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January 26, 2018
Niagara is one of those classic Canadian destinations that has been a mainstay of travellers from across the globe for generations. That lasting power isn’t only because of the endless awe brought about by the thundering falls; It’s also the result of Niagara’s constant reinvention. There’s so much to see and enjoy in Niagara, you’ll...
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Framed by Hudson’s Bay to the north and the United States to the south, there’s a lot of ground to cover in Ontario. Being Canada’s biggest province, it’s not surprising that it’s home to some pretty awesome places to visit. From bustling cities to expansive wilderness, this province has something to offer you no matter...
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Big buildings, big festivals, and big adventure fill one of Canada’s biggest provinces. No wonder so many people come to visit.  Niagara Falls You might think that if you’ve seen Niagara Falls once, you’ve seen it all. But the roar of the water as you approach it, the mist you feel on your face as you look...
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Canada is one of the best places on the planet to see the Northern Lights and Ontario, in the country’s east, is no exception. Here’s your guide to where and when to see the best aurora borealis shows. No matter where you are, it’s sure to be a thrill. When to see the Lights View this post on...
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Check the most up-to-date travel restrictions, including border closures, before planning your trip and be sure to contact businesses prior to travel to book reservations and confirm availability. Quebec is the biggest province in Canada, meaning there’s a whole lot to see. We’ve gathered seven great road trip routes which will bring you to some...
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The Eastern Townships is a big collection of small cities, towns, and villages nestled in nature in south-eastern Quebec. This is where people build summer homes, rent cottages or stay at bed and breakfasts. The Townships actually have strong English roots. In the late 18th century, it was Americans, British Loyalists, and Irish and Scottish...
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The province of Quebec is a massive foodie destination. This post isn’t necessarily about that. This is about the dishes that have come to characterise the province and its people. These are the dishes that the locals eat at home or at the diner on the corner. They’re the guilty pleasures and the childhood memories....
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A safari and a hotel made of ice mix in with historical and natural wonders in Canada’s biggest province. The Canadian Museum of History The Canadian Museum of History is one of the country’s oldest museums, dating back to 1856. It also happens to be the most-visited in Canada, with 1.2 million annual visitors. So why...
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The Canadian Rockies are, quite simply, spectacular. No photo can truly capture the awe-inspiring experience of looking up at the soaring mountains, down into seemingly endless canyons, across ancient glittering glaciers, and into turquoise blue lakes so pristine and perfect it’s hard to believe they’re real Places to go The natural wonders of the Canadian...
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From forts to festivals, shopping to bar-hopping, Alberta’s capital city of Edmonton is an easy place to have a great time. The Art Gallery of Alberta – Credit: Edmonton Economic Development Corp. Attractions and events Looking for unique attractions and fun festivals? Look no further than Edmonton, which has plenty of both. At the top of the...
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