The Niagara Whirlpool is an area of intensely turbulent water in the Niagara Gorge, below the Falls. It can been viewed from this antique aerial car ride.
DrFumblefinger visits Ottawa's Elgin Street Diner. A great place for breakfast, a burger, shake or poutine any time of day.
DrFumblefinger shares features of The Spirit of Haidi Gwaii, an imaginative sculpture by Haidi artist, Bill Reid, featuring creatures of Haidi mythology.
An unusual close look at one of the world's best-known natural attractions.
DrFumblefinger visits the popular Floral Showcase in Niagara Falls, where he learns about one of the slinkiest plants in the world.
DrFumblefinger visited the Rideau Canal when in Ottawa. It is one of Canada's UNESCO World Heritage sites.
DrFumblefinger visits Toronto's iconic City Hall.
Ottoman was pleasantly surprised to find this unexpected natural wonder within short driving distance from his home town of Thunder Bay.
It's spring, and if you live in the Great White North, you never know what type of weather Mother Nature will spring on you.
This life size statue of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson is located at the corner of Elgin and Albert streets in Ottawa, Canada, outside Canada's National Arts Centre.
The most unusual VW bug we've ever seen....with a vintage tow-truck for dessert.
Gumbo was visiting the beautiful Library of Parliament, situated as part of the group of buildings on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
A popular place for locals and tourists to gather in the Lake of the Woods town of Kenora is Ye Olde Chip Truck. DrFumblefinger explains why.
Toronto's Ontario Science Center has woven a new interactive show that highlights all the sources and roles of energy in our lives.
Situated on the TransCanada Highway in Kenora, Ontario, beside beautiful Lake of the Woods is Husky, one of the biggest fish you'll ever see.