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Hidden Canada: Your annual travel guide to the country’s undiscovered gems and experiences

From glamping in the Halifax harbour to a safari experience in the Arctic, these hidden gems are 10 of the best reasons to travel in Canada

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This year, kick off patio season at a spa

Six retreats across Canada to pamper your body and mind

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In relaxed Victoria, brunch is an any day, any time kind of affair

Is B.C.’s capital city also the brunch capital of Canada?

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Indulge in Vancouver’s sweet side with a doughnut crawl

Bypass Vancouver’s waterfront-jogging, yoga-loving downtown core to take a bite out of the city’s latest (unexpected) vice: the doughnut

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B.C. wineries remake themselves as family travel destinations

Many Okanagan vineyards are going to great lengths to become kid-friendly, making wine tours more accessible to busy parents

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Camping with the kids is way more work than I thought

Our first night camping with the kids was not exactly going the way I’d hoped

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What to see and do in Calgary’s Victoria Park

What had largely been a postindustrial ghost town since the 1960s is blooming with bars, restaurants and boutiques

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Why Saskatoon is a hidden gem for family vacations

From ice cream indulgences to traditional Indigenous dances, Saskatchewan’s biggest city offers plenty for visitors of all ages

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Lake Erie’s north shore: Unpretentious and undiscovered (for now)

The shores of Lake Erie offers the perfect mix of nostalgia and natural beauty

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Norfolk County’s rise from the ashes as a new hub of agritourism

The decline of cigarette smoking threatened to ruin Norfolk County, just north of Lake Erie. Now, it’s been reimagined as a place to grow vegetables, make wine and welcome tourists

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Touring the overlooked regions of Niagara wine country

Take a short detour from the familiar and discover some of the fine new wineries and dining rooms that are popping up just off the beaten path

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Ten new things to see, do, eat and drink in Prince Edward County

The trendy getaway east of Toronto keeps pouring out new food and drink delights

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Five lessons learned on the road in an RV to Quebec’s Gaspe Peninsula

How to explore Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula in a motorhome

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Old Montreal is new again for tourists and locals alike

Boundary-pushing galleries and dynamic restaurants and bars are drawing people to this highly walkable area

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In Newfoundland, a couple is renovating iconic saltbox homes into vacation rentals

For a quintessential Newfoundland experience, nothing beats shacking up in an authentic saltbox

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Discover wild and windswept Fogo Island, beyond the inn

The island-off-an-island offers hiking trails, a growing food scene, heritage properties and lots of wildlife

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