Guide to Women’s Travel In

Canada

Canada’s Hidden Gems: Travel to Sidney-by-the-Sea, B.C. With Erin Davis

Canadian media personality Erin Davis calls her new hometown Sidney-by-the-Sea, B.C., “a sea change” from her Toronto life.

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Manitoulin Magic: Adventures in Nature

Manitoulin Magic: Adventures in Nature

Manitoulin Island in Northern Ontario offers women a taste of everything we love: unspoiled nature, plenty of hiking, stunning views from the Cup and Saucer Trail and a glimpse into Indigenous history and culture.

Glamping in Parry Sound, Ontario

Glamping in Parry Sound, Ontario

When Carolyn and I hatched our plan to explore Ontario towns both familiar and foreign this summer – staying in unique accommodations and creating a post-COVID scorecard to rate experiences on new safety criteria – I knew Muskoka needed to be on my list. And it needed to be a trip I took with my two daughters, ages 21 and 16.

Seeing Canada’s Great Lakes by Freighter

Seeing Canada’s Great Lakes by Freighter

The plan was to meet the ship in Hamilton Harbour and spend Friday night onboard in preparation for an early departure to Montreal on Saturday morning. The Algoma Strongfield would continue to Quebec City, another 24 hours of sailing.