Le Massif de Charlevoix

Located about an hour north of Québec City, Le Massif is indisputably the prettiest ski station in the province. Sacha Jackson talks about her recent ski trip… including wiping out in the woods.

Québec City Carnaval

Every January for the past 58 years, Québec City has transformed itself into a winter wonderland. The Carnaval de Québec is a two-week long celebration that helps fight the mid-winter blues by partying in the outdoors.

Environmental Issues in British Columbia

Humans have been exploiting British Columbia’s abundant natural resources for 10,000 years. Indigenous people hunting and fishing obviously had little effect on ecological integrity, but over time, the clearing of land for agriculture and development did.

Moon Spotlight Newfoundland & Labrador

Moon Spotlight Newfoundland & Labrador is a 104-page compact guide covering the best of Newfoundland and Labrador, including the Avalon Peninsula, Labrador Straits, Gros Morne National Park, and L’Anse aux Meadows. Journalist and Newfoundland resident Michael Johansen offers seasoned advice on must-see attractions, and includes maps with sightseeing highlights so you can make the most […]

Moon Spotlight Victoria & Vancouver Island

Moon Spotlight Victoria & Vancouver Island is a 112-page compact guide covering Victoria and Vancouver Island, including the Vicinity of Victoria, Southern Gulf Islands, Nanaimo and Vicinity, Highway 4 to the West Coast, Tofino, Oceanside, Comox Valley, and Northern Vancouver Island. Author Andrew Hempstead offers seasoned advice on must-see attractions and activities, and sightseeing highlight […]

Great New Year’s Day Destinations

A lot of thought goes into planning for New Year’s Eve, but whether you party ‘til dawn or go to bed at 9, New Year’s Day will be there waiting for you when you wake up, ready to be seized and explored. Here are some great places to spend your New Year’s holiday—night and day.

Dispatch from Ontario: A Superior Travel Day

The end of a trip is always bittersweet, so it’s a bonus when you discover an awesome spot just before you head home. On a three-week research trip across northern Ontario, Carolyn B. Heller discovered that one of her trip’s unexpectedly special places turned out to be Lake Superior Provincial Park.