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Tiny Tempe offers tantalizing lifestyle

Posted on April 26, 2018

By Mansoor Ladha Bordered by Phoenix (pop. 1.6 million) on the west, Scottsdale (265,645) on the north, (247,477) on the south, and Mesa (484,587) on the east,… Read More »

More to Phoenix than great weather

Posted on April 4, 2018

Phoenix, Arizona, needs no introduction, especially to snowbird Albertans, fleeing from harsh winters at home. It’s their second home – home away from home. Phoenix… Read More »

Downtown hotels essential for Toronto visitors

Posted on February 14, 2018

Whenever I visit a strange city, I prefer not to drive. I choose to stay somewhere downtown so that most restaurants and tourist attractions are… Read More »

Robson Street a study in contrasts

Posted on February 7, 2018

Robson Street in Vancouver, B.C., is a major street with a world-class downtown shopping district which lights up at holiday time. No matter what the… Read More »

Christmas comes to life in Toronto

Posted on December 20, 2017

Who would have imagined that Canada’s second-largest city, Toronto, could be considered as a popular, sought-after Christmas destination? The city, with being the country’s largest… Read More »

Learn about Quebec through agritourism

Posted on October 11, 2017

Visit to an alpaca farm one way to experience a different part of the province By Mansoor Ladha During a recent visit to an alpaca… Read More »

Tourists discover a Quebec favourite

Posted on September 13, 2017

When native Quebecers hear the word poutine, they don’t usually think of Vladmir Putin, Russia’s president, says Danis, my guide in Quebec City. She is… Read More »

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