If you're anything like us here at Eat North, you'll feel warm and fuzzy inside on July 1st. It feels really good to be Canadian. We may not be the most powerful nation or the the most innovative (why aren't hoverboards commonplace yet?) but we are a ridiculously good-looking one, geographically, and the dynamic regional food that varies from province to province never cease to amaze us. And, let's not forget all of the quirky, uniquely Canadian treats like ketchup chips, Coffee Crisp chocolate bars and Caesars.
We tell stories that capture the essence of Canadian cuisine and while there are countless stories to tell, here's a cross-section of some great pieces that demonstrate just how vibrant Canada's food industry is.
Happy Canada Day!
If you’ve never heard of the Magdalen Islands, or Îles de la Madeleine, you’re not alone. This tiny archipelago, located northeast of Prince Edward Island, is actually a little-known part of Quebec sitting in the middle of the Gulf o
Sometimes you want to eat out, but aren’t too keen on having to take out a loan in order to do so. When austerity calls, check out some of Montreal’s best cheap eats and drinks.