Spain has seen a sharp rise in bookings for this summer, but there's still capacity elsewhere in Europe
The capital of Ontario is blossoming beautifully as high summer approaches – and a fares war makes it cheap and easy to reach
'The trap was coming out of the water and you could just see the blue lobster glowing'
'I have no shame in showing how much my dad loved my mum. Never ever, ever'
'Spouses are thrust into the political world often without ever choosing it and sometimes without any support at all,' says Thornton
The Canadian Prime Minister must have known that his own spouse would have to stay silent if she was to avoid the clucking tongues of the most boring capital city in the world
Around 90,000 residents have already been forced to flee from the city
'I have three children and a husband who is Prime Minister. I need help,' says Ms Grégoire Trudeau
Weather improvements have aided firefighting efforts
Almost 100,000 people have been forced to flee the western Canada city
'In no way is this fire under control,' says Alberta premier Rachel Notley
The blaze, which has forced 80,000 people to flee their homes, has now burned an area larger than Hong Kong
The fire is raging in the heart of the country's energy economy
No injuries or fire related fatalities have been reported
The drug is making its way to the US at a time when fentanyl-related deaths in Canada continue to rise
Stark differences emerge across all four UK nations, too, as Government insists England's system is 'fair and sustainable'