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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...
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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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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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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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