Canada is known for its many natural wonders, yes—but beaches?
These 24 cross-Canadian dining options harmonize visuals with victuals for a truly memorable meal.
A year-round destination for city-dwellers, Prince Edward County’s pastoral bounty offers over 800 kilometres of shoreline and the region’s freshest, seasonal fare.
We suggest five luxury accommodations in a province that’s yours to discover.
There is a certain allure in how a woman’s face changes with time. In our 20s, cheeks are crimson with youth and promise; our 30s are when laughs and wisdom translate into crinkles around the eyes; and as we pass 40, we begin to embrace (albeit reluctantly) the definition of looking distinguished. Each decade that passes leaves its indelible mark on our faces.
If anyone creates a reality TV show about teams competing to open the coolest hotel—and it’s only a matter of time before someone does—Jason Pomeranc and Tony Cohen would be the stars.
Long before the Material Girl, Andy Warhol was fabricating his own material world. Artist, publisher of Interview, and seigneur of the Factory, where films were made and superstars were born, Warhol broke the mold of the serious artist dedicated to a higher calling.
The first cup of tea was a serendipitous mistake. Legend has it that China’s mythical Second Emperor Shen-Nung discovered the brew when the leaves of a Camellia Sinensis bush fell into his cup of hot water.
It is called the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre, but only an on-site visit, or ideally, several, to see various performances, can do it justice. It is the world’s last operating double-decker theatre, designed by architect Thomas White Lamb for Marcus Loew and his theatre chain, back in the days of vaudeville.