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Watching history unfold in Havana

The memories and trappings of Castro-era rule have by no means faded in Cuba, but Havana is looking to the fuuture

La nueva Cuba

A piece of speculative fiction on how the presence of “americanos” in Cuba could irrevocably change the Caribbean nation 

Our favourite tried-and-tested stocking stuffers

We’ve got your shopping list covered with this roundup of some of the best stocking-sized gifts our editors tested this year

Churchill reconnected

Inside the first Via Rail service in 18 months to make the iconic trip between Winnipeg and Churchill, Man. 

Living history on England’s South Coast

A three-day road trip along the Dorset coast offers fossils, fish and chips and Roman ruins

5 reasons to visit the floe edge with Arctic Kingdom

Seals and narwhal and polar bears, oh my

A polar bear scents the wind near Churchill Wild's Dymond Lake Ecolodge. (Photo: Aaron Kylie/Canadian Geographic Travel)
The Great Trail Treasure Hunt

The Great Trail Treasure Hunt is an adventure that gets Canadians exploring the longest recreational trail in the world.

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Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland

Newly-revamped “Iceberg Finder” makes it easy for visitors to find the best spots in Newfoundland for iceberg viewing 

Nine things to discover in the Thousand Islands

From outdoor adventure to world-class theatre, here are nine reasons to plan a getaway to the Thousand Islands

See the winners of the Show Us Your Canada photo competition

The best of the best images from our tourism-themed photo competition, held in celebration of 2018 as the Canada-China Year of Tourism

The floe edge, where land-fast ice meets the open Arctic Ocean in spring and summer. (Photo: Dave Briggs/Arctic Kingdom)