Inside Quebec’s own Ice Hotel, the Hotel de Glace, shiver for the sake of exploring some incredible impermanent art carved in ice and snow.
For a chilly thrill in the dead of winter in Quebec, there’s nothing like racing through the snowy forests of Duchesnay behind a team of sled dogs who know their stuff.
The spirit of Quebec’s Winter Carnival is Bonhomme, a jovial snowman who towers larger than life over the festivities. As we explore Quebec City, we find Bonhomme everywhere we go.
Three Sisters: that was our journey, until we lost Sue. Our road trip across Ontario was the first time we’d traveled together as adults. It wouldn’t be our last.
Hidden in deep woods in the rocky, lake-dotted landscape northeast of Toronto, a sacred treasure is etched in stone: the petroglyphs of Petroglyphs Provincial Park, Kinomagewapkong, the rocks that teach.