People from around the world consider Canada a safe haven.
Jim Fox, Special to Postmedia Network
There’s something about buying food fresh from the farm, evident in the popularity of farmer's markets, like in Kingston -- opened in 1780 -- and the others that grew as pioneers settled across Ontario.
Across Ontario are some 3,000 festivals and events each year and from that total the top 100 are determined.
Pop culture is about to take over Niagara Falls as “The Hoff” and a star-studded lineup of iconic vehicles highlight Comic Con.
Smallest, bigger, biggest. When it comes to cruise ships, one size certainly doesn’t fit all.
With the rapid ascent into summer-like weather and the trend for "staycations," this promises to be a big year at Ontario Parks.
Is this the year to fall hook, line and sinker for fishing? If so, there are numerous fishing derbies and events to help whet your appetite for the sport.
That’s the suggestion and slogan of Ontario By Bike, a project of Transportation Options, a non-profit organization and leader in cycle tourism development.
History buffs, culture fans and the just plain curious can join in visiting some of Ontario’s historical and cultural gems.
You know it’s spring in Ontario Parks when you discover these 10 signs.
Making mofongo in Puerto Rico, savouring sweet malasadas in Hawaii, clam bakes in Maine and tamales at the Hotel California in Mexico are among culinary experiences for cruisers.
The sap is running after a long, cold winter and predictions are for a great maple syrup season across southern Ontario.
Have you had enough winter this year? Well, it’s never enough for visitors to the four-season playground of Muskoka, north of Toronto.
Thousands of Canadians will soon be getting their motors running and heading out along U.S. Interstate 75 – the expressway to the sun.
Everything’s coming up roses, tulips, daffodils, lilies, chrysanthemums, daisies – and even orchids – at flower shows in Stratford, Toronto and the Royal Botanical Gardens.
It’s a double whammy – Valentine’s and Family Day activities – falling on the same weekend.
Just as a furry rodent named Willie is about to predict whether we’ll endure – or enjoy – more winter, activities to embrace the season are in full swing.
Once winter weather finally arrives and sticks around, Ontario provincial parks are ready for the challenge.
It’s time to chill out again in Niagara Wine Country and the colder the better for this annual party in the dead of winter that celebrates icewine.
It's going to be a white Christmas at Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory.