I knew I was in trouble when I attempted to stand. Something inside me dropped like a cannonball, and I heard the strangest creaking from the connective tissues of my midriff. “Pace yourself,” Tomoko said...
What happened in 1780 on Missinaibi Lake, in the remote boreal forest of Northern Ontario, was the beginning of a corporate battle unlike any other in history. Our mission is to spend seven days paddling and scuba diving a crucial section of the Missinaibi River, including the fort where Leask and Smith fled for their lives that summer.
In the northernmost region of Quebec, where the Inuit have lived for centuries, the Nunavik tundra and Koroc River and Torngat Mountains converge on a corner of the planet where the Arctic light shines.
Africa and The Winds of Change: How the Heroes of the Anti-Apartheid Movement Changed My Life. By Charlie Nixon
While in southern Africa as a volunteer in the 1970s, Canadian Charlie Nixon had a chance encounter with Steve Biko and other heroes of the anti-apartheid movement. That experience would dramatically reshape his life.
India's railway system is not only one of the most spectacular in the world it’s also one of the largest—criss-crossing the country with more than 120,000 km of track.
Both Egypt and Sudan claim ownership of the Halayeb Triangle, a 20,000-square-kilometre piece of smooth desert and lush coastal scenery. Now, after decades of struggle, it’s finally—barely—open to tourists.
One cyclist traces Marco Polo’s trail through deserts and over mountains along the back roads of China.
The mountains of Mustang, Nepal, a rugged chunk bordering on Tibet, are likely meant to be hiked. But here's what's it like to see them by motorbike.
Rugged travellers may be drawn to drive across the fringes of Uzbekistan, but be warned: don’t do it in a Ford Fiesta.
All work, no play once made the Korean capital a sober and somber city. But the dictators are gone, the economy is booming, and the culture and nightlife are exploding.