Even for people who don't ski or snowboard, Lake Placid in New York’s Adirondack Mountains is a charming little town full of Olympic sites and museums, great shopping, fabulous independent hotels and awesome restaurants. There so many things to do...
Whether you’re stuck in a polar vortex or on a rainy coast, all of us Canadian young professionals (YPs) are starting to feel just that: stuck! We’re stuck at the office, stuck in our cars, stuck on the couch, and it’s starting to make us a bit crazy. Welcome to cabin fever. To combat this common Canadian condition, here are four tips to help us glide a little easier into (yes, it will come eventually) spring
The 14th edition of Montreal En Lumiere is just three short days away and the city is buzzing with excitement. The Quartier des Spectacles, Montreal’s cultural heart, will once again be where Montreal will congregate to celebrate one of our city’s coolest festivals
My cousin came to visit me from London (England) for the weekend, arriving on a miserably cold winter Montreal day. He was absolutely ill-prepared for this severely below zero weather, wearing his Nike Air Max sneakers, a sweater, covered by a jumper, and, finally, what we Montrealers would call a spring jacket
Montreal has really perfected the “how to have fun in the coldest conditions possible” mentality by keeping all of us too busy with amazing activities all over the city in the winter. On the top of this list is the annual Igloofest
À la marina du Yatch Club de Montréal dans le bassin du Quai de l’Horloge se trouve le tout premier village urbain de pêche sur glace au Québec, présenté par Pêche Blanche Vieux Montréal, et ouvrant son sol glacé le 12 janvier prochain
At the marina of the Montreal Yacht Club and the famous Clock Tower lies the first-ever urban Ice Fishing Village in Quebec presented by Pêche Blanche Vieux-Montreal, opening its icy ground on January 12th
As fall transitions into winter, there are few things more predictable than complaints about the weather; it’s either too cold, too rainy, too snowy, or too dark. Should you find yourself falling into this habit (which, let’s face it, does not make for great conversation), why not resolve to embrace winter, instead of fighting it?