancouver Island
Lisa Perkovic heads to Vancouver Island and discovers how this once-sleepy region awoke to become the domain of small-scale producers that have let their taste buds run wild.
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Go from beach to brewery in BC hipster haven, Nelson
What do you get when a Canadian alpine sports hub develops a penchant for inner-city indulgences and bohemian flair? Nelson — the mini hipsterville in British Columbia’s breathtaking Kootenay Country. Writes Alissa Jenkins.
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More than beaches and peaches, Penticton has Millennial appeal
A laidback lifestyle combined with a bounty of local produce is putting retirement hub Penticton, British Columbia, in the sights of a younger market, finds Alissa Jenkins.
Plan Your West Coast Adventure
Plan your British Columbia journey with our downloadable map and itinerary
Savour the road less travelled from Canada's breathtaking west coast, through the towering fir forests and sprawling vineyards of British Columbia, across the border to Alberta's windswept prairies and pristine lakes. Our guide below will help you make it a road trip to remember.  Download and print our clickable map and itinerary here and read all our British Columbia and Alberta stories here.   DAY ONE VANCOUVER ISLAND, BC. Tip: Take a sea plane over to Victoria Harbour and set out on a discovery of small-scale producers and charming pine forests. DAY TWO VANCOUVER TO PENTICTON, BC. Tip: Before you begin your journey, spend a few days in Vancouver perusing the multitude of delights hidden within the city’s distinct neighbourhoods. DAY THREE PENTICTON TO OSOYOOS, BC. Tip: Enjoy a roadside snack at iconic ice cream parlour, Tickleberry’s. DAY FOUR OSOYOOS TO NELSON, BC. Tip: Hire an electric bike for assisted pedaling when cycling around Nelson’s stunning (but hilly) township. DAY FIVE NELSON TO AINSWORTH, BC. Tip: If visiting in August, visit nearby Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park to see the annual salmon spawning. DAY SIX AINSWORTH, BC, TO WATERTON, AB. Tip: Break up the drive by staying overnight in the picturesque ski mecca of Fernie, BC. DAY SEVEN WATERTON TO CALGARY, AB. Tip: Don’t miss one of Canada’s most underrated UNESCO sites, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. var axel = Math.random() + """"; var a = axel * 10000000000000; document.write('');
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Sail-yourself trip of the Canadian canals: your ultimate itinerary
Are you ready to set sail, on your terms?
Explore 400 years of history in Old Québec
Stroll back in time, treading the streets of a city that's more than 400 years old. 
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Man vs buffalo: A legacy of Alberta’s Plains People
What this gruesome UNESCO World Heritage Site lacks in international stardom, it makes up for in cultural, archeological and scientific intrigue, finds Alissa Jenkins.
Going with the floe on a Canadian polar sea adventure
Discover a whole new world near the polar north of Canada.
The Canadian comfort food you need to try at least once
Indulge in a little face-stuffing in Québec, sampling a local classic.