Bars That Break the Mol...

See-Scape With a much broader theme this place is probably what people expect of a theme bar. Under the giant umbrella that is science fiction, anyone who is a fan of anything that fits in the box will find something they enjoy here. With four separate sub-themes for their booths, guests...

Bars That Break the Mol...

O.Noir This is a truly different style of theme, instead of adding a bunch of visually pleasing features to your bar experience this one takes them away – all of them. At O. Noir the theme is darkness, and your entire dining experience will occur in their dining room shrouded in complete...

Bars That Break the Mol...

When the weekend comes around, the standard ritual is to gather all your friends who aren’t completely KO’d from the tasks and monotony of their work week and head into town to get something to eat inevitably followed by something to drink. But after months and years of hitting up the...

How To Shop Canada Styl...

West Edmonton Mall – Alberta The numbers attached to this mall are astronomical all on their own, and they must be seen just so this gargantuan shopping extravaganza can be put into perspective. The complete area of the mall reaches an astonishing 490,000 square meters and is the largest...

How To Shop Canada Styl...

Toronto Eaton Centre Named after the Canadian department store that unfortunately went bankrupt back in 1999, this vast and popular mall still retains its name. With multiple access thanks to several nearby transit routes, the Eaton Centre is widely popular and is the go to destination...

How To Shop Canada Styl...

It is that time again when a quick trip into town is no longer possible. Stores everywhere are flooded with bodies as parents everywhere try to pick the best gifts for their loved ones before the stores sell out, or their time does. Unlike the small towns of old malls now offer the...

VR – The Modern Day Arc...

Shooting Of course, those who frequent games will be familiar with the first-person shooter, the perspective of which has never been better than with VR. VR Playin offers a bunch of shooting games for the trigger happy to get to grips with. Zomday and Arizona Sunshine both offer the...

VR – The Modern Day Arc...

Arcades may well be a thing of the past. Though the big clunky machines with their bright wraparound graphics still have a retro appeal, today there are fewer and fewer of these dated relics in public places. Now the gaming industry has a new tool in the form of VR or Virtual Reality,...

Canada’s Wonderland ...

For Hot Days If you are visiting in the summer, there is a fair amount of walking involved in any theme park, and often not a great deal of shade. Cooling off however can be done in a variety of ways at Canada’s Wonderland one of which being a visit to the splash works. This 20 acre...

Canada’s Wonderland ...

Locally Themed Not many theme parks are themed around the actual country they inhabit, Canada’s Wonderland however strives to break the mould on that front and takes the cultural delights, eccentricities and even stereotypes and turns them into fun for everyone. North of Toronto in...

A Day at the Falls R...

Also, inside is another opportunity to get wet as the Fallsview Indoor Waterpark provides hours of soaking wet fun for all ages. This huge indoor wet play area has something for everyone whether that be swimming lengths in its enormous pool or taking the giant slides down into the...

A Day at The Falls R...

No doubt Canada’s most popular natural sight, the majestic and powerful Niagra falls bring crowds from a round the globe who come to gaze at its colossal watery wonder. Though the river that carries the highly churned water all the way to the united states continues its journey, visitors...

Canadian Cuisine and Wh...

Montreal smoked meat is something that meat lovers will simply have to indulge in when in Canada, or more fittingly its great city of Montreal. This koshers style deli meat resembles pastrami in its look and preparation However this chunkier adaptation contains less sugar and its curing...

Canada’s National Parks...

Wood Buffalo National Park takes up over a whopping seventeen thousand square miles of land making it larger than the entire country of Switzerland and the biggest of all Canada’s National Park spaces. Unlike the mountainous regions associated with Canada’s wild much of this area is flat...

Canada’s National Parks...

To visit the oldest National Park in Canada you will need to head to Banff. Here the alpine heights that wander into the region’s mountains are coupled with the masses of dense pine that give Banff that typical True North feel. Cutting through this area is the Canadian Pacific Railway,...

Canada’s National Parks...

Yoho National Park is a fantastic place to breathe in the natural sights of British Columbia. This array of breathtaking features all crafted by mother earth sit in the famed Rocky Mountains of Canada. Though this is the smallest of the linked National Parks, it doesn’t lack in any way...

Visiting Iqaluit, Nunav...

Canada is an exceptional country with a two-fold draw for tourists. On one side it has its modern cities, big super malls, skyscrapers, nightlife and all the things associated with city living. On its more natural side is an incredibly immense landscape that offers open empty arctic...

Exquisite Toronto Coffe...

Toronto is home to many a coffee house, and though the big chains may give some comfort, coffee connoisseurs will be looking for a different kind of café experience, both style and substance. From its humble beginnings as a run-down book shop the original Sam James Coffee Bar in Harboard...

The Top Ten Ski Resorts...

The concluding part of our blog to find the ten best learner friendly ski resorts in Canada takes us to Mont Tremblant, Sun Peaks, Panorama, and Fernie. All of these beginner resorts have held awards and titles, such as Best beginner resort, or Top Canadian beginner resort. The truth is...

The Top Ten Ski Resorts...

The second part of our blog to find out which are the three best ski resorts for beginners to enjoy their skiing takes us to Lake Louise, Jasper and Big White. These resorts have outstanding facilities for learners and offer great many distractions, such as restaurants, bars, shops and...