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Going small in wine country

Skip the crowds, make a discovery and hear the inside story at a winery small enough that the person pouring the pinot at the tasting bar, probably made it.

Villages by the beach

The perfect beach getaway needs more than sand and sun. Interesting galleries, locavore din-ing, wineries, shopping and theatre make these villages the first choice for waterfront fun.

Only in Ottawa you say?

These one-of-a-kind outings can’t be duplicated in any other location but the Nation’s Capital. From haunting to high flying, from descending into a Cold War bunker to admiring the art at the Governor General’s house, these tours could only take place in Ottawa.

Adventures in history

Not your average collections, these museums engage visitors with real-life action, gripping tales and good grub

Discovering the Trent-Severn by car, canoe or houseboat

In any kind of boat, from a small red canoe to a hefty craft cruiser or boxy houseboat, meander through the waters of central Ontario — from Trenton to Port Severn and back. It’s easily a week’s worth of excitement and adventure.

Reel fun: Salmon fishing in Lake Ontario

The annual Pacific salmon migration on Canada’s West Coast attracts anglers from around the world. But you don’t need to fly across the country to hook a prize Chinook.