“Canada is a great country, one of the hopes of the world”
O Canada! You big beautiful and wonderful land.
Travel to Canada on your next solo or family trip.There is so much to love about Canada–it’s vast beautiful wilderness, indigenous culture, stunning coastlines, historic attractions, inspiring islands, amazing wildlife, welcoming people and incredible food.
On this page you’ll find stories that showcase the wonderful things that Canada has to offer in addition to stories that put a spotlight on its negative past with First Nations people and other people of color. In this respect, Canada is no different from any other country in the world but we share these stories to acknowledge our history and celebrate our humanity.
Travel to Canada as there is so much to explore. Canada‘s major cities are beautiful mosaics of multiculturalism. Some say that diversity is in Canada‘s DNA and friendliness is in its waters.
Delight yourself as you explore through our stories about Canada.
This Legacy Show was produced under our old name before we adopted “World Footprints”. Bundle up! This week, we head for Whistler, British Columbia one of the finest ski resorts in North America, and probably the world! And once the Olympics come there in 2010, the rest of the world … Read more Read moreCanada Experiences
Morning view of Lake Louise from our room. Photo: Tonya Fitzpatrick Our final day in Lake Louise, we awoke very early to take in the sunrise over the lake and mountains from our large picture window. This place is so beautiful that it brings tears to your eyes. This truly … Read more Read moreCanada Rail & Road Travel
Ian working away inside our Douglas Fir chalet. Photo: Tonya Fitzpatrick Last night we checked into a great resort—the Douglas Fir Resort & Chalets. The resort is set in a wooded area above the town in a remote area and we were given a very nice two-level, loft chalet. The … Read more Read moreCanada Rail & Road Travel
As we started the day a bit on the sleepy side, our taxi transported us to the Rocky Mountaineer Station on the outskirts of downtown Vancouver. Over 500 passengers were gathered in anticipation of a long journey from the coastal British Columbia rain-forest through the Canadian Rockies into the desert … Read more Read moreCanada Rail & Road Travel
We traveled to Milwaukee in 2010 and experienced one of the last of "The Great Circus" events that the city was to hold. Every year the legendary actor Ernest Borgnine threw on some face paint, clown shoes and his natural smile to lead the parade. We were so blessed to … Read more Read moreCanada Family Travel Events & Festivals