Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 22, 2017

Features

Features

Tied up in knots

When I was a medical student, I used to love suturing. I suspect I was not alone. One ...

When hobbies go wrong

When hobbies go wrong: I was sitting at the kitchen table my wife had built. I watched her ...

Cold spell

Quebec's winter carnival bewitches revellers of all ages

The other Egypt

Can you get off the beaten track in a country that's been a tourist hotspot for 3000 years?

Art and the Zen of investing

A painting can be a worthwhile place to store your money, as long as you buy what you ...

A taste of the nation

Bone marrow on toast, cupcakes gone classy — what will Canadian foodies think of next? Ask for a ...

Whet your Whistler

The chefs at BC's Olympic mountain are already putting in world-calibre performances The emissaries of British Columbia foodiedom ...

Cruise control

Our annual roundup of the hottest destinations, newest ships and best-value cruises Looking up at the white sails ...

The call of the road

Adventure is just at the next exit on a long-distance drive from Toronto to San Diego This year ...

Animals gone wild!

And they seemed so harmless when they were way over there. Let sleeping dogs lie So there we ...

Mouse trap?

For young children, Disney's magic is still very real Wide-eyed wonder People say you should wait until your ...

Vacation confidential

What your colleagues never told you about their most astounding, heart-warming and horrifying vacation moments It’s a truism ...

Pacific Retreat

Vancouver Island's eco-lodges offer spectacular seclusion and luxe digs at a great price As physicians striving to stay ...

The motorcycle diaries

An MD and his wife become one with the road — and the bugs — on a bike ...

French wave

Sand dunes, surfers and cycling keep summer afloat in a seaside town near Bordeaux Not far from glitzy, ...