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The Top 4 U.S. Cities For Holiday Shopping

Holiday shopping doesn't have to be a drag. It's easy to feel overwhelmed when creating your list and checking it twice, but the experience of picking out all of those special gifts should be remembered not hated. These four cities across the United States offer holiday cheer, world-renowned shops, and plenty of attractions for when the shopping is done.
11/08/2016 06:44 EST

Halloween Events You Don't Want To Miss In Montreal

Whether you're seeking pumpkin patches, lavish parties, or hair-raising haunted houses this Halloween, there's no better place to be than Montreal. The City of Saints becomes a city of ghosts, goblins, and other spooky creatures during the month of October, and the following are five events are ones you won't want to miss.
10/26/2016 10:31 EDT
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The Best Kid-Friendly Attractions In Vancouver

Vancouver is far more than a metropolis; it's a playground for kids and adults alike. The city's waterways, green spaces, massive urban parks, nearby mountains, and long list of must-visit attractions make it an ideal vacation destination for families with kids of all ages. These four kid-friendly attractions are ones you don't want to skip on your next visit to Vancouver.
10/04/2016 07:39 EDT
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Your Kids Need A Fall Getaway (And You Do Too)

Travel isn't just for retirees and 20-year-old backpackers. Seeing new places and experiencing new cultures is beneficial for people of all ages, including your little ones. While traveling with kids may seem overwhelming at first, the benefits far outweigh the added luggage and frequent bathroom breaks. These four reasons to travel with your kids this fall will inspire you to choose a destination, pack your bags, and forget about the stresses of work and school for a while.
09/27/2016 06:58 EDT
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5 Fall Events In Toronto To Cure Your Back-to-School Blues

The back-to-school blues is real. As summer fades away, hectic schedules, cooler temperatures and limited getaway time take over. But not everything about fall needs to be a bummer, and Torontonians know that. Hogtown is known for its long list of fall festivals and events that bring music, films, art, craft beers, and delicious eats to the downtown streets. These five fall events are ones you don't want to miss across the Queen City this autumn.
09/20/2016 07:23 EDT
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Finding Vancouver's Best Food Trucks Is Hungry Work

It's no secret that Vancouver is a foodie city. A Conde Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards survey recently named it one of the top food cities in the world, and Fodor's Travel listed Vancouver as one of the best Canadian destinations for foodie travel. But the British Columbian city isn't just known for its award-winning sit-down eateries. Vancouverites and visitors eat some of the city's best meals while standing up.
09/14/2016 10:12 EDT
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5 Perfect Places To Watch The Fall Colours In Canada

As pumpkin spice lattes hit coffee shops across North America and summer vacations become distant memories, travelers seek the best places to visit in this colourful season. September and October are two of the best months of the year to head north -- far north to Canada's most colourful provinces.
09/08/2016 07:53 EDT

The Ultimate Fall Foliage Tour Through Ontario

Canada's tree-covered wilderness and cool fall temperatures create some of the world's most vibrant fall foliage. The autumn colours are more intense in the Great White North's eastern provinces, and the most populated, east-central province of Ontario is one of the best for viewing them in jaw-dropping settings.
08/30/2016 04:41 EDT
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Canada's Coolest Indoor Amusement Parks For Year-Round Thrills

The kids are going back to school, the sun is setting earlier and the nights are feeling a little chillier. All of these signs mean the dog days of summer are coming to a close, but the back-to-school blues doesn't have to ruin your fall and winter fun. Canada is home to some of North America's top indoor amusement parks, and these five must-visit attractions are guaranteed to continue the summer thrills through the colder months.
08/23/2016 08:04 EDT

5 Camping Trips Every Canadian Should Take

The Great White North is home to some of the world's most dramatic mountain peaks, tranquil lakes, soothing waterfalls and iconic national parks. The following five destinations will send you into some of our country's most picture-perfect scenery while you enjoy one of Canada's favourite pastimes -- camping.
08/16/2016 08:41 EDT
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Canadian Destinations Where You Can Find Summer Weather In Fall

Canada has become famous for its cold weather. Contrary to what many foreigners believe, the Great White North isn't bitterly cold all of the time. In fact, hot and sunny summers often stretch into fall, making beach days, outdoor dining and pleasant hikes more common than cozying up by a fire. The following five Canadian destinations are ones that often experience summer temperatures well into fall.
08/03/2016 12:22 EDT
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Canada's 6 Coolest Hotels For Kids

The safe, laid-back atmosphere of the country's favourite travel destinations makes it easy for parents to relax while kids let loose. For these reasons and numerous others, kid-friendly hotels can be found across the country, from coastal Nova Scotia to the Canadian Rockies, and the following are ones your family will never forget.
07/26/2016 11:54 EDT

Canada's Best Hot Springs

Our country is loaded with natural hot springs surrounded by towering pines, mountain peaks, jagged rocks and many of the earthy wonders that make this country so special. The following five Canadian hot springs are ones you should plan to visit when the outdoor temperature starts dropping.
07/08/2016 12:59 EDT