On a cross-border jaunt from Buffalo, Samantha finds a memorable park, and completes her collection of all five Great Lakes
DrFumblefinger shares photos of a statue, and a brief biography of Dr. Norman Bethune, a Canadian thoracic surgeon who became a hero to the Chinese Communist forces of Mao.
DrFumblefinger stumbles across this two centuries old fort -- site of a famous War of 1812 battle -- while making his way on foot to the Billy Bishop Airport from downtown Toronto.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the details of a tour of Parliament building in Ottawa.
DrFumblefinger comes across some interesting tree-art by this lake in northwestern Ontario.
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.