Canada Travel News 08/01/2011
How Gros Morne National Park bewitched Lawrence Hill – The Globe and Mail
Author Lawrence Hill on the wonders of Newfoundland's Gros Morne National Park
Searching for Newfoundland’s most scrumptious fish cake – The Globe and Mail
In search of Canada's best fish cake with travel writer Margo Pfeiff
Toronto’s urban forests face new challenges – The Globe and Mail
Toronto’s urban forests, the smattering of ravines and groves of trees that add green to the city’s landscape of grey concrete, face a number of challenges, including demand for root space, disease, and climate change, which became most evident in this summer’s extreme heat.
Calgary serves up eats on the streets
Calgary follows Vancouver's lead and rolls out street food carts…
Vancouver Pride Week Festival & Parade 2011 » Vancouver Blog Miss 604
Miss 604's round-up of Pride Week 2011 activities in Vancouver
Vancouver Pride Week — Vancouver Is Awesome
It's Pride Week in Vancouver. Here's what's happening…
Tableau: C’est formidable
Vancouver Sun food critic Mia Stainsby has raves for the overhauled resto in the Loden Hotel in downtown Vancouver.
Famed Photographs in Karsh Suite at Ottawa’s Fairmont Chateau Laurier — AOL Travel Canada
Canada's most famous photographer lived at the Fairmont Hotel in the 1980s. Now you can stay in his suite.
Closet Canuck : O Canada!: Whale, sea lion and bird watching out of Steveston, British Columbia
US travel writer Sue Frause enjoys the marine life in Steveston, BC
Toronto: ongoing summer family fun – yoyomama | yoyomama
From Yoyomama, a round-up of family-friendly summer fun in Toronto, ON.
Is “Canadian food” the next Vancouver culinary trend? | Vancouver, Canada | Straight.com
Georgia Straight editor Carolyn Ali wonders if "Canadian food" is the next food trend in Vancouver–and what, exactly, is it?
Deal: Sheraton Gateway Hotel at Toronto International celebrates 20th anniversary
The Sheraton Gateway Hotel opened in 1991 at Toronto International and is celebrating with a nightly rate of $91 until Sept. 4, 2011.