By RED HUNT
Cask Days, Toronto (Photo: Crystal Luxmore)
With summer upon us, there are beer festivals sprouting up in nearly every city and town across the country and 2012 is shaping up to be a dream year for the Canadian beer lover. The beer scene in Canada is currently going through a transition, with small craft brewers and microbreweries getting more confident and exploratory with their brews, meaning the range of flavours and styles of beer has never been better. (more…)
By WAHEEDA HARRIS
Osheaga Festival Musique et Arts, Montreal (Photo: ©Tim Snow)
Sure, it’s still technically spring, but if you want to attend some of Canada’s biggest music festivals, you’ll have to get your tickets (and book a hotel or campsite) now. Mark your calendars!
Sphères public exhibit at the 2012 Montreal en Lumière festival (Photo: Fabien Gagnon)
The sheer volume of activities at the annual, jam-packed Montreal en Lumière cultural festival (on now!) can be mind-boggling, so we were delighted to see a greatest hits list from OttawaMagazine.com. (more…)
By KAT TANCOCK
#2 – Festival de Jazz (Photo by iker ender)
Travelling can get expensive, but you don’t have to spend on everything. Here are 50 free activities, festivals, tours and more in Montreal so you can save your cash for dinner and drinks. (more…)
Photo courtesy of Travel Manitoba
Canadians don’t hibernate in winter. Far from it!
We use the season to our advantage with fun-loving festivals from Atlantic Canada to the Yukon packed with wintry pursuits like ice sculpting, skating, and the age-old traditions of chainsaw chucking and beard growing. (more…)