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Nunavik: Canada’s greatest wilderness
Nunavik: Canada’s greatest wilderness

As Quebec’s Arctic north begins to open its doors to tourists, Phoebe Smith voyages to Nunavik to discover Inuit life and woodland caribou in Canada’s greatest wilderness… “There, a caribou – do you see it?” asked Suzie as I trained my eyes on the green thicket on the opposite riverbank. As hard as I tried…

19 phenomenal pictures of Canada
19 phenomenal pictures of Canada

From the Arctic shores to the Rocky Mountains, there’s no shortage of stunning vistas in Canada. This huge country has a lot to offer the curious traveller, with great wildlife, beautiful lakes, engrossing cities and stunning beaches. Here are 19 of our favourite pictures of Canada. Sanctuaire Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Québec Skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia…

7 useful pronunciation rules for travellers
7 useful pronunciation rules for travellers

During World War II, Dutch Resistance fighters exposed infiltrators by asking them to pronounce Scheveningen; with its two subtly different gutturals, it was a trick only native speakers could pull off. The stakes of course aren’t so high when you’re on holiday in a new place, but there is some satisfaction in not immediately revealing…

Video: things you shouldn’t miss in Canada
Video: things you shouldn’t miss in Canada

The second largest country in the world, Canada  has some of the most varied landscapes on earth, from desert to temperate rainforest to lush orchards. And then there are the great beaches , enormous glaciers and buzzing cities to explore. These are our top things not to miss in Canada:  Explore more of the world…

Quiz: can you name these famous sights?
Quiz: can you name these famous sights?

Do postcards and travel posters paper your walls? Do you pride yourself on your travel knowledge? We’ve selected ten of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring sights around the world to put you to the test. Can you identify the famous sight from the picture? Be warned, sometimes places can look surprisingly similar…

Aboriginal experiences British Columbia, Canada
Aboriginal experiences British Columbia, Canada

Maria Hart meets some of Canada’s First Nations people to discover what aboriginal tourism in British Columbia has to offer. “High tide is rush hour here” smiles our guide Tsimka, “that’s when the kayaks and water taxis usually come.” But since our group paddled over to Meares Island in a traditional flat bottomed canoe at…

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