DrFumblefinger visits Centennial Park, built to feature an old logging camp. The attractions at the park are popular with families, especially in the summer,
A travel agency has rounded up a new idea for itinerary planning: visit the places that used to be famous!
DrFumblefinger visits the (allegedly) haunted Trowbridge Falls in Thunder Bay.
DrFumblefinger visits Hazelwood Lake, one of the 250,000 lakes in the province of Ontario.
DrFumblefinger came across this simple parade in celebration of Canada Day last July 1st.
Gumbo was visiting the historic Welland Canal, which bypasses Niagara Falls and provides navigatable passage between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the street art he spotted in Thunder Bay.
Gumbo was visiting the Peace Tower, the tallest structure in Canada's Parliament buildidngs in Ottawa.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed the creative sign at the entry of Mission Island Marsh.
A symbol of how much Canadians love their hockey! A special monument outside of the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto commemorates a great Canadian victory over the Soviet Union's hockey team in 1972.
DrFumblefinger revisits the Hockey Hall of Fame and is impressed with the depth and diversity of its many displays and trophies.
DrFumblefinger visits a beautifully restored CNR caboose in Thunder Bay, on the shore of Lake Superior
DrFumblefinger is pleasantly surprised to find this beautifully restored DC3 aircraft sitting at the Thunder Bay airport. The plane had flown paratroopers to the D-Day invasion and had been restored for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
DrFumblefinger shares images of a group of adults enjoying the space of Parliament Hill's front lawn in Ottawa.
DrFumblefinger visits the Thunder Oak Cheese Farm, where you can see Gouda cheese being made and have the chance to sample and buy some top quality gouda.