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Arts & Culture

  • Leaders of the Pack
    In the Bag: On the Road

    Since winning a Juno award for adult alternative album of the year in 2013, Serena Ryder hasn’t stood still. After performing her hit “Stompa” for Jay Leno (and 3.5 million viewers), the Millbrook, Ontario, native officially launched her most recent album, Harmony, in the U.S. a few months ago, before embarking on her first American tour. We caught up with her before she took off again.

  • enRoute Film Festival 2013 Gala Video

    In case you missed this year's Air Canada enRoute Film Festival, here's a recap of the gala where we celebrated Canada's best budding filmmakers. Looking to be part of the action in 2014? Stay tuned for more info on how to enter the festival in April 2014.

  • Our Guide in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

    Fiddler Kimberley Fraser shares four of her favourite music haunts on the island, just in time for the Celtic Colours Festival.

  • enRoute edition
    My Montreal: An Interior Designer's Address Book

    Good luck finding a hot restaurant in Montreal that Zébulon Perron hasn’t designed. The tastemaker behind Furco, Grinder and Impasto shares his favourite eateries, antique shops and more.

  • Literature
    Ottawa's Literary Scene Stacks Up

    With underground poetry readings, glitzy literary galas and jam-packed writers festivals, Ottawa’s got the write stuff to be the nation’s literary capital.

  • Feature
    Gallery-hopping in Hong Kong

    The city is going from global financial capital to cultural hub.

  • enRoute edition
    Snapshot: October 2013

    An Instagram look at life in Montreal and Toronto.

  • Literature
    The Trailer

    Air Canada’s enRoute is a strong supporter of Canadian arts and is once again proud to be a sponsor of the CBC Literary Prizes. This month – as well as in our April and October issues – you can read the winning works of the country’s leading established and up-and-coming writers.

  • Arts & Culture
    Game on, Seoul

    In the South Korean capital, video game culture is not just a pastime, it’s a way of life (and a sport). Here are five spots in the city where you can take your skills to the next level.

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