FIND FARM FRESH NEAR YOU

From pick-your-own patches to pre-order and delivery, farmers’ markets to road side stalls, discover the diverse bounty of seasonal fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers that grow in Ontario. Not only will you love the fresh goodness of farm to table, you’ll also feel good for supporting your local farmers and gardeners. Below is just a…

24 Hours in Two of Ontario’s Most Artsy and Artisanal Villages

Soak up local arts and savour artisanal cuisine in the complementary communities of Clarksburg and Thornbury in Grey County, just 20 minutes from The Blue Mountains. The landscape is defined by craggy hills and deep valleys etched along the Niagara Escarpment, rolling fertile farm fields, apple orchards, woodlands, waterfalls and the meandering Beaver River that…

14 Holiday Markets That’ll Get You Into The Spirit Of The Season

It’s that magical time of year again! Get into the merry mood with festive entertainment, holiday carollers, sparkling lights, hot cider and mulled wine as you knock off your shopping list with one-of-a-kind gifts and homemade treats. The jolly man himself may even make an appearance at some of these events. Photo credit: Kingston Holiday…

Fall Road Trip: Twenty Valley to Niagara Falls

Just an hour from Toronto, you’ll find Ontario’s largest wine region. Twenty Valley features over 50 vineyards with many of the province’s best boutique wineries. But as you venture beyond the vines, you’ll quickly see so much more. First Stop: Bench Brewing, Beamsville Located in the historic Maple Grove Public School in Beamsville, Bench Brewing Co. marries…

8 Foodie Destinations In Ontario You Need To Savour This Fall

Calling all food fanatics! If you love good food and travel for exceptional culinary experiences, look no further than these epicurean Ontario destinations you’ll want to write home about (or at least post pics of). Image credit: Nikki McKean, Alo TORONTO’S TOP RESTAURANTS From Chinatown to Greektown, Little India to Little Italy, Vegandale to St….

4 Ways To Experience Indigenous Cuisine In Ontario

Do you know what bannock is? Ever tried a Blanket Dog, a Navajo Taco or a Trapper’s Snack? What about crushed strawberry or cedar tea? Bannock (or frybread) is a versatile unleavened bread that is baked or fried, and is often served alongside a stew or soup or as a dessert with blueberries or maple…