Now that we are smack dab in the middle of winter, it’s time to start thinking about your next great escape because nothing shakes off the winter doldrums better than a break from the daily grind.
Canadians love to travel. We're adventurous and we like to explore. It’s a big world out there and based on the top 13 destinations favoured by Canadian travellers we’re all over the map…literally.
Ontario’s plan to scrap out-of-country health insurance coverage through the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) is now in effect. As of January 1, 2020, what little coverage the program for emergency medical services provided Ontario travellers while outside of the country is no longer available.
With the advances in technology, travellers have more payment options available to them while abroad.
From staying hydrated to getting acclimated to higher elevation, here are the tips to prevent altitude sickness and have a successful trip.
Canadian students studying abroad need emergency medical, dental, and travel insurance. If they stay abroad longer than 212 days they will interrupt their provincial health plan coverage.
The potential for your luggage to be lost while travelling is a reality, but what can you do to minimize the risk?
From saving money to looking out the window at beautiful nature, travelling by ground can make for a great vacation.
Heard about mistake airfares online? Here's how to watch for ticket pricing mistakes so you can snag that deal on your next trip.
One out of every six people in Canada are at least 65 years of age and this is expected to grow in the coming years as the youngest baby boomers hit this important milestone. And, as this population increases, so too will the number of people who follow the sun’s warmth when winter approaches.