Lifestyle

A Taste of the High Life

By George Coyle Deep beneath the earth in Épernay, France, ancient walls house millions of bottles of Moët & Chandon Champagne. If these magnificent chalk walls could talk they would undoubtedly say, “Cheers! Life is for toasting.” For centuries, this champagne has been synonymous with the best...

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Natural wonder

Michelle Valberg dishes on getting that once-in-a-lifetime shot and her love for the North By Janet Wilson Michelle Valberg has taken breathtaking photographs of wild animals on the move, massive icebergs, rugged landscapes and the sweet-smiling faces of Canada’s Inuit, but the one image she sought...

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Gold standard

Miami Beach’s affluent enclave of Bal Harbour offers a prime location with unrivalled amenities By Janet Wilson Stretching out on a yoga mat at Exhale Spa inside the Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, I feel my shoulders relax and tension slowly subside. Our instructor welcomes the hearty band of early...

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Proudly Canadian

Koyman Gallery, celebrating its 50th anniversary,  is the largest art emporium in the country By Paul Gessell Photography by Bruno Schlumberger Terry Koyman’s face lights up like a kid at Christmas as he describes the “joy” in the room when a customer falls in love with a painting and buys it...

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The Great Escape

Hurst Marina is a one-stop destination for all your boating needs By Patrick Langston Do you know what “coving” means? If so, you’re likely a veteran boater. If not, it’s the trending practice of boats tying up closely together in a cove so that everyone can swim, socialize and carry on in the...

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