Enjoying the Seafood Diet on Iles de la Madeleine

At the start of the summer I had the pleasure to go to a collection of islands in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and I blogged about it here. In August, my story on the Iles de la Madeleine ran … Continue reading

10 Common Turtle Myths

This is a little outside my usual travel related postings, but I love animals and these turtle tips are really important. Just wanted to share some tips from American Tortoise Rescue. Myth 1: Turtles are easy to care for – … Continue reading

Grand River “Champion of Champions” PowWow

I love a pow wow and the Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow is one of the best. Held the fourth weekend of July outside of Brantford, Ont., at the Chiefswood Tent & Trailer Park on Six Nations land, … Continue reading

Serene Beauty of the Aga Khan Museum

One of the most beautiful museums in Toronto is the Aga Khan Museum, which opened in 2014. It’s a place I had longed to go and finally I did a few weeks ago. I was not sure exactly who the … Continue reading

PEI: Lobsters, Lighthouses and Anne!

I was thrilled to be in PEI this summer, dipping my toes in all the adventures the bright red mud had to offer. One of the hotels I stayed at, Rodd Charlottetown. Full of charm and history. It was early … Continue reading

Where’d You Get Those Peepers?

I don’t know about you, but I have a tough time finding sunglasses I like. Either they don’t fit properly or don’t work with my shape of my face. When I do find a pair, they usually are way out … Continue reading

USA Business/Convention Travel Forecast

This sobering article about the next few years of USA business/convention travel from Convene magazine certainly is food for thought. There will be a serious impact on the industry.

Canada’s Best Restroom Contest

I just got this press release in and had to share it. Go Bayview Shopping Centre! Five Finalists Have Been Chosen for the 2017 Cintas Canada’s Best Restroom Contest The public can vote for their favourite washroom now through Sept. … Continue reading

Iles de la Madeleine, Lobster Capital of Quebec

I can now tick off a place on my bucket list! Shaped like a fish hook, the Iles de la Madeleine are part of Quebec, but closer to Prince Edward Island. I flew in from Quebec City and it took … Continue reading

Canada 150 10Best List!

There are tons of things to do in this great country to celebrate 150 years of confederation. Check out the 10Best list of 150 things to see and do in Canada. Just in case you were wondering, I contributed the … Continue reading