With its famous architecture and storied history, plus contemporary hotels, restaurants, boutiques and culture to rival the Big Apple, the Windy City is a “second city” no more.
On the trail of Harriet Tubman’s Underground Railroad in the northeastern U.S.
From Carnival to the Ice Hotel, Quebec City revels in winter’s wonders
In Grande Prairie, the best surprise is discovering how the drop between the plateau and the riverbed creates exceptional cross-country skiing on rolling hills and snowy forest trails.
It took a lot of skullduggery and misfortune to make Bermuda what it is today. Pirates, smugglers, kings and castaways have all left their mark on this tiny fishhook-shaped North Atlantic archipelago, whose waters conceal a graveyard of more than 400 shipwrecks.
An AMA-commissioned survey shows most Alberta drivers couldn’t pass a learner’s test
Critical illness and long-term care policies take over where standard health benefits leave off
Email money transfers, BlackBerry banking apps, eBay shopping – the digital age has made it easier than ever to conduct financial transactions. But convenience comes at a cost.
In 2008, the Canadian Transportation Agency ordered WestJet and Air Canada to adopt a “one-person/one-fare” policy for disabled passengers on flights within Canada.
In 2009, the Alberta government released a report naming the top 10 driving errors that lead to collisions. All can be avoided by following the basic rules taught in driver’s ed.
Airbags and seatbelts affect what happens to occupants in a crash, and what they do depends on how you’re sitting. If you’re in the wrong position, they can be dangerous or even deadly.
AMA Road Reports are more mobile and more connected than ever.