Maureen Littlejohn

Maureen Littlejohn is a Canadian award-winning journalist who has practiced her craft around the world including in the United States, Africa and Vietnam. She currently has a keen eye for detail and has a deep appreciation for the “East Meets West” approach of Culture Magazin. Travel is her passion and she is happy to be able to share her adventures on a regular basis with the magazine's readers.

A Legend Loved Worldwide Hits Home

As a child, there was nothing I liked better than swashbuckling movies about Robin Hood and his Merry Men who lived in England’s Sherwood Forest. I had a special reason. One of...

Sault Ste. Marie’s Spectacular Scenery Calls

In autumn, Ontario’s landscape is ablaze with the fiery reds and oranges of leaves changing colour before they drop to the ground. This is one of the best times to visit Sault Ste....

Fore!

My feet are firmly planted on the tee box and I look down at a little white sphere sitting delicately on its wooden perch near my toes. Lightly gripping the driver, my...

A Taste of Montreal

Montreal is a city infused with joie d’vivre and on a recent trip I learned why. It’s the food. Although I was in town for a business meeting I made sure I...

The Eyes of the World Were Upon Them

The trip had been on my mind for some time. I wanted to take a memory-making river cruise with my elderly father. But where to?  Searching online I found the perfect combination...

Philadelphia’s Flower Power

North America’s oldest and largest horticultural extravaganza, the annual Philadelphia Horticultural Society (PHS). Philadelphia Flower show, embraced the theme of Flower Power this year and delivered a universal message that transcended cultures...

Celebrate Our Flying Friends

When the weather starts turning warmer, the sky fills with certain travellers who fly great distances for their annual trip to Canada. Southern Ontario is a particularly attractive spot for our feathered...

Authentic Tenerife

There are two separate realities in Tenerife, largest of the seven Canary Islands. The southern end of the island is a beachy playground full of vacationing sun seekers while the rocky landscape...

Traipsing Through Toronto’s Tasty East End

Toronto’s lower east end is full of fascinating history, and good food. Riverside, Corktown and the Canary districts are some of the oldest in the city and the stories run deep. What...

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