15 Spots To See Fall Colours Close To Home

The season of crisp sweater weather and a kaleidoscope of spectacular colour is here! If you don’t happen to live close by to some of Ontario’s most legendary fall colour hot spots, we’ve got you covered. Here are 15 urban parks, greenspaces and trails to enjoy nature’s show, all while practicing physical distancing and staying…

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…

10 Ultimate Fall Color Lookouts In Ontario, Canada

Active, fresh air enthusiasts don’t need an excuse to get outdoors and enjoy a brisk walk or challenging hike. But for some of us, a little incentive is required to embark on a nature outing, and Canada’s fall season delivers just that. From climbing old fire towers to hiking rocky mountain cliffs, you’ll be rewarded…

6 Hot Trends In Ontario, Canada’s Cool Climate Wines

There’s never been a better time to be a wine lover in Ontario, Canada. The elegant and fresh flavors of cool climate wines are making huge waves in connoisseur circles worldwide, and Ontario’s unique appellations, distinct terroir and innovative winemakers are putting local wines on the map. Photo credit: Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery Rosé Is…

10 Fall Weekend Getaways In Ontario, Canada

The crisp air, dramatic color, cool events and harvest bounty combine to make fall the perfect season for a weekend adventure just across the border where your dollar goes about 30% further. So grab your passport and set out on a gorgeous autumn season getaway in friendly Ontario, Canada. Say ‘I Do’ To The Honeymoon…

10 Ultimate Ontario Fall Colour Lookouts

Active, fresh air enthusiasts don’t need an excuse to get outdoors and enjoy a brisk walk or challenging hike. But for some of us, a little incentive is required to embark on a nature outing, and Ontario’s fall season delivers just that. From climbing old fire towers to hiking rocky mountain cliffs, you’ll be rewarded…