Toronto isn't your average Canadian city. With an urban edge and unabashed embrace of everything new, Toronto isn't afraid to experiment with fashion, restaurants and nightclubs.
If you find yourself yearning to burn calories between visits to Canada's national parks and trying the nation's award-winning wines, you might want to set aside an hour or two for working out so that you can stay energized during your unforgettable vacation.
Victoria's Festival of Food and Wine is the city's most anticipated culinary event of the year, attracting thousands of visitors to taste mouth watering cuisine for an entire weekend.
Vancouver is a meeting place for an array of international cultures after decades of immigration from France and China. Its multiculturalism is best represented during annual festivals that showcase dances, traditions and food.
From May 18-26, Canadian rail tour passengers making their way to Vancouver may want to stop at a local pub or brewery during this year's Craft Beer Week.
Summerside, located on Prince Edward Island, has hosted the Lobster Carnival for 56 years, and for their annual celebration, thousands of locals and visitors make their way to the shores to have fun in the name of the delicious crustaceans.
Traveling enthusiasts who are gearing up for a fun-filled summer can start planning an adventurous tour across Canada by train, which is a perfect way to view the magnificent northern landscape while taking advantage of the nation's great outdoors.
Canadian rail trips passengers should prepare for a day of feasting on smoky baby back ribs and and red-hot chicken wings during this year's Beach BBQ and Brews Festival in Toronto.
From June 16-24, passengers on a Canada train tour can get a taste for the best wines in eastern Canada during the Niagara New Vintage Festival.
On the third week of every June, Canadians and tourists in Comox Valley on Vancouver Island enjoy a weekend of live music, local beer and nearly every variety of shellfish imaginable.