Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 18, 2017

Travel News

Travel News

Ai Weiwei in NYC

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has just installed numerous security fences throughout NYC and they’re likely the most beautiful ...

Alone underground

If the thought of wandering alone in a dark underground cave is your idea of an adventure, you’ll ...

A theatre in the Alps

A new theatre has recently opened in Switzerland and we’re certain you’ve never seen anything like it. Julier ...

Denmark’s House of Bricks

The ultimate LEGO playground opened in September. Located in Billund, Denmark, the birthplace of the beloved building brick, ...

The bike stops here

The coolest and largest cycle-park in the world is now open in Utrecht, Netherlands

Hanging in the Swiss Alps

The longest bridge in the world is open now

Hilton’s Tru midrange hotels

Millenials will love them -- and you probably will too

Montreal's Queen E reopens

The Phase 1 renovation of the famous hotel is complete

Museums by the numbers

The art and artifacts that everyone wants to see

Tokyo to infinity and beyond

Yayoi Kusama gets her own museum

BC’s new nature trail

Now open: the 13-kilometre Sooke Hills Wilderness Trail connecting Greater Victoria with the Cowichan Valley and closing the ...

Canadian + Indigenous art come together

A revamped space opens at Ottawa's NGC

Dr Seuss stories come to life

There’s a new Dr Seuss museum in Springfield, MA and, as expected, it’s a huge hit with kids. ...

The best island for seeing stars

Great Barrier Island or Aotea, its Māori name, is the first island in the world to be designated ...

The Wright drive in Wisconsin

There’s a new Frank Lloyd Wright Trail in Wisconsin, the state the American architect was born in 150 ...