Dramatic. Momentous. Revolutionary. Earth-shattering. Such peacockery has typically been confined to Hollywood puff pieces and high-tech product launches, until now.
The subversive genius of Cité du Vin is in the modern, forward-facing way it celebrates a timeless pleasure, aiming to bring a personal and tactile element to the often all-too-serious historical and cultural understanding of wine.
At the RM Sotheby’s Auction during Monterey Car Week, four cars from the Carroll Hall Shelby Trust will be offered for sale—including the CSX 2000, the first Shelby Cobra ever produced.
This September, Treadright and Canada’s Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot Project establish a semi-permanent school of traditional mukluk and moccasin artisanship in Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum.
West Vancouver’s Harmony Arts Festival is on now—here’s what to expect.
While the world watches from afar, the Canadian Olympic coterie will convene at the Rio Canada House, designed pro-bono by architects Yabu Pushelberg in collaboration with Toronto artist Deborah Moss’s creative company Moss & Lam.
Now in its ninth year, the World Architecture Festival is the largest celebration of international architectural talent.
Canadian architect Jean Verville’s concept, Dance Floor, has been chosen by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts to transform Museum Avenue.
In the Mexican province of Michoacán, avocado crops have become the catalyst for conflicts between farmers and local drug cartels.