The Laurentians are part of a shield of peaks that are forested. Enclosed by the Ottawa, St. Lawrence and Seguenay rivers, the Laurentians are best known for their stunning ski slops which roll into sign, one hour north of Monteal….Read more.
If you’re not sure what to do in Boston, there are great pieces to see and The Emerald Necklace is a great place to start. While the destination sounds more like a green piece of jewelry worn around the neck,…Read more.
On Saturday November 30th, the Cavalcade of Lights returns for its 47th annual event taking place at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto. The C.O.L. will feature the illumination of Toronto’s Christmas tree, a fireworks display, as well as some great…Read more.
There is no better way to burn off some calories before a big Thanksgiving dinner than by signing up for Cranksgiving. Hosted by Solar One (24-20 FDR Dr., New York City, NY), the feel-good event allows cyclists armed with $15…Read more.
The Niagara Winter Festival of Lights is one of the best events of the winter season and Canada’s foremost illumination festival captures the magic of the holiday season from November 9 to January 31. The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival…Read more.
Sunday, November 17, 2013 brings jolly St Nick back into town for the 109th annual parade. The parade starts at 12:30 pm and leaves from Christie Pits (Bloor near Bathurst) and ends at the St Lawrence Market. The tree goes…Read more.