Ever wonder how Atlantic Canada, with only 2.3 million people, annually draws almost three times that number of tourists (about 6 million in 2017)? Surveys say it’s because this place offers an ideal mix of nature, culture and hospitality. Here, then, are the region’s top 10 attractions in no particular order

Roots, Rants and Roars is a two-day food festival that takes place annually in Elliston, Newfoundland. Photo by Gabby Peyton EDITING THIS PARTICULAR ISSUE hit me like a smack in the face. See, I long ago decided I’d never vacation outside of Atlantic Canada during …

For most Atlantic Canada visitors, airports are their first and last point of contact. Here’s what to region’s ground crews are doing to ensure that the experience is a memorable one

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August 24, 2015 // 1 Comment

Some critics charge that travel media aren’t entirely objective. Do destination planners get what they play for when they play host to members of the travel press? Does the public notice – or care?

No matter how good the food, or how nice the hotel room, it’s the people who make or break the visitor experience. Atlantic Canada’s hospitality staff reveal what it takes to be on the front lines

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