Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

March 23, 2017

Features

Features

A Bohemian air

The Czech Republic's southwestern towns could be fresh out of the Renaissance I must confess that I once ...

A rocky start

A Hamilton MD lays the foundation for a new hobby I knew that my husband was turning into ...

Gardening Life

A Vancouver plastic surgeon has charted 40 years of history in his yard Even on a bleak January ...

Garden Party

An Edmonton pain specialist finds new energy playing outdoors Moving to the Prairie flatness of Edmonton from the ...

lrish idyll

After a week in your own cottage in the hills, you may never want to leave I don't ...

Through hell and high water

Dr Ken Kamler on performing surgery in the world's most hostile environments No course in medical school taught ...

Yoho and Banff

Yoho is a Cree word of exclamation, so it's no surprise that Yoho National Park -- a small ...

Consider yourself at home

Getting a vacation rental in Europe is cheaper and easier than you think Frances Mayes was right: life ...

Holding down the fort

Perfectly preserved Carcassonne makes a stand for medieval France At the crossroads of major trade routes between the ...

In the driver's seat

Renting the right set of wheels can make or break a self-driving vacation When bus tours seem too ...

I prescribe... Rovos Rail's Pride of Africa

While we were in South Africa, my partner Nicki and I took a two-day, 1500-kilometre train trip from ...

Mind your manors

Pack your tweeds for a jaunt around southern England's venerable Relais & Châteaux It sits on plated greens ...

Sweet Basel

This polished Swiss city has a distinctly down-to-earth flavour At first, I could only hear the faint tinkle ...

Taking it lying down

Who says a cycling trip in Italy is all sweat and no play? The quiet countryside of Puglia ...

At the plate

Take a swing at Vancouver's powerhouse restaurant scene To unravel the strands of Vancouver's contemporary DNA, which might ...