FestivalSeekers is your guide to interesting and yet to be discovered festivals and experiences happening all around you.

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    The Toronto Raptors won their first NBA Championship in franchise history, defeating the Warriors 114-110 to bring the title north of the border for the first time ever. Fans have been celebrating the victory all over Canada. Check out all the excitement here.

  • It’s already shaping up to be a summer of festival fun. Picture yourself whooping it up at a stampede, trying out your first triathlon (or cheering on your sporty friends from the sidelines), or listening to some amazing young musicians playing classical music surrounded by the ocean on B.C.’s beautiful Sunshine Coast.

  • Like any season from ski season, golf season, baseball, football…any of them, any aficionado gets itchy feet as the season comes closer. So, it’s no surprize that festival lovers are anticipating the season. Who will be on the line-up at your favourite festival? Only the organizers and the singer’s agents know for sure.

  • It's that time again. Beers on the patio, Frisbee at the park and best of all - OUTDOOR FESTIVAL TIME! Spread out the calendar and grab the felt pen and start circling dates for an epic summer.  

  • Festival season is here and that means road trip!

    If you're the one packing up the car, have we got a few great ideas and some cool gear that will make to a breeze and have you on your way no time.

  • Medicine Hat may be known for its natural gas, but I discovered it also has a wonderful reputation for a fuel of a different kind - caffeine.

  • I’d always been intrigued by Haida Gwaii, back to when I was in elementary school, when it was called the “Queen Charlotte Islands." Tucked about 130 km off the northwest coast of British Columbia, the archipelago is sometimes referred to as “Hawaii Gwaii” or the "Galapagos of Canada” because of its vast coastlines and abundant wildlife.

  • Popping up from the prairies in the southeast corner of Alberta are the highest hills you’ll find between the Rockies and Labrador.