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Like every big city, Toronto is a collection of neighbourhoods, each with its own style, vibe and scene. You might find yourself in a shopping mecca in the morning, a historic market around lunchtime, and surrounded by popular bars at night. Here’s a look at 5 of Toronto’s major neighbourhoods and what you might expect...
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Almost like an ocean — that’s how enormous Lake Ontario seems. One of five North American Great Lakes, the 19,000-square-kilometre freshwater body is flanked on the southeast by New York State and Toronto, Ontario on the west. It has 1,145 kilometres of beautiful shoreline, including offshore islands. And as you might imagine, the shores are lined with tree-filled parks, sandy...
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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. They say that the journey can be as rewarding as the destination, and that adage certainly holds true in Alberta. From expansive fields of yellow canola, to jagged...
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Toronto is famed for its colorful, lively neighbourhoods. Perhaps the best known is the pedestrian-only Distillery Historic District east of downtown, with some of the best-preserved 1800s-era industrial architecture in North America. It’s a national historic site and you’ll see why: the area showcases the handsomely refurbished 1830s Gooderham and Worts Distillery, once the world’s largest whiskey producer. You’ll find...
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The biggest city in Canada, Toronto might also be the busiest. Dozens of festivals of all kinds fill the calendar year-round. No matter what kind of music, dance or film you’re into, there’s a big event with your name on it. We’ve put together a list featuring some of the top festivals in Toronto, so...
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You probably know Kelowna for its reputation as being the heart of Canada’s wine country, but don’t be fooled — this eclectic year-round destination has a lot more to offer than just internationally recognized food and drink. View this post on Instagram Time to lace up those skates! Where's your favourite outdoor rink in the winter? Photo taken at...
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For lots of travellers, winter is king in Whistler. But spring is just as good (maybe better!) for skiing and snowboarding and there’s still the same vibe in the village, but with a bit more room. Do as the locals do and discover what makes spring in Whistler great. Stay out a little later View...
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For a truly off-the-beaten-path island getaway, the ocean-kissed Vancouver Island, voted no. 3 island in the Americas by Condé Nast readers, is the ideal place to relax, restore and recharge. To immerse yourself in the vibrancy and laid-back atmosphere of this west coast destination, take one of these five road trips from the island’s main cosmopolitan...
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The largest tract of unspoiled temperate rainforest on earth sits on the north east coast of British Columbia, and it’s just waiting for you to explore it. The Great Bear Rainforest is a magnificent natural wonder. It’s a diverse ecosystem, home to three species of bears and countless other land and marine animals. It’s also a...
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The Haida. The Tsimshian. The Nuu-chah-nulth. The Stó:lō. The Ktunaxa. These are just some of the over 50 First Nations of British Columbia, some of which have inhabited the region for 12,000 years. The province is home to the highest diversity of First Nations societies in Canada, each with its own language, traditions, and history....
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