Quebec, the province that was 'born under the lily and grew up under the rose', offers a rugged destination that's as curious as it is compelling.
Sauntering through the cobblestone lanes of old Quebec City, you can almost kid yourself you're in Paris.
There's is plenty to see in southern Ontario and neighbouring Quebec.
Visiting Quebec City and Montreal, then to the US. How should we do it?
My wife and I are spending Montreal for Christmas, aside from shopping and skiing, what would you suggest we do?
The best things to see, eat and do in the city of Quebec.
Not just a beautiful city, but central to a province that is passionate about good food.
It's got chips, cheese and gravy - and it's messy. What's not to like about poutine?