Here’s something you probably don’t know: Canada’s produces ninety percent of the world’s mustard seed. Ninety. Percent. Robin heads to Regina and Saskatoon to investigate fine mustard in Saskatchewan because it’s time we give Canada’s contribution to global cooking its fair due in the mustard-yellow spotlight.
Did someone say fall foliage? Summer might be over, but Canada's shoulder season brings a riot of colour, and no shortage of places to experience it.
From Baddeck to Saskatoon, Woody Point to Vancouver, Sally Wells opens the book on Canada's best literary festivals. Meet Canada's best authors, participate in a variety of events, and celebrate through talks, workshops, panels and performances. Despite the best efforts of Pokemon, the power of the written word is stronger than ever.
Once the end of the line, the small town of Ogema, Saskatchewan offers the province's only full sized tourist railway, complete with costumed train robberies, fascinating history, and the best Italian food this side of Naples.