Where to eat, drink, play and stay in Prince Edward County

A guide to Ontario’s always-evolving Prince Edward County

We bought an old ambulance and turned it into a home

“It’s our own little sanctuary on wheels”

I moved from Toronto to Guatemala to start a surf resort with my family 

“For the first few months, we lived in a temporary tiny house on the beach—a plastic tarp supported by bamboo.”

I took my EV out on a 15,000-kilometre transcontinental road trip. 

“I’m already looking forward to my next trip”

COVID-19 vaccine mandates for travel to be lifted

Tracing app reportedly also coming to an end; Canada-Denmark border dispute settled ; Trudeau tests positive; Canadians are feeling the debt crunch

The Hôtel de Glace ice moulds in their Valcartier, QC storage lot, shown in a long exposure image combined with another image that used light painting techniques. (Photo illustration by Roger LeMoyne)

Building Canada’s coolest hotel

Hôtel de Glace, a colourful, snowy fortress—made of 15,000 tonnes of artificial snow and 2,000 blocks of sculpted ice—will welcome visitors from Jan. 2, 2022 to March 20, 2022

A person waits in line during a COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Kingston, Ontario on Dec. 15, 2021. (Lars Hagberg/The Canadian Press)

Ontario will make booster shots easier to get

Politics Insider for Dec. 16, 2021: Feds scrambling over Omicron; Booster shots in Ontario; and no more gathering restrictions for unvaxxed Albertans

New COVID-19 travel measures cause confusion; and Freeland will give a budget update

Politics Insider for Dec 3, 2021: Omicron variant chaos; a financial reckoning coming; and an unpopular monarchy

Crews work on maintaining snow grooming machinery. (Photograph by Jimmy Jeong)

Welcoming the (vaccinated) world back to Whistler

After a long wait during the pandemic, the largest destination ski resort in North America is preparing to welcome vaccinated skiers back to the slopes