Best Places To Visit In Canada This Fall

Let’s face it, when the weather starts cooling down and fall quickly replaces summer, many of us start thinking of bringing out our warmer clothing and preparing ourselves for the winter ahead. Vacations and day trips are a thing of the past, and our minds skip straight into snowy landscapes and icy sidewalks. The thing is though, fall in Canada is one of the most beautiful times of the year, and there are plenty of places you will want to visit before it does get too cold. Here are our favourites. 


Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Named Canada’s Flag Bearers

When you think of Canadian figure skating, you can’t help but think of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. The duo have been part of the Olympics since the 2010 games in Vancouver where they won gold, and with this possibly being their final games the pair will get the ultimate honor. They will be the Canadian flag bearers for team Canada for the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Olympic games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.


Must-See Canadian Ballet Productions This Fall

We’re fortunate enough to have a variety of incredible ballet companies across Canada, which means that dance lovers don’t need to book a plane ticket to enjoy a spectacular performance. For Fall 2016, ballet enthusiasts can enjoy a number of world class performances which are taking place nationwide during October and November.