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Jun 6, 2019
Carry On: Out with the greenwash

GREENER AIR Carbon offsets for air travel keep your conscience and your carbon footprint cleaner. Air Canada partners with Toronto-based Less Emissions, making it easy to tack the cost on to your flight purchase: $30-$40, for instance, for Vancouver-Toronto return. Organizations...

Apr 10, 2019
Carry On: Brand new bags and packing for business trips

PUT THE “EH” IN SUITCASE Your travels may be global, but you can pack Canadian. Mississauga-based Heys International makes some of the world’s lightest hard-shell suitcases. The funky colours and fabrics of Vancouver-designed Herschel Supply Co. luggage complement its bags and...

Mar 25, 2019
Carry On: How free is duty-free?

Justus Parmar is the Vancouver-based managing director of Fortuna Investments, a venture capital firm that has raised more than $300 million for 125 early-stage companies. With a home in Los Angeles, offices from Toronto to Barbados and business in far-flung...

Feb 13, 2019
Carry On: Travel tips from Club Row founder Nathan Morris, plus how to fight cabin fever while flying

Fitness Entrepreneur Nathan Morris, who kicked a career in finance to start Burnaby’s Driftwood Athletics gym, has invented a made in- B.C. workout with Club Row. At the studio on Vancouver’s east side, “rhythm row” group workouts are set to...

Dec 18, 2018
Carry On: Tips for smooth travelling, packing and gifting over the festive season

As if crowded transportation hubs, inclement weather and family gatherings aren’t anxiety causing enough, there are less obvious holiday travel headaches. Here’s how to avoid a few of them. At an airport, whatever you pack might be inspected, even in checked bags.

Nov 28, 2018
Travel: How to eat on the road

Breakfast meetings, working lunches and business dinners are more important to work travel than you think. Just ask Oxford psychology professor Charles Spence, author of Gastrophysics: The New Science of Eating (like Freakonomics for the foodie set), which examines how...

Oct 23, 2018
Travel: Sun destinations below the equator

Think outside the typical sun vacation this winter to go farther south—as in the Southern Hemisphere, where you’ll find balmy summer conditions. “We have had clients who were in Sydney for business add on a trip to the Whitsundays or...

Sep 20, 2018
Travel: The best tips for packing light

Jennifer and Stephen Bailey, Cursor & ThreadThey’re making old-timey sartorialism casual-chic again, with dandy button-on suspenders and ties, scarves and pocket squares in cool fabrics, from linen to Japanese cotton. This Vancouver couple travel stylishly, efficiently and carry-on-only when visiting...

Aug 16, 2018
New-generation airport lounges and laser tag cruise ships

Cool summer Swim against the current this summer by going north. Norwegian Bliss debuts out of Seattle as the largest cruise ship to Alaska, with a racetrack and laser tag for the kids, Jersey Boys and Margaritaville dining for grown-ups. Or catch some Yukon...

Jun 20, 2018
Travel: In our new Carry On column, John Fluevog shares his tips for a better trip

FLYING BY THE SEATSeatGuru.com knows which aircraft seats don’t recline and which ones intersect head or galley traffic, but it doesn’t have this red-eye tip: right-side sleepers should book window seats on the plane’s right (left-side sleepers, the reverse) for...

Dec 20, 2017
Travel: Luxurious Fogo Island Inn is worth a trip to Newfoundland

You may blink when you glimpse the from the gravel service road: a pale slab floating like a rogue iceberg on a stark chunk of rock about 16 kilometres off the northeast coast of Newfoundland. Open the inn’s massive red-knobbed...

Dec 5, 2011
Travelling to Bialowieza, Poland

Going to the source 
for a vodka tour 
of Poland. I’m down on my hands and knees at 5 a.m. in the wet underbrush of the Bialowieza forest in northeast Poland, so close to the former Soviet border that my cellphone beeps with a text erroneously welcoming me to Belarus. My Lululemon pants are soaked in thick dew and fragrant mud – at least I think it’s mud. The dinner-plate-sized piles might just be the leavings of the huge, shaggy beasts...

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