Niagara Falls: 3 Tips To Having The Best Vacation

Is Niagara Falls your dream destination? Don’t be afraid to admit it. For a lot of people, it is. Niagara Falls is always at the top of the “places I want to runaway and get married” list. Well, Niagara Falls might not be giving Vegas a run for it’s ... read more

Peel Region

With over 1 million residents, Peel Region is the second largest Administrative Region in Ontario. Conveniently located with Halton Region to the West and York and Toronto to the East, the Region has experienced fast growth in both residential and commercial developments. Peel Region was incorporated into the organisation ... read more

Skiing at the Big White Resort

The world famous Big White resort in Canada is home to some of the nation’s greatest skiing.  Renowned for its high quality snow, and simply breathtaking scenery, Big White is an ideal resort for skiers of any age or ability.  In the shadow of the Monashee Mountains, the Big ... read more

Skiing Vacations at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler

The Fairmont Chateau Whistler, in Whistler, British Columbia, is a gorgeous alpine resort in the shadow of Blackcomb Mountain. Rated as the number one ski resort in both Canada and North America in recent years, the Whistler Blackcomb resort is one truly not to be missed. British Columbia is ... read more

The Neat New Brunswick

The province of New Brunswick is located on the east coast of Canada. There are about 757,100 people living in the province of New Brunswick. They have the 8th most people in Canada by province. The people of New Brunswick speak mostly English, but a lot of people are ... read more

Tremblant In Canada

Tremblant is based in Canada and has over 90 runs servicing millions of skiers each year. With 13 state-of-the-art ski lifts and a selection of choices for both snowboarders and skiers Tremblant attained its reputation through daring, varied runs catering for a selection of abilities and preferences. With its ... read more

Yukon’s Gold

The province Yukon is located north of British Columbia and it boarders Alaska to the west and to the east is the North West territories. Yukon was the 11th province to join the country of Canada. Yukon is probably best known for the Klondike Gold Rush in the 1890s. ... read more

Canadian Immigration

One of the most disheartening things I hear about Canadian Immigration is the stories of families who return to their original country after unsuccessfully attempting to settle in Canada. One of the main reasons for the failures, it seems, is that the principal member of the household that normally ... read more