Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 24, 2017

Features

Features

Sun Peaks skiing

Novice-friendly glades and great powder

BC’s idyllic and eccentric isle

On Salt Spring Island, daffodils and crocuses are out in February, and T-shirt weather in March isn't unheard of

Back to the land in Charlevoix

Quebec's local producers put flavour back on the map

Langdon Hall

A country spa in Ontario where master gardeners and five-star chefs bring homegrown ingredients to life

A cut above in Cape Dorset, Nunavut

High art in Nunavut’s high artic

Parc Nationale du Bic -- eco-friendly cabin country

Light on both the environment and the pocketbook, yurts are as comfortable and as equipped as a rental cottage

Beyond Calgary’s flame

10 great things that have nothing to do with to do with Stampede

Face to face with a grizzly

In the Great Bear Rainforest with BC’s own Dr Doolittle

Going overboard in Niagara

Part Grand Canyon, part Vegas, Niagara’s unique combination of natural wonderment and outrageous cheesiness continues to boom

The great Vancouver adventure

An action-packed week of
activities for the whole family

Easy Adirondacks

From the Queen of American Lakes to the Sport of Kings, Saratoga Springs and Lake George promise grown-up entertainment and family fun

Road trips

10 easy escapes from
Toronto’s concrete jungle

Where to eat when in Halifax

Dr Lara Hazelton likes art to be challenging and food classic and satisfying – even in an Art Gallery

Taste tours of the Big Apple

Eat like a local and uncover
the real New York City

Where to eat when in Saskatoon

Dr Gisèle Ferguson celebrates St. Valentine's Day with classic bistro flair