By Lucas Aykroyd | August 1, 2016

Roxy Music’s Bryan Ferry plays the Festival d’été de Québec on Ju

By Lucas Aykroyd | July 19, 2016

LB Distillers is just one of Saskatoon’s A-list alcohol purveyors. Photo:

By Lucas Aykroyd | April 22, 2016

You might not think of Grand Forks, North Dakota as a culinary mecca. But its st

By Lucas Aykroyd | March 17, 2016

The ancient Greeks believed everything was made up of earth, water, fire, and ai

By Lucas Aykroyd | February 22, 2016

Red Square is the centerpiece of Moscow with the Kremlin and Lenin’s tomb.

By Lucas Aykroyd | February 13, 2016

Machu Picchu is the Wayne Gretzky of Peruvian tourist attractions. Photo: Lucas

By Lucas Aykroyd | February 10, 2016

The Tukayev Mosque, nearly 200 years old, is a landmark in hockey-mad Ufa, Russi

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Exotic, colourful statues dot the courtyard outside the Coombs Emporium near Par

By Lucas Aykroyd | February 1, 2016

When Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was elected, he shocked Ottawa by vo

By Lucas Aykroyd | January 11, 2016

I’m staring at an enormous silver head. Stationed outside the chic Quadrio sho

By Lucas Aykroyd | December 21, 2015

George Bernard Shaw lends his name to Niagara-on-the-Lake’s theatre festiv

By Lucas Aykroyd | December 14, 2015

In this stunning, previously unreleased segment from The National, the flagship

By Lucas Aykroyd | December 2, 2015

Bears and glaciers are cool, but they don’t talk. Tourism in Alaska needs a st

By Lucas Aykroyd | November 25, 2015

Psychedelic rock glory isn’t, perhaps, the first thing that comes to mind when