In Canada, writes Brian McKanna, poutine is more than a fad: “Poutine is not on the menu at The Globe in Montreal, but Chef David McMillan will serve up the French fried potatoes with duck skin sauce and Stilton upon request.”
On hot Saturdays in the summer, Vancouverites stream into Lynn Canyon Park, home to the only free suspension bridge in Vancouver, as well as natural water slides and pools.
Elizabeth Semmelhack, curator of the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, talks sneaker culture, Renaissance platforms, and and the odd history of high heels.
The diverse offerings and lively atmosphere of Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market have led some to call it the world’s greatest food market. Brian McKanna sends these pictures.
Danley Shackelford sends pictures from the Chinese New Year festivities in British Columbia, lion and dragon dances included.
Photographer John Goldsmith shares the story behind one of his favorite pictures from Vancouver: “Sometimes photos creep up on you. This is one of those moments.”