Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

April 24, 2017

Travel News

Travel News

Putting the brakes on TO’s Bixis

It looked like the city of Toronto would get its own Bixi short-term bike-rental system, modelled after the ...

Edmonton’s glass menagerie

Edmonton is not known for its daring modernist architecture, but the new Art Gallery of Alberta, which opened ...

Get smart by going on vacation?

Last year, Indiana University researchers gave students a puzzle: A prisoner trapped in a tower has a length ...

H1N1 declines just in time for Mexican fiestas

Mexico had a rough go of it in 2009, tourism-wise. But 2010 is shaping up better: swine flu ...

Inconvenient or undeniable?

Carbon offsets may not even help

The germiest places in the world

These attractions make you think you'd be better off staying home

Canada cool and green

Our home and native land is better known for its landscapes than its architecture, but, somewhat paradoxically, that ...

Backyard brew

If you’re anything like the docs in TV’s Grey’s Anatomy, you often have drink or two after work. ...

Powder patrol

US airport lineups just got a little longer. In keeping with the “[Transport Security Administration’s] efforts to stay ...

Avant-garde in Chicago

The “2.0” in this month’s Chicago Artists Month 2.0 doesn’t signify the age of the arts festival (actually ...

Butterflies invade Manhattan

Lepidopterists and amateur admirers alike will be all aflutter at the news of the return this month of ...

Porter Airlines joins the big leagues

The little Toronto-based Porter Airlines isn’t so little any more. Porter has quickly grown from an upstart start-up ...

Who needs Rome when you've got Winnipeg

The Masonic Mysteries Tour

Picture-perfect in Montreal

The breathtaking annual World Press Photo exhibition won’t be making a stop in Toronto this year, and Ottawa’s ...

Airfare predicted to rise in 2010

This may be a good excuse to finally take that trip you’ve been dying to take, and to ...