Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

June 26, 2019

June 2013

Volume 31, Number 6

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Gadgets

Made in our backyard

Forget clothes Why bother spending a lot of money on your kid’s summer wear when a NoZone One‑Piece ...

One Bottle

A homegrown success story

Let’s be blunt. Compared to other countries, the Canadian wine industry is the toddler of the wine world, ...

Travel News

Canada's wild side

YK + NT The old dog-sled trail Take the roadtrip of a lifetime on the Dempster Highway, running ...

Underground art in Saskatchewan

Get yourself to the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina Saturdays at 2pm through June, July and August and ...

Better with age

Onetime GM of CP Rail, Sir William Cornelius Van Horne, is famously known for saying, “If we can't ...

Artists north of 60

About 100 artists attend the Great Northern Arts Festival every year. No easy feat when you consider that ...

Coasting PEI

We think that gran fondos should be renamed grand fondos. Loosely translated from Italian, the “big [bicycle] rides” ...

Great thinkers in TO

The people of Mesopotamia, aka “the land between the [Tigris and Euphrates] rivers,” or present-day Iraq, northeastern Syria ...

Travel Deals

Perfect Pemberton

Poor little Pemberton often gets overlooked because of Whistler, its more famous neighbour 30 minutes to the south. ...

Budget on the beach

For budget-conscious travellers, it’s tough to beat free. As part of the Gimli Film Festival, Rogers Cinema Under ...

You say potato...

…we say beach. PEI is better-known for its spuds than its sand, but there’s plenty of provincial parks ...

Ontario park in pairs

Wilderness Adventures offers a three-day canoeing trip in Algonquin Park, just a few hours drive from Toronto and ...

Montreal's decisive deal

If you’re headed to Montreal this summer to catch the Jazz Festival, fireworks, Just for Laughs or other ...

Features

Shore leave

Nanaimo is a budget-friendly base to explore Vancouver Island — and the best place to get dessert

I prescribe a trip above Toronto

A psychiatrist looks for an urban adventure — and finds it at the top of the CN Tower

Cape Breton by ceilidh

Fiddles, singing and stamping feet preserve a rugged outpost of Gaelic culture

A cake walk

How to eat your way through Newfoundland, one humble fish patty at a time

Pitch-black picture-perfect

By surrounding itself in darkness, Quebec's Mont Mégantic lights the skies on fire

Nutrition

How would you like your crickets cooked?

At the recent International Conference on Forests for Food Security and Nutrition, one of the topics discussed was ...

Recipes

Lemon garlic aioli

Making your own mayonnaise is easier than you think. The key is making sure the eggs are at ...

Lobster roll (guédille)

The arrival of Quebec lobster, fished from the Baie des Chaleurs off Gaspé’s southern coast and from les ...

Fresh mozzarella with zucchini ribbons

There are waiting lists for the pure-white, buttery burrata that arrives from Puglia in southern Italy every two ...

Old fashioned apple cake

Big, sweet Cortlands are the best apples for baking. They are chopped into this old-fashioned sour-cream coffee cake. ...