Performance art enthusiasts on a train tour of Canada may want to stop in Montreal during the city's visually stimulating Festival Transameriques.
Quesnel is a stunningly beautiful city located in the heartland of British Columbia, where quaint town charm meets the illustrious Rocky Mountains.
More than 200 international teams will make their way down Toronto's waterfront on massive wooden boats fronted by traditional Chinese dragon carvings.
The all-American hamburger is undoubtedly one of the most popular foods in North America.
At the Ottawa International Jazz Festival, visitors on Canadian railway tours have the opportunity to see a line-up of diverse and talented musicians all in one place.
It takes about 5,000 eggs to feed a community in Canada.
People planning Canadian train vacations this spring should stop at Jasper National Park, where Marmot Basin will be overflowing with locals taking part in numerous festivities to commemorate the new season.
Nearly 150 years of Canadian history resides in Calgary, where in 1875, the Northwest Mounted Police built a small wooden fort that eventually became the foundation for this metropolitan city.
The Inside Out Toronto Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival seeks to teach locals and international visitors about the diversity of art produced by and catered to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) community.
At the Spring Okanagan Wine Festival this May, guests will get the chance to discover which Okanagan winery crafts the best icewine, pinot noir or sauvignon blanc.