Going out into the world can be a bit overwhelming. There are many important rules, additional expectations, and a lot more signage to pay attention to. Even though these changes seemed strange at first, they are in place to keep you safe and must be taken seriously.
Trip Inspiration | Haldimand
Thursday, April 1, 2021 10:00 AM by Ontario by Bike
If you and your bike are on auto pilot, cruise mode on the trails around home base, having done the same circuits many times over this spring and summer, why not take your cycling to the next level and pedal somewhere new.
You’ve heard the saying “nature heals,” and it’s true. Scientific studies show that being in nature lowers stress, elevates mood, improves sleep, increases productivity, and even creates pleasant feelings. We need all of these now more than ever after long periods spent indoors.
Staying home, safe, and social distanced means that you aren’t traveling during the colder months. If being home at this time of the year is new to you, or even if it isn’t new, challenge yourself to be as open to new experiences as you’d be on vacation. Locals often overlook the amazing experiences within their own backyards because they aren’t in the “tourist mindset”.
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 9:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Did you know this February marks Canada’s 25th Black History Month being recognized by the House of Commons? We’ve had 25 months dedicated to learning about Black history to pave a brighter path forward, to combat systemic racism and create a place for equality. Most of us would agree that there is still a lot more work to be done.
Wednesday, December 16, 2020 11:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Independently owned small businesses are the heart of communities. They are owned by your neighbours and not only are they investing their livelihoods into the towns and cities we call home but also sharing their passions with you.
Monday, December 7, 2020 2:00 PM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
We’re all spending more time with remotes in our hands, making our way quickly through our video libraries and scrolling one, or many, streaming services. No matter what you're watching, you can’t have a binge session without something yummy to go along with it. Thankfully we are spoiled for options in Ontario’s Southwest.