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  • Weekly Travel Roundup: This bar in Niagara-on-the-Lake is over 200 years old
    par Lisa Felepchuk le 13/10/2019 à 9:55

    Plus, four other travel stories that were trending on Canada.com this week. Canada is a big place and so is the internet. You can’t be expected to read all of the travel news out there. Each week, we round-up five of the most-read travel stories on Canada.com. Here’s what everyone was […]

  • Exploring Canada's most extreme points
    par Mark Stachiew le 11/10/2019 à 12:00

    Did you know that if you were to travel to the westernmost, easternmost, northernmost and southernmost points in Canada, that you’d be in a land administered by Parks Canada? To travel to Canada’s extremities means either having to visit a national park or a national historic site. […]

  • Canadian wineries that stay open in winter
    par Shelley Boettcher le 11/10/2019 à 12:00

    Winter is a magical time to visit a Canadian wine region. Here are a few Canadian wineries that offer tastings 12 months of the year.

  • Oprah stands by decision not to have children
    par Postmedia News le 10/10/2019 à 8:15

    At one point in her life, Oprah Winfrey bought a second apartment to have extra room if she ever had children. It remained empty. In an interview with People, posted on Oct. 10, the queen of the small screen discusses her life with Stedman Graham, her partner since 1986, the decision to not have […]

  • Celebrate Thanksgiving with these 5 great movies
    par Postmedia News le 10/10/2019 à 8:04

    Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, food and films. Stories of breaking and entering garbage dumps, flying turkeys and turkeys that can build time machines all share one thing: They’re the perfect after-dinner treat. Here’s some that aren’t, well, turkeys. Plane, Trains […]

  • A visit to Grise Fiord, Canada's most northerly community
    par Jennifer Bain le 10/10/2019 à 12:02

    Canada’s most northerly community answers to the names Aujuittuq or Grise Fiord. The first is an Inuit name that means “the place that never thaws out” in Inuktitut. The second comes from Norwegian explorer Otto Sverdrup and means “pig fiord” for the grunting sound […]

  • Five things not to miss in eastern Bavaria
    par Mark Stachiew le 10/10/2019 à 12:00

    There is probably no place in Germany that is more German than Bavaria, especially eastern Bavaria. The state on the country’s southern border is steeped in tradition and is proud to preserve those traditions and share them with visitors. Here are five places and events that everyone should […]

  • Beloved picture book The Most Magnificent Thing comes to TV
    par Melissa Hank le 09/10/2019 à 3:35

    We might not know much about the ancient storyteller Aesop — how did he take his coffee? Did his sandals give him bunions? — but the fables accredited to him are legendary. Remember the one where the wind and the sun bet on who’s strong enough to make a man remove his coat? The […]

  • New York City: Autumn in the Boroughs
    par Tim Johnson le 09/10/2019 à 12:02

    The leaves are turning, the streets are cooling—and most of the tourists have gone back to work, and school. In other words, now is the perfect time to visit New York City. And while most visitors spend the majority of their time in Manhattan, many forget that the Big Apple includes five […]

  • Try these exciting activities for a fun time in Whistler, B.C. this fall
    par Corey Deeth le 09/10/2019 à 12:00

    Avoid peak-season prices and plan your Whistler vacation this fall. With tons of activities and jaw-dropping scenery, you'll be sure to "fall" for Whistler!

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