While Canada is known the world over for its spectacular mountainous scenery, less attention is given to city life north of the USA border. Here's a quick guide to the some of the best urban tourism on offer in the Land of the Maple Leaf
If you're seeking lots of exciting outdoor adventures while on a gap year, there is perhaps nowhere quite like Canada.
What country offers the broadest range of landscapes in the entire world? Yep, you guessed it - the USA. Although this vast and fascinating country does not have the well-known backpacker network and traveller’s infrastructure of destinations like Australia, there are numerous tours designed for gap year adventurers. Even better news - we’ve found the best ones for you!
Gap year travellers can get even more out of their Canadian adventure with the low cost sale from VIA Rail Canada. Starting today, long-distance train tickets are available for 50 per cent off, including sleeper car journeys.
Get the ultimate guide to your gap year destination on your Google Android phone this December for just $0.99 (£0.64) with the Compass City Guide app sale from Lonely Planet. Hi-tech travellers can pick up augmented reality guides to 25 worldwide cities for this low price until Christmas Day.
There's more to Canada than just skiing, and the new brochure from Prestige Holidays aims to prove just that. See the Northern Lights in Yukon, go dog-sledding or brave the cold on an ice hike.
Expedia is offering double Nectar points on all Canadian flights book before the end of November, meaning you can enjoy a home-cooked farewell dinner for less.
The Candian resort in British Columbia has made a range of improvements to its slopes for the upcoming snow season in Canada's Rocky Mountains.