Canadian Geographic Travel

Escapes & Adventures

Spring on Hudson Bay

Seeing the Arctic in a whole new light with a new experience from Churchill Wild

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Hit the road, Jon! This summer travel in Canada — Jon Montgomery style

The Olympic gold medalist and Amazing Race Canada host has partnered with Go RVing Canada to curate four classic Canadian RV trips

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Birding opportunities in Saskatchewan

“Star man” Stan Shadick showcases earthly attractions

Across the tickle: A return to Battle Harbour

For generations, Battle Harbour was considered the unofficial capital of Labrador, a centre of fishing through the 19th and early 20th centuries. Today, it has reinvented itself as a remote island getaway known for its rugged beauty

La route des baleines

Tadoussac is a centre for visitors eager to whale watch, snorkel and learn more about the unique ecosystem of the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park

Watermarked: Travels in Arizona

The desert may seem like an unlikely cultural and biodiversity hotspot. But Arizona — from the deep-furrowed canyons in the north to the cactus-studded south, proves that arid is not the same as lifeless. Welcome to the state where water is liquid gold, continuously giving shape — and life — to the land.

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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

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

“It’s An-tee-guh, not An-tee-gwuh”

Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland

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

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