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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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Discover Rich History & Wines in Nova Scotia, Canada

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2009

Luxury Vacations: Amateur wine lovers and wine experts alike have recently begun to recognize Nova Scotia as one of the premiere wine-making regions in the world. Nova Scotia's temperate ocean breezes and traditionally long autumns of have grown...

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Dom Perignon's Spring Feast

BY : Bernadette Morra | 2009

Food & Spirits: The new Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences in Toronto is little more than a crater as wide as a city block. But as construction crews hustle to erect the gleaming structure, the team at the current Four Seasons a few blocks...

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Dom Perignon's Spring Feast

BY : Bernadette Morra | 2009

Food & Spirits: The new Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences in Toronto is little more than a crater as wide as a city block. But as construction crews hustle to erect the gleaming structure, the team at the current Four Seasons a few blocks...

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Toronto police crack down on e-pimps

BY : | 2008

A crackdown in Toronto on prostitutes advertising online has resulted in the seizure of $227,000 in assets and a deportation order, police said.One of the most popular places for pimps and their workers to advertise is on the craigslist.org site,...

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Canada awaits new 'prudent' budget

BY : | 2008

Canada's new fiscal budget is prudent and reflects wariness of a weakened U.S. economy, the finance minister told reporters in Ottawa.It's a budget that's prudent, Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said. We have to stay within our means. We are...

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Oscars disrupted organ transplant flights

BY : | 2008

The Oscars awards gala in Hollywood created a headache for an organ donor agency in British Columbia, Canada, because all charter jets were booked.Bill Barrable, executive director of BC Transplant, told the Globe and Mail a man in a rural part of...

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Highway propane bomb threat standoff ends

BY : | 2008

A Toronto-area man who threatened to detonate a propane bomb in his car on a major highway was arrested Tuesday after a three-hour standoff.The incident began about 9:30 p.m. Monday in the southbound lanes of Highway 400 north of Toronto when the...

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