Events & Festivals in Canada - Dates, Locations and Travel Advice
10 Crazy Canadian Festivals
See 10 of the most unusual festivals that bring out the crazy in Canadians.
Québec Winter Carnival, Québec City - Visitors Guide
The Québec Winter Carnival is the biggest winter carnival in the world and is celebrated annually at the end of January until mid-February. No sense in fighting the cold -- embrace and celebrate it.
Prince William and Kate Middleton's Visit to Canada
Prince William and Kate Middleton choose Canada as the destination for their first official visit together after their marriage in April 2011.
Divine Performing Arts World Tour in Canada
Divine Performing Arts - Divine Performing Arts, Classical Chinese Song and Dance in Canada
Christmas Windows at The Bay, Toronto, 2008
"Enchanted Christmas" Windows at The Bay, Toronto, 2008
Top 10 Festivals in Canada - The Best Festivals in Canada
Listing of Canada's most popular events and festivals.
Best Winter Festivals and Events in Canada
Have fun freezing your tushie off at these fabulous winter festivals and events in Canada.
Winterlude, Ottawa - Visitors Guide
Every February, Ottawa - Canada's national capital - hosts Winterlude, one of North America's greatest winter festivals.
Haunted Canada - Ghost & Graveyard Walks in Canada
Haunted Canada - Ghost & Graveyard Walks across Canada, Halloween walks in Canada
Toronto Santa Claus Parade - Guide to Visiting the Santa Claus Parade
Guide for visitors to the Santa Claus parade in Toronto - best viewing spots, parking, time and date and more.
Santa Claus Parades in Canada - Santa Claus Parades in Major Canadian
Santa Claus Parades in Canada - Find Santa Claus Parades in Major Canadian Cities
The Calgary Exhibition & Stampede, Calgary, Alberta
Every July, Calgary hosts "The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth." The Calgary stampede is a celebration unlike any other in Canada that includes rodeos, chuckwagon races, concerts, a midway and more.