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.

Saskatoon’s Cultural Surprises

Saskatoon has been getting a lot of attention lately, especially since it was named by the New York Times as one of the places to visit in 2018. Of 52 destinations listed,...

Niagara Parks: A Culinary Explosion

Driving along Ontario’s 56 km Niagara River Corridor, stretching from Lake Ontario to Lake Erie, I thought of my childhood visits to Niagara Falls. We’d ride the Maid of the Mist, get soaked...

Vancouver, Canada’s Beauty Queen

Vancouver is a city of unparalleled beauty. On a recent trip there I marvelled at the snow-capped mountains standing sentinel, the indigo blue ocean lapping the shore and the verdant lushness of...

Discovering the Wild Atlantic Way

In lovely Connemara, on the west coast of Ireland, you’ll find the longest defined coastal route in the world clocking in at a whopping 2,000 kilometres in length. On a recent trip...

Fight Aging with Vitamin C

Walking into the Beauty Room in Toronto’s Liberty Village, I immediately felt a sense of calm. The reception area was awash in sunlight, soothing music played and there was a slight floral scent...

Keeping on Beat at the Pow Wow of Champions

A kaleidoscope of swirling, twirling feathers and fringe had me in its grip. I was sitting in the stands of the Grand River Champion of Champions Pow Wow and the Men’s Fancy...

Revelling Like Royalty at Quebec City’s Castle on the Hill

Beloved by locals, and sought out by visitors from around the globe, Quebec City’s Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac reigns supreme in Canada’s oldest incorporated city. According to Trip Advisor, it is the...

From Vancouver Island to Sonora Island

Living as I do in Toronto, it is easy to forget about the beauty of British Columbia. But, this past summer I was reminded with a quick thwap upside the head. Mountains,...

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