Canada Travel News 02/27/2011
Tulip Shuffle: Win a getaway to Ottawa, Ontario
Win a getaway to Ottawa to see the fantastic spring showing of tulips
Fresh Bread Ahead | Media centre | Canadian Tourism Commission
A sign on Tow Hill Road, on the way into Naikoon Provincial Park, says “Fresh Bread Ahead"–the only warning you’ll get that you're nearing Moon Over Naikoon, one of Haida Gwaii’s most beloved bakeries.
Who’s the grumpiest person in Canada?
Every year, during its summer Pembina Valley Daze festival, Evansburg, alberta elects an official Town Grouch.
Paddling the St. Lawrence’s slushy brew
Writer Margo Pfeiff says there’s no need to wait until spring to get paddling in Québec.
HogShack’s 4-Man “Flatline Burger Challenge”
A video of the Hogshack Restaurant's Flatline Burger challenge: essentially a burger patty between two grilled-cheese sandwiches. Burp.
A Year In Wonderland | Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Check out this video teaser for Wonderland, the new Royal Winnipeg Ballet show on tour starting in March
Canada welcomes largest number of immigrants in 50 years
Canada welcomed the largest number of immigrants in 50 years in 2010.
Greatest little-known neighbourhoods – Lonely Planet
Toronto's Koreatown makes the list!
Canada’s most expensive airports to fly out of
The 10 most expensive major Canadian airports to fly from: Vancouver tops the list.
Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver make “world’s most livable cities” list
Three Canadian cities ranked in the top 10 of the Economist Intelligence Unit's annual "most livable cities" survey