Icons of alternative rock The Pixies have survived the hair bands and glam-rock of the 1980s and re-emerged in the 21st century, still rocking and touring around the world.
Combining funk and punk since the 1980s, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have withstood the test of time with their ever-evolving lyrics and musical talent.
While many of the amazing destinations on a train trip across Canada do not require a car, some regions are not accessible by rail.
While touring the Rocky Mountains this spring, passengers on the trans Canadian railway will not be disappointed with the spectacular bright blue waters at Lake Maligne.
Known for its gourmet food and pristine landscapes, Charlevoix is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
While Jasper is known primarily for its beautiful Rocky Mountain scenery and excellent winter sports options, the Yellowhead Museum and Archives are a great place to learn about the area's human history that dates back more than 10,000 years.
Six Flags amusement parks are known for their high-octane roller coasters and rides, and in Montreal, La Ronde is no exception.
As the flowers begin to blossom while the frost melts, the Montreal Botanical Gardens are in full bloom with hundreds of buds and butterflies.
The Beach Boys, the Bee Gees and now the Avett Brothers are testaments to the musical bond between siblings.
In the heart of the waterfront in Halifax, Nova Scotia, sits the largest maritime museum in Canada.