Festivals and events articles

  • Brandon - After 125 Years: More Than a Train Station
    As Brandon, Manitoba celebrates its 125th birthday this year, there will be a wide range of activities for everyone as residents and guests reflect on the city's past and look towards the future.
  • Capital Christmas
    Canada at Christmas represents a signature of community and this year our 13 capital cities across the nation are linked by one grand, annual event.
  • Charlottetown's Jack Frost Children's Winterfest
    Prince Edward Island’s third annual winter festival. This event, the Jack Frost Children's WinterFest, kicks into gear on February 16-18, 2007.
  • Chill Out At The Calgary Winterfest
    Instead of cocooning indoors, come celebrate the very best that winter has to offer at the Calgary Winterfest. Running from February 9 - 19, 2007, there are events and activities for everyone. You'll never look at winter the same way again!
  • Halloween Inspiration (2006)
    Who doesn't love Hallowe'en? What, with all the candy and costumes and spooky creatures, it's one of my favourite events of the year. When else is one allowed to dress absolutely crazy and place all the blame on tradition? If you're looking to get spooked before the 31st, we've searched out some festivities! We've listed only a handful of ideas; but hopefully, if you're unable to get to one of these events, you've got your own spooky evenings planned!
  • Ice Ice Crazy - Canada's ice festivals (2007)
    Where do you have to go to see crystallized swans, Vikings, dragons, a giant elephant, and even King Kong grasping an airplane all in one day? If you guessed the movies, the zoo or an amusement park - you’re not even close. Welcome to Canada, land of the free and land of the cold, which means anything in your wildest imagination is possible. In a country where ice and snow play a huge part in our heritage and identity, we in return, learn from a young age how to play with the ice and snow that blankets our backyards for almost half the year.
  • Lifestyles of the Frugal and Unknown: Cheap Canadian Travel
    Canada is one of the most diverse countries on this planet. Because of its massive size and spread, it offers a host of natural wonders and some of the most enchanting cities in the world – there’s truly something for everyone and every budget.
  • Lobster Season: The Race for Taste
    November sees the start of Lobster Season. Find out what happens on "Dumping Day" and how to make your own delicious lobster chowder.
  • Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights: Tinker Bell meets T-Rex
    Christmas season is around the corner, and with it comes memories of taking decorations from storage, and of course, dragging out the strands of electric light sets and creating outdoor displays. Anyone looking for inspiration in decorating for Christmas would do well to visit the Winter Festival of Lights held in Niagara Falls.
  • Rodin and Hiking: A Winnipeg Winter
    The nights are frosty and the cooler days now vastly outnumber the warm ones. In lakes and ponds, the ducks and geese are gathering, and occasionally a “V” of birds passes overhead. Signs of the end of summer are multiplying, and classes are in full swing for students of all ages. In Winnipeg, as in many other Canadian cities, fall is a time when people return from their summer travel to settle down for another season, getting back to the daily routines they put on hold for the warm summer months. Yet there are still many events to attract visitors to Manitoba's capital city in the fall and winter months; for activities ranging from sports to bird-watching to attending concerts, Winnipeg is the place to be in the coming season.
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