Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

April 24, 2017

Travel News

Travel News

An Olympic-sized project

The first phase of London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park just opened, marking the one-year anniversary of last summer’s ...

Boston’s fishy business

The recent 10-month, $17-million redesign of the New England Aquarium’s Giant Ocean Tank will make any marine enthusiast ...

Caught on film

After visiting a daguerreotype (photography) studio in 1846, Walt Whitman, aka the poet of democracy, wrote: “You will ...

On track to the US

When National Geographic describes a tour as one of the “World’s Greatest Trips” and includes it in its ...

The new language of love?

“Do you speak touriste?” That’s the question the Paris Île-de-France Chamber of Commerce is putting to hundreds of ...

Air Canada is seeing Rouge

Air Canada’s new leisure carrier with “stylishly affordable service” to over two dozen holiday hotspots got off the ...

Hertz's hot wheels

If the word “sensible” typically defines your rental car selections, this news item won’t interest you. That’s because ...

Capital sights

Sakahàn, on now through September 2 at Ottawa’s National Gallery of Canada, is one of the NGC’s “most ...

Every day I'm shuttling

The recently retired Space Shuttle Atlantis completed 30-plus missions, deployed 14 spacecraft and docked 12 times to the ...

Learn the ropes

Cycling on flat ground is so passé. At least, that’s what the brains behind VéloVolant must have thought. ...

Park it here

Strolling through a park is truly one of summer’s simple pleasures. More than 282 million people agree because ...

The great sandwich robbery

Everyone knows you can’t compare apples with oranges, so when you’re trying to figure out how far your ...

Your new connect

The InterContinental Hotels Group wants to hook you up. Well, it wants to hook its Priority Club Rewards ...

A wheel beauty

When the Airstream Trailer Company went into full-throttle production in 1932, there were 48 companies in the biz. ...

Great thinkers in TO

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