Food and Travel
Your Intimate Guide to Canada's East Coast
- Fish New Brunswick's Miramichi
- Experience Newfoundland by boat
- See Nova Scotia by sidecar
- Dine in style in PEI
- Get away to Grand Manan
- Our guide to the perfect scallop
- Lobster comes out of its shell
20 top beaches in Atlantic Canada
Cruisin’ ‘The Rock’
Exploring Newfoundland by boat—the German way When the announcement finally came, it was, as...
Gros Morne’s best hikes
If you go, budget enough time “That’s going to be your Christmas card photo,” a hiker says after...
A taste old St. John’s
Tradition and contemporary meld deliciously in this historic downtown It’s a cool Monday evening...
The birth of Canada, and a circus sideshow too
The 1864 Charlottetown Conference The “Confederation contingent” boarding the SS Queen Victoria in...
Five options for great eats Bottom line: Cavendish, PEI—best known as home to Anne of Green...
150 reasons to visit PEI
PEI 2014 highlights include: Canada Day 2014 Celebrations (July 1) PEI 2014 Celebration Zone...
Hooked on the Downeast Fisheries Trail
Delicious food, served with a helping of heritage on the side “WE BUY CLAMS” was posted next to a...
Sensational stops along the Quoddy Loop
Festivals A fun way to appreciate the region is by attending one of the many festivals being held....
The world renowned Bay of Fundy
A national wonder, ready to explore A few years ago the Bay of Fundy, became Canada's only entry...
Fried, steamed or baked, clams are a true summer delight A gull calls in the distance. Waves crash...
Enjoy great golf throughout Atlantic Canada In Atlantic Canada they come in all shapes and sizes. Some...
Calling all animal lovers
It’s going to be a zoo out there Where to see, learn about, (and sometimes pet) critters in...
Foraging for fiddleheads
For three weeks in May, New Brunswick abounds with this perennial delicacy There’s something about...
On a high note
Kick up your heels at Celtic Colours, Cape Breton’s island-wide musical adventure The 2014 Celtic...
The Parrsboro Shore
A tasting tour of “the Little Cabot Trail” Dragon’s Breath—sharp and pungent, but silky with a...
Follow the Fossils
Along the Nova Scotia side of the Bay of Fundy and the Minas Basin, the tide rushes in every 12...
—every which way but loose Years ago, fishermen’s kids were embarrassed to bring lobster...
Fun to catch, fun to eat Long, sleek and illusive—and delicious—swordfish are prized by some...
Whether to revive or ignite your romance, these spots are sure to delight Do Not Disturb: From...
Our ferries today Saint John, NB, to Digby, NS: A three-hour crossing; twice daily (return) on...