Have you ever wondered why it was called Mer Bleue, since it’s neither a sea nor particularly blue?
We’ve done a geotour to a beach in a forest… but this week we’re going a little more traditional with a beach on a river.
Up until 1908, the Chaudière Falls had been a major tourist attraction that rivalled even Niagara Falls. Some people even preferred it to Niagara.
Up until this week you’ve been able to drive right up to our geotour locations. This time, we’re adding some serious exercise and a healthy dose of adventure to our geotour choice.
After what was bound to be a difficult week, working from home in this heat, this weekend calls for more of the same. It’s another hot one here in the city and we’ve lots of great ways to keep cool in this week’s edition of the Weekend Roundup!
Stromatolites are only found in a few spots in Canada. We’re lucky to have some clearly visible ones in the region at the base of the Champlain bridge, on the Quebec side of the river. They are the most easily accessible ones in Canada.
Welcome to your second weekend this week!
Just south and a little west of the big box stores of Merivale and Hunt Club lie the Pinhey Forest Dunes. So after you’ve hit the stores, you can hit the trails and dunes.
You’re not travelling anywhere exotic this summer, so where should you be spending your 613 summer staycation? Apt613 has some ideas on places that will satisfy your day-tripping needs
A grassroots team of runners made the trek around Ottawa’s 360 kilometre perimeter. While the team expected to take 30 hours to finish the race, they finished in exactly…
After a wildly successful inaugural event, The Ottawa Adventure Film Festival (OAFF) is back for 2018 and even bigger than before.
It’s like a cross between Pokémon and orienteering.
Looking for a way to take advantage of great fall weather? Here are a bunch of local free community fitness options to check out every day of the week.
Read on to see where you’ll find us this summer, and let us know where we should go next!
This past weekend, Theatre in the Bush brought Northern culture with a spirit of adventure to Canada Scene for a three-night, sold-out run at Mackenzie King Estate.