When travelers think about Pop Art, names like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein may spring to mind. Individuals who want to learn about another pop painter should make their way to Quebec by October 7.
Most major cities have their fair share of buskers, or street performers. Toronto, Ontario, has enough jugglers and bucket drummers to have a festival.
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.
Travelers may have a go-to beer back home, but there is no reason why they shouldnât see what Canada has to offer in the brew department.
While fireworks light up the skies across the U.S. every Fourth of July, America is not the only country to celebrate summer with these pyrotechnics.
On August 5, passengers on a train tour of Canada can go to the Nova Scotia Folk Art Festival, where they can peruse through works by more than 50 local artists at the War Memorial Arena.
While Canadian rail trips are definitely fun, travelers who are looking to laugh are going to want to visit Montreal, Quebec, where they will find the gut-busting fun that is the Just for Laughs Festival.
Arlo Guthrie, Bonnie Raitt and Emmylou Harris are only a few of the all-star acts slated for the stage during this year's Edmonton Folk Festival.
Anyone can head to their local library, pick up a copy of "Hamlet" or "Romeo and Juliet," and escape into the colorful world of William Shakespeare.