Quebec

Porter Airlines vs Air Canada: Flying to and from a reopened Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

September 30, 2021

Earlier this month, Toronto’s central Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport re-opened for the first time to travellers since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, as the airport’s primary commercial carriers, Porter Airlines, resumed domestic services. The airport – which I’ve previously called one of the world’s most convenient – is unique due to its location […]

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Travelling around Canada by train isn’t just a beautiful experience – it can also be cost effective luxury

October 2, 2019

You may have heard over the years of the expensive nature of travelling around Canada, especially by plane. It’s a country where internal flights are almost entirely serviced by two airlines – Air Canada and Westjet – both of whom have a mixed reputation, especially when it comes to their ticket prices. And these are […]

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Riding the Confederation Line: Where to visit on Ottawa, Ontario’s new Light Rail

September 12, 2019

This weekend, after six years of construction, Canada’s capital Ottawa welcomes a new light rail line to its city – the Confederation Line. With 13 stations (a combination of under and above ground), the 12.5 km rail network will connect the city to its O-Train LRT like never before. And it’s just the start of […]

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Everyone from Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Sting to Selena Gomez and Flo Rida are playing this 11 day Quebec festival

March 18, 2016

Canadian mega-fest Festival d’été de Québec has dropped quite the dizzying line up of international and local artists, many of whom have had an indelible impact on music’s history, performing alongside future legends across rock, pop, adult contemporary, metal, country, indie, Americana, folk, hip hop, electronica, and pretty much everything else you can think of. […]

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