Your meetings have wrapped and you have time to spare. Here are some suggestions on how to explore three Canadian cities if you're there for work.
June is National Indigenous History Month. Experience the power of the powwow across Canada in places like Winnipeg, Ottawa, Calgary and on Cape Breton Island.
Alberta's Black Foot Crossing Historical Park is celebrating history with their menu. Try fresh, locally sourced meals on your next visit to the museum.
Calgary's new Central Library is a glassy, swirling, sloping, $245-million space that reflects the community. Inside, you can see murals by Indigenous artists, spend time at the children's library or grab a coffee at the cafe.