Many people know Saskatchewan for its beautiful prairie nature, but there are two sides to the province. In addition to the wonderful outdoors, Saskatchewan is also home to city centres filled with entertainment, cultural landmarks, great dining and friendly locals. From festivals to fine dining, here’s how to experience urban Saskatchewan to the fullest. Saskatchewan's cities are full of fantastic
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Think a day at the spa is only about relaxing? While Thermëa by Nordik Spa-Nature is a fool proof way to shake off stress, it's also a full sensory experience. Discover how to engage all five of your senses at this outdoor spa that you can see, smell, hear, taste, and touch. See it all
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No matter the season, the Newfoundland and Labrador capital of St. John’s plays host to a wealth of outdoor exploration, festivals, shopping, and restaurants. The city is the oldest existing city in North America, with a rich history and distinct Irish and British heritage. Exploring its landmarks and rugged Canadian landscape, it won’t take you long
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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 out
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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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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 stately
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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 you
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Every great city has it’s cottage country. In the case of Toronto, Muskoka is the place to relax and leave the urban world behind. The reason? How about 1,600 lakes, 14,000 kilometres of shoreline, plus rivers, beaches, and rolling green countryside. This is the place to soak up some sun from morning until night, likely with a
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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 never
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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 up 50
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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
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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 of
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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 settlers
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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. If
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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 do so
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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 Rocky Mountains
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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 city’s attractions list is West
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If you can’t find your ‘home on the range’ where you live, Alberta is full of options to give you the cowboy or cowgirl experience of your dreams. Put on a cowboy hat and some spurs, and check out three great ways to live the Western life on a long weekend in Alberta. Day 1-2: Ride
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With unique attractions and a lively arts and cultural scene, Calgary is bustling with activity every season of the year. WinSport Attractions and events From the “Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth” to grizzly bears and yes, even dinosaurs, Calgary is bound to please. If you’ve ever watched the Olympics and thought to yourself, “I want to try that!” come to Calgary
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Experience the already scenic Canadian Rockies as they come alive with magical displays of autumn colour. By Travel AlbertaSharing everything you need to know to live your own adventure in breathtaking Alberta. Every fall in Alberta, travellers and locals alike flock to the mountains in search of something you might not even notice in the summertime: the humble larch
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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 rows
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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
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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
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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 place
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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. Aboriginal
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What is there to say about Vancouver that hasn’t already been said? It’s a place where you can go from the beach to the ski slopes in the same day; where you can eat the best Chinese food outside of China, indulge in ocean-fresh seafood, or dine on Canadian classics; where you can enjoy modern
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From the rainforest to mountain tops and the cities in between, British Columbia is full of wonders sure to leave you breathless. Credit: Butchart Gardens Butchart Gardens You don’t have to love flowers to enjoy the Butchart Gardens in Victoria. The gardens are home to fine dining opportunities, complete with local ingredients and wines. They host local art and entertainment, as
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Discover everything you need to know to explore beautiful British Columbia! Wild is British Columbia’s middle name. It’s a huge province of which more than two-thirds is unspoiled rainforest, mountains, and coastline. It’s also as varied as it is untouched — from arid desert and lichen-draped rainforest to glaciated peaks and wide-open grassland. The creatures are
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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. British Columbia is big and beautiful. Every corner of the province has some outstanding piece of nature, gorgeous panoramic view, or unique cultural experience that makes it worth
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By Destination BCDiscover everything you need to know to explore beautiful British Columbia! Just being in British Columbia, whether you’re a resident or a visitor, means proximity to nature. Always. No matter where in the province you are. Even deep in our urban centres, the natural environment has a profound impact on the people who call BC
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TIME ZONES Many Canadians don’t know that there are actually six time zones being used across the country. Make sure to keep time changes in mind as you make your way from one province or territory to another. The time zones are: *Pacific Standard Time (UTC -8): British Columbia, Yukon *Mountain Standard Time (UTC -7): Alberta, Northwest
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There are a whole lot of very good reasons to visit Nova Scotia, in Eastern Canada, and very few reasons not to, but one reason not to might be if you don’t like the water. The province is basically surrounded by big bodies of water on all sides, a fact which really shapes the local
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A former rum running and ship building port town, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, postcard-perfect Lunenburg is a fishing village of brightly painted British Colonial buildings built in the 1750s, about 60 kilometres from Halifax. Lunenburg is now a charming, walkable town, and a must-stop on any trip to Nova Scotia. Here’s what to
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Nearly everything in Nova Scotia revolves around the seaside, from bustling coastal cities, to historic waterfront sites, to beautiful hikes and scenic drives. Halifax Citadel - credit: Tourism Nova Scotia/Acorn Art Photography Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada For about two centuries, the Halifax Citadel — a large hill overlooking the city — served to protect the
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Cultural landmarks, great shopping and dining, and beautiful golf courses are just a few Charlottetown highlights. St. Dunstan’s Basilica The landmarks The Confederation Centre of the Arts is a great place to learn the history of Canadian Confederation with the help of a replica of the 1864 Confederation Chamber. Beyond this history, you can enjoy the work of Canadian artists
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The smallest province in Canada, Prince Edward Island proves that bigger isn’t always better. The island is full of small towns that always show visitors a good time. From beaches to baked goods, these tiny towns pack a big punch. The best part? You never have to drive very far to find one! If you’re ready
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Canada’s smallest province brings big attractions to the table, from the setting of a global best-seller to one of the world’s longest bridges. Confederation Centre of the Arts It was in Charlottetown, PEI, 150 years ago, that Canada officially became a nation. That important moment in time is memorialised and honoured in the Confederation Centre of the Arts,
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Known for its abundant seafood, exhilarating whale watching, and vast white-sand beaches, New Brunswick is also home to the Bay of Fundy, which boasts the highest tides on the planet. Flanked by the Atlantic Ocean, it’s a small province you can easily crisscross by car, meaning lots of sights with little stress. It’s also a bilingual Maritime community
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On the northeastern coast of New Brunswick, red, white, and blue flags still fly. These are the flags of Acadia, a colony of New France that settled on the North American coast during the 17th and 18th centuries. The descendants of these colonies wear this history proudly, continuing to showcase their French roots, language, and
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Whales are front and centre when it comes to New Brunswick attractions, but history, culture and outdoor fun are all part of a truly east coast experience. Bay of Fundy Rappel - Credit: New Brunswick Department of Tourism and Parks Bay of Fundy The Bay of Fundy, home to the highest tides in the world, is a true natural
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Saskatchewan is a prairie province, known for its beautiful open skies and acres of pretty farmland. Picture kilometres of neon-yellow mustard fields, orange sunflowers, and golden wheat swaying in the breeze. It's also home to 100,000 beautiful, clean, fresh water lakes with big sandy beaches, making this province the place for rest and relaxation by the shore. Or
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Many people know Saskatchewan for its beautiful prairie nature, but there are two sides to the province. In addition to the wonderful outdoors, Saskatchewan is also home to city centres filled with entertainment, cultural landmarks, great dining and friendly locals. From festivals to fine dining, here’s how to experience urban Saskatchewan to the fullest. Saskatchewan's cities are full of fantastic
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Some of the most beautiful national parks in Canada, landmarks in First Nations history, and great outdoor adventures make up the top attractions in Saskatchewan. The RCMP Heritage Centre - Credit: Tourism Saskatchewan/Greg Huszar Photography The RCMP Heritage Centre: Home of the Mounties Mounties are right up there with beavers and politeness when it comes to Canadian icons,
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By Travel ManitobaSharing the best places to experience, wander, behold, explore and feed your spirit in Manitoba. Where you stay on a vacation matters. After a day of adventuring, you want to be able to kick back, relax, and savour the memories you’ve made. Northern Manitoba is a place that boasts wildlife viewing, world class fishing, stunning
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Manitoba is one of those places that doesn’t have to say it’s cool, because it just is. Even Vogue Magazine says so. It’s an unpretentious place with soul that spawns all things original. Laid-back, creative, and remarkably friendly, this prairie province has lakes, cities, rivers, farmland, and wilderness all the way up to the Arctic. In winter, the bright sun dazzles
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The animals and marine life that live in northern Manitoba are diverse and incredible, and the best (and sometimes only) way to see them is on an Arctic safari. Here’s a breakdown of some of the wildlife you can meet on an Arctic safari in northern Manitoba. Polar Bears The jewel of the northern animals, the polar bear
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By Travel ManitobaSharing the best places to experience, wander, behold, explore and feed your spirit in Manitoba. Ready to start exploring more of Canada? Look no further than Winnipeg, Manitoba for your next great summer road trip. Here are 10 amazing things you must do on your trip to our capital city... 1. Take a Journey to Churchill at the
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