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48 Hours In Toronto For the Urban Explorer

BY : Carin von Berg | 2019

Toronto is a city of neighborhoods and Canada’s largest and most populous city, representing people from more than 200 distinct ethnic origins. When planning a visit to such a vast and culturally diverse metropolis, one can easily become...

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Whistler's Luxury Touch Is Full of Memborable Experiences and Adventure

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2019

The Canadian resort of Whistler is best known for its icy peaks and legendary ski slopes, but this vibrant part of British Columbia has something to offer visitors at any time of year. If you’re looking to visit in style, Whistler has luxury...

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The Douglas Parq Vancouver, An Autograph Collection Hotel

BY : Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss | 2019

Imagine walking through one of the forested paths that encircle Vancouver wishing for a tree house to rest and thoroughly take in the surroundings. Your dreams have come true at The Douglas, a recent addition to the Autograph Collection of boutique...

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Historic Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Celebrates Its 80th Year With A New Look And Posh Perks

BY : Kimberley Lovato | 2019

Affectionately nicknamed “The Castle in the City” for its chateau-style green copper roof and guardian stone gargoyles, the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver unveils a contemporary new look and meticulously renovated heritage suites, just in time...

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Top 11 Things to Do in Montreal's Golden Square Mile

BY : Steve Mirsky | 2019

The name of Montreal's Golden Square Mile or Le Mille Carré, a square mile of signature historic blocks at the heart of downtown at the foot of Mount Royal, trace's its origins back to 1950s real estate developers promoting the...

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A Taste of Adventure: How to Spend Two Days in Charlevoix, Québec

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2019

When I first found out that my two-day trip to Charlevoix, Québec would include sledding at Le Massif de Charlevoix, fat biking on a frozen river, a distillery and brewery tour of Menaud, VIP dog sledding and a helicopter tour, I assumed...

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The Magic of Québec City: The Winter Carnival, Ice Fishing, Toboggan Runs, Eats and More

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2019

As a veteran visitor of Canada’s Alberta region, I didn’t expect Québec to be that much different – aside from it being a predominantly French-speaking province, of course – but I was completely wrong. Winter in...

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How to Survive a Night at the Ice Hotel

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2019

I have had some pretty unforgettable experiences while staying in some of the world's most gorgeous hotels, but having to attend a mandatory training session before tucking in for the night was completely new to me. But that is exactly what you...

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A Canadian Christmas Kickoff, Vancouver-style

BY : Cynthia Dial | 2018

At this time of year noted for family, fun and festivities, what better way to revel in the season than a weekend in a city where celebration is effortless? Having hosted such world-renowned fetes as the 2010 Winter Olympics, Vancouver is no...

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Montreal Boasts Old World Charm with Mesmerizing New Attractions

BY : Jennifer Chan | 2018

The Historic Canadian City Offers an Endless Array of Awe-Inspiring Activities for Every Traveler One might assume that a city as historic as Montreal (founded in 1642), may no longer appeal to today’s most discerning traveler, but...

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Vancouver Food Tours-A Taste of the City

BY : Diane Sukiennik & Michael Reiss | 2018

Vancouver is a food-centric city with endless choices and so little time for tourists to get their fill. Food tours fill the bill for efficiently sating culinary curiosity. There are several formats of tours on offer in Vancouver. Some are walking...

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Canada's Exceptional Setting for Food, Wine and Wandering is BC's Okanagan

BY : Cynthia Dial | 2018

Prior to landing when circling above the Okanagan Valley, the birds-eye view is simply a peek of this portion of the province famous for its abundant agriculture, plentiful vineyards and acres of golf—all complemented by lakes, beaches,...

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