TravelPlaces of a Lifetime 2 Minute Read Like most Canadians, residents of Ontario have a love affair with fresh water and they’re working harder than ever to make it last. Groups like the newly formed
People enjoy the natural water falls at High Falls, also the site of the High Falls Generating station on the North Branch of the Muskoka river in Bracebridge Ont. (J.P. Moczulski for The Globe and Mail)
Peter Freed is sitting in the back of a golf cart that's trundling across his Doug Carrick-designed championship golf course set against the dramatic rolling hills of Muskoka, a region more than one major
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. has closed both of its publications in the Muskoka region, blaming financial losses and low readership. What's Up Muskoka, a weekly, and Muskoka Magazine, published 10 times
The owner of a 19th Century cottage in Gwynedd has been ordered to restore its original features. Permission was granted in 2007 for an extension and cow shed conversion at Ty'n y Ffridd, near Bala. But
At Hudson Woods, architect Drew Lang creates a modern community with a strong local flavor. This dual weekend getaway and workshop allows a New York City architect and her husband to recharge and create.
Bradwell, Derbyshire I stopped to watch a buzzard hanging off the wind For years, I’d avoided Brough Lane. The rough track climbs steeply up a ridgeline south of the Hope Valley, but its wild views of
Quirky vintage touches This diminutive waterview cottage is owned by drummer Simon Kirke, best known for Free and Bad Company. It's suitably unconventional with quirky vintage touches (metal tiles on and
Located right across the street from the Ocean View Playground, 122 Montana is an adorable 1908 cottage with two bedrooms and one bathroom that recently came to market for $499,000. The home is only 800
Travel Despite incoming Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s vow to legalize recreational marijuana “right away,” travelers thinking of heading north to get high are in for a buzz kill. While Trudeau’s
Ottawa will spend $30-million over three years to boost tourism promotion in the United States, hoping that the lower loonie and strengthening economy south of the border will send more tourists northbound.