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What to See and Do in Calgary

Over in southern Alberta, Calgary holds down Canada’s reputation as a cosmopolitan city with a wild, rural side. Between the famous local rodeo, fun downtown attractions and stunning surrounding natural beauty, it’s easy to get the most out of Alberta’s diverse family-friendly attractions and activities in and around Calgary. Start your day off right … […]

Everything Your Family Needs to Eat in Canada

While traveling through Canada, there are a few quintessential menu items your family just has to try. Sure, you’ve had your fair share of maple syrup and know all about about Poutine and Molson beer, but there’s so much classically Canadian cuisine worth seeking out. No matter the meal, or family member’s age or taste, […]

Family Fun in St-Andrews-by-the-Sea

Although the pretty seaside town of St Andrews (almost nobody calls it by its full name of St-Andrews-by-the-Sea) is in Canada’s province of New Brunswick, it’s so close to the international border you can look out your hotel room window and see the Maine shore across the bay. But there’s so much for families to […]

Family-Friendly 5-Star Stays in Toronto

Go all out with a 5-star stay in Toronto at one of these highly-coveted hotels. Depending on your kids’ ages and interests, a high-end stay can sometimes ease the responsibility and pressure of a city destination. With thoughtful amenities just for the little ones; clubs and activities for kids; concierge-suggested tour options and excursions for […]

Best Cities for Families, Canada

Considering Canada this year? Here are some of the best cities for families to explore and enjoy! Ottawa Ottawa might get a lot of love in the winter for its amazing, snow-laden scenery, but Ottawa in the summer is just as pretty. Check out Canada’s capital city, including the ample history, but don’t keep your […]

Family Biking in Quebec’s Eastern Townships

Known as the Cantons l’Est, or Eastern Townships, the region of Quebec between the Saint Lawrence River and the Canadian/U.S. border is a bucolic landscape of lush farmlands, gently rolling hills, pristine lakes and small towns. When the American Revolution heated up, people loyal to the King of England headed north and settled just over […]