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TRUMP HOTEL COLLECTION™ Furthers International Expansion With Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto®, Opening January 31, 2012

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2011

Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto® is set to welcome guests Jan. 31, 2012, marking TRUMP HOTEL COLLECTION™’s second international hotel and first foray into Canada. Promising an unmatched level of service, Trump Toronto will be a...

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Montreal Fashion Week | High Fashion Highlights

BY : Jennifer Chan | 2011

It wasn’t until I was graciously invited to attend Montreal Fashion Week by the Bureau de la Mode Montreal that I realized our neighbors up north had such impeccable fashion talent. Not only is Montreal home to local brands including ALDO, Le...

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WickaNimmo Vacation Package: Travel to British Columbia, Canada.

BY : Carly Zinderman | 2010

Luxury Vacations: Two luxurious British Columbia wilderness resorts are teaming up to offer an unusually special event: the "WickaNimmo" vacation. Stay at both Nimmo Bay Heli-Ventures's floating lodge in the Great Bear Rain Forest of BC's central...

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Vancouver

BY : Word Travels | 2010

Nicknamed Hollywood North for the ever-present film crews, Canada's west coast gem of Vancouver is young, thriving and diverse, with the perfect combination of wild natural beauty and the modern conveniences of a city. Named after Royal Navy...

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Toronto

BY : Word Travels | 2010

The most heavily populated city in Canada, Toronto is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city; the country's financial, commercial and cultural centre with a rich multi-cultural heritage of more than 80 ethnic groups, speaking more than 100 languages. It...

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Quebec City

BY : Word Travels | 2010

Small cafés and cosy restaurants, charming boutiques, lively terraces, elegant squares, theatres and museums, street buskers and mimes all contribute to the charm and ambience of historic Old Quebec, cradle of French civilisation in North America...

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Ottawa

BY : Word Travels | 2010

The capital of Canada is located on the south bank of the Ottawa River, opposite the French-speaking city of Gatineau across the water in the neighbouring province of Quebec. It's location on the border puts it in the unique position of being truly...

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Montreal

BY : Word Travels | 2010

The world's largest inland port, Montreal was founded as a missionary village in 1642, a century after Jacques Cartier discovered the area. The French stayed in control of the growing settlement until 1760 when the British stepped in, sparking a...

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Glenora & Glenfiddich Whiskies: A Tale of Two Distilleries

BY : Ray Pearson | 2010

Fine Whisky: Call it a busman’s holiday if you will. A Scotch whisky guy on vacation seeks out what is billed as “North America’s Only Single Malt Whisky Distillery” in Glenville, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. The Ceilidh Trail meanders through...

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Huge $4 Million Condo in Montreal’s Historic St. Regis

BY : James Rothaar | 2010

Luxury Real Estate: The rarified opulence of this cavernous and richly refined condominium in Montreal is overwhelming. This luxurious three-bedroom, 2.5-bath condominium in the historic Le St-Regis building offers up 3,600 square feet of living...

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Best Luxury Hotels in Vancouver

BY : Christy Stewart | 2010

Luxury Vancouver Hotels: Preparations for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games have long been underway, as an estimated 350,000 visitors are expected to infiltrate the streets of Vancouver this coming February. With such a high influx of travelers crossing...

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Best Luxury Hotels in Vancouver

BY : Christy Stewart | 2010

Luxury Vancouver Hotels: Preparations for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games have long been underway, as an estimated 350,000 visitors are expected to infiltrate the streets of Vancouver this coming February. With such a high influx of travelers crossing...

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