The classic novel "Anne of Green Gables" is set here, but that's only part of the island's allure.
This Canadian hot spot welcomes newcomers all year long.
A Canadian writer recalls her fruit-foraging childhood.
Rich culture, great seafood and lively music distinguish this Nova Scotia journey from all others.
Surf town has a mix of delicious dives and stellar fine dining.
Don’t just talk about going the long way; take it.
Canada’s smallest province has the largest concentration of lighthouses.
It’s a fun day trip from the Canadian hotspot, but don’t expect solitude and tranquility.
New Brunswick’s resort town is a great getaway for a family vacation or romantic weekend.
The Canadian province is an unlikely source for world-class sparkling wine.
Tall sailing ships, good food and historical walks are among the highlights of a visit to this charming Nova Scotia town.
Get a taste of the 1800s at Toronto’s Black Creek Historic Brewery.
Get away this weekend in a rental at a great daily rate starting at $12.99.