Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

October 18, 2017

Travel News

Travel News

Anaphylactic crock

Most major airlines don’t sufficiently protect allergic passengers from nuts, shellfish or other allergens, according to research compiled ...

Pack or rent the skis?

When you head out on your ski or snowboard holiday, make sure you’re aware of the airline’s policies ...

Fresh on the slopes

Fresh on the slopes Coast to coast, Canadian ski resorts have beefed up their offerings, adding hotels, lifts ...

Ancient Irak in London

For historians, what The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart calls the “Messo’potamia” in 21st-century Iraq, stands in stark contrast ...

Boarding — minus the snow

Ever heard of sandboarding? Well, it’s rapidly attracting fans in sandy locales such as Dubai, coastal Oregon and ...

The Caribbean jumps up

While Canadians are hibernating, much of the Caribbean is gearing up for its carnival season. If you’re visiting ...

BC’s perfect storm

Although it might seem strange to plan a vacation around bad weather, BC’s storm-watching season attracts plenty of ...

Monkey business in Tokyo

Kayabukiya, a sake house just north of Tokyo, has gained some notoriety lately because of its unusual wait ...

Savings at sea

Finding inexpensive vacations has become increasingly difficult, but not impossible, if you know where to look. CruisesOnly.com is ...

Athens' New Acropolis Museum

The controversial New Acropolis Museum in Athens is set to open in early 2009 (the ground floor is ...

Skip the hotel, sleep in a convent

Europe’s convents and monasteries have long been a budget travel secret, but a lot of tourists have been ...

This is the Habs’ year!

There’s no guarantee they’ll bring home the Stanley Cup this season, but 2009 will still belong to the ...

The world’s best wines come to Moncton

It’s not exactly Tuscany or Provence or the Napa Valley, but Moncton’s annual World Wine and Food Expo ...

Fuel surcharges ignite airline competition

With oil prices way down from a record high of around $150 a barrel in July, Canada’s two ...

A feminist first in Vancouver

In a year when feminists’ hopes for a female US president were met with the conservative, anti-choice, vice-presidential ...