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Escapes & Adventures

6 Indigenous-led travel experiences to enjoy in Canada this year

From sipping and swirling at B.C.’s first fully Indigenous-owned winery to hiking through history on well-worn mountain trails, here are some top Indigenous-led experiences to enjoy in Canada this year

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Ivvavik National Park’s comfort camping brings knock-your-socks-off Arctic adventure within reach

Heated tents and flush toilets are just a few of the perks at Ivvavik National Park.

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Disc golf is the sport you should take up this summer

Often seen as a fringe sport, disc golf is a challenging yet accessible activity that takes players to unique natural spaces

Bigfoot emerges in B.C.’s Harrison Hot Springs

As the community hunkers down at home, Sasquatch sightings are on the rise

Sable Island, N.S. as you’ve never seen it before

New drone footage showcases the spectacular beauty of this wild sandbar in the North Atlantic

The Essential Itinerary: Kluane National Park and Reserve and Haines Junction, Yukon

Bannock, bears and breathtaking views: check out our tips for mapping out three days of adventure in the “larger than life” territory

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Exploring Montreal’s Jewish food scene

Whether it’s the old classics or classy newcomers, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to Montreal’s Jewish food scene

Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland

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

How to pronounce Antigua (and other tales of the Caribbean island) 

“It’s An-tee-guh, not An-tee-gwuh”

A bartender at Deane House mixes a cocktail. (Photo: Christopher Amat/Deane House)