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Ursula Maxwell-Lewis reflects on the passing Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Columnist Ursula Maxwell-Lewis travels to Japan
Columnist Ursula Maxwell-Lewis reflects on her days as an airline hostess in the 1960s in response to the recent United Airlines incident.
Columnist Ursula Maxwell-Lewis travels to a perennial P.E.I. favourite
Friendly locales and differing philosophies met while travelling through Rajasthan.
Museum pilots will participate in the Vimy Ridge commemorative fly-past in France this year.
On the trail of meringues and mysteries in Meiringen, Switzerland
From noisy streets to tranquil pilgrimage sites, there's much to experience.
Riding the rails in Switzerland for an exclusive trip inside a mountain
Picture concert venues, broadcast facilities, recording studios and interactive displays in one, connected complex
New exhibit reveals the innovative influence of the wife of Alexander Graham Bell
Art imitates life imitates art at a Vancouver Opera matinée presentation of Evita.
Remembering traditions old and new in anticipation of the 70th annual Cloverdale Rodeo and 128th Country Fair
Sometimes coach travel can be a good way to see a little bit of everything
Scots around the world celebrate the Bard of Ayrshire, my childhood homeland, a place of cliff top castles, sea caves and spectres
Contemplating the lifestyle of Old Order Mennonites during a meander through Ontario's Kitchener-Waterloo region
Baking with children stirs up priceless Christmas memories, writes columnist Ursula Maxwell-Lewis
Exploring Palm Springs from the back of a Jeep, a trusted guide leading the way, we uncover caramel coloured sandstone formations.
It's a rail celebration as a locomotive legend gets set to steam out of Kings Cross, to the delight of 'Train Spotters' everywhere.
I wind my way along streets flanked by grey stone buildings worthy of their UNESCO status, writes Ursula Maxwell-Lewis