Getaways in Canada

10 Brunch Spots in Edmonton

10 Brunch Spots in Edmonton

Brunch... What could be better? And in Edmonton, you’re spoiled for choice of where to go to get that meal you’re craving. You just may have to try them all! 10 Must Visit Places for Brunch in Edmonton The Sugar Bowl Cafe  The Sugar Bowl is a full-service neighbourhood bistro, open to midnight or 1:00 a.m., but the breakfast menu is definitely worth getting early for. The SugarBowl Benny is known across the city for a reason. Details 10922 88 Avenue, Edmonton Cafe Linnea  Cafe Linnea’s notable menu was inspired by the “feel and food of French cuisine,” but is
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Things to Do Indoors in Oshawa

Indoor Attractions & Adventures in Oshawa

Plan a date at the location of blockbuster films X-Men and Billy Madison, see collections Canadian-built and Canadian-owned automobiles, or Canada's largest collection of operational military vehicles at the museums and historic sites and have family fun at the many indoor arcades located in Oshawa. If you are looking for rainy day activities, or searching for a venue to hold birthday parties, corporate events  or ideas for a school field trip, you are sure to find something to suit to your taste in this list of fun indoor things to do in Oshawa. You may like: Indoor Attractions in Whitby
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10 Baking Classes in Edmonton

10 Baking & Cake Decorating Classes in Edmonton

Whether you’re looking to learn the basics of baking or want to elevate your sweet style of cake decorating, there are lots of classes to choose from in the Edmonton area that will help you bake like a pro. Duchess Bake Shop Put on an apron and follow the hands-on instructions of chefs who have personally worked in the Duchess kitchen. From macaron basics to the Duchess favourite Duke Cake, you’ll learn French baking and pastries from the best. Details 10718 124 Street, Edmonton The Ruby Apron  Filled doughnuts, croissants, puff pastries, pies, fresh bread... There’s nothing like the smell
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Cypress Hills Eco-Adventures

Ten Outdoor Adventures during Spring in Saskatchewan

As fun as winter can be, the advent of warm winds, blue skies, and melting snow to signal the arrival of spring usually has most people excited to get back outside and enjoy the outdoors. While spring officially starts in March, you’re probably going to have to wait until a little later in the season to really enjoy it. Provincial Parks open mid-May while other activities can be enjoyed soon as the snow goes. Other activities on this list of outdoor adventures during spring can be experienced on your timeline, so even if the snow is sticking around, you can still
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Indoor Attractions & Adventures in Whitby

Indoor Attractions & Adventures in Whitby

When the weather is inclement, take the kids to Iroquois Park Sports Centre, explore the reptile world at Reptilia, defy gravity at iFly or jump to your heart's content at Sky Zone. Whether you want to hold birthday parties, find a date idea, or just chill out, you will find something in this list.
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10 Irish Pubs to Visit in Edmonton

10 Irish Pubs to Visit in Edmonton

This St. Patrick’s Day, do more than drink green beer – get a taste of Ireland at your neighbourhood Irish pub. The Bothy Wine and Whisky Bar The Bothy gets its name from the Gaelic word “bothan,” meaning small hut usually used as a traveller’s resting place. How more inviting can you get? As one of only 24 members of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, it has Edmonton’s largest whisky selection (over 175 varieties!). Website 5482 Calgary Trail, Edmonton. Duggan’s Boundary Irish Pub Your neighbourhood pub with an Irish twist. Fish and chips, full Irish breakfast, and steak and Guinness
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Weekend Getaways from GTA: Exploring Ontario Provincial Parks

Weekend Getaways from GTA: Exploring Ontario Provincial Parks

If you are looking for a perfect, inexpensive weekend getaways from GTA to relax and rejuvenate:  look no further than Ontario Provincial Parks. Whether you want to camp out under the stars, hike rolling woodlands and bio diverse marshes,  or just laze around at Lake Ontario/Simcoe/Erie beaches - provincial parks in and around GTA are your best bet for a cheerful weekend getaway. With over 15 parks within 200 km of Toronto, Ontario provincial parks are also great day trip destinations to immerse yourself in nature and to have a fun family day out. Fees: Day use Vehicle permit: Maximum of $20.00 (Best answer for
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10 Spring Break Day Trips From Edmonton

10 Spring Break Day Trips From Edmonton

Looking to get away from Edmonton over spring break, but just for the day? There are plenty of day trips perfect for the whole family. Here are just 10 ideas for a spring break day trips from Edmonton. Elk Island National Park  With a national park so close to the city, there’s no excuse not to go! Spend the day cross-country skiing, skating, snowshoeing – keeping an eye out for herds of bison – ending the day with a campfire under the stars. Reynolds-Alberta Museum  Celebrate all things machine! Learn the history, watch the restoration workshop in action, or take
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10 Reasons to Visit Elk Island National Park during Winter

10 Reasons to Visit Elk Island National Park during Winter

Where the deer and the...bison roam? Yes! Even in winter, Elk Island National Park is ready to welcome you with lots of different ways to spend the day and create lasting memories. Night Sky It’s the best excuse to stay up past your bedtime. Part of the Beaver Hills Dark Sky Preserve, Elk Island cuts down on light pollution so you have the best view of the stars. And there’s no better time to bundle up and watch for the northern lights dancing across the sky. Cross Country Skiing It’s a great way to explore – nothing but the sound
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10 Places offering Cooking Classes in Edmonton

10 Places offering Cooking Classes in Edmonton

Whether you want to perfect your skill in the kitchen, have fun with friends or looking for a couples cooking class for that perfect date night, here are 10 places to go for cooking classes in Edmonton.
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10 Reasons to Walk Whyte Avenue in Edmonton

10 Reasons to Walk Whyte Avenue in Edmonton

Whether you’re visiting for the weekend or call Edmonton home, there are so many reasons to put taking a walk down Whyte Ave on the top of the schedule. Here are just a few.
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Sugar Bushes in Prince Edward Island

Sugar Bushes in Prince Edward Island

Maple syrup is one of Canada’s favorite sweet treats, and visiting maple farm is an ideal 'welcome spring' activity to do with the whole family. Even though Prince Edward Island is just a small province, you do not need to leave the island to visit a sugar bush. You can enjoy some sweet treats this spring at either one of the two sugar bushes located on Prince Edward Island. MacPhee’s Orchard MacPhee’s Orchard is known for their apples, but they were making maple syrup long before they were growing apples. In 1998, they turned their hobby of making maple syrup
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Sugar Bushes and Maple Tree Farms to Visit in Nova Scotia

Sugar Bushes and Maple Tree Farms to Visit in Nova Scotia

Maple syrup is truly a Canadian product and early spring is the only time that you can see it being made and experience the exquisite taste of taffy on snow. Nova Scotia is home to many sugar bushes, so you are never too far from the liquid gold experience! Here are the sugar bushes and pancake houses to visit in Nova Scotia. Northumberland Shore Sugar Moon Farm Experience a hand-crafted Maple Syrup adventure at Sugar Moon Farm. There are over 2,500 tapped trees on this spacious 200 acre farm, and a 60 seat log restaurant where you can Eat, Tour,
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Sugar Bushes and Maple Sugar Shacks in New Brunswick

Sugar Bushes and Maple Sugar Shacks in New Brunswick

Enjoy some delectable, sweet treats as you wait for spring at one of the many sugar bushes located across New Brunswick. You can tour the forests, see how the clear sap is made into golden maple syrup, try taffy on the snow or stay warm inside a camp and enjoy a maple-themed meal. Moncton Maple Sugar Camp Just a 20-minute drive from Moncton is the Moncton Maple Sugar Camp. Take a tour and learn how the bitter sap becomes one of Canada’s favorite treats. The free ‘Pails to Pipeline’ tours take place on Saturdays and Sunday from 11 am to
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10 Places to Get Delicious Pies in Edmonton

10 Places to Get Delicious Pies in Edmonton

Here’s where to go to grab a slice in Edmonton.
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10 Must Visit Coffee Shops in Edmonton

10 Must Visit Coffee Shops in Edmonton

Java. Cup of Joe. Morning must have. No matter what you call it, there’s nothing like a cup of coffee. And in Edmonton, there’s no shortage of unique coffee shops to suit your fancy.
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Ontario Maple Syrup Festivals and Sugar Shacks

Ontario Maple Syrup Festivals and Sugar Shacks

Where to go to experience the smells and tastes of the sweet water of Ontario. A list of maple syrup festivals, pancake houses/sugar shacks and maple trails to explore in Ontario.
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Romantic Getaways to Celebrate Valentine's Day in Quebec

Romantic Getaways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Quebec

From a romantic dinner, exploring the amazing scenery Quebec region has to offer or staying in a luxury hotel,there is something for everyone to explore in Quebec; from old Architectural building to mouthing-watering cuisines and beautiful landscapes.   Here are 10 getaways to celebrate Valentine's Day in Quebec. 1. Gîte du Mont-Albert Getaway to Gite du Mont-Albert a four star hotel located in the heart of the Gaspésie National Park to enjoy everything the region offers.  Enjoy fine local cuisine, magnificent views of Mont Albert and explore the park on cross country skis. The hotel has a gourmet package that includes breakfast
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Romantic Resort Getaways

25 Romantic Resort Getaways during Winter in Ontario

Experience more than chocolate-covered strawberries and a chilled bottle of sparkling wine this season. Enjoy Ontario winter at the the many wonderful resorts of Ontario, each offering one of a kind experiences to be enjoyed with your special someone.
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5 Things to Do during Winter at Killarney Provincial Park

5 Things to Do during Winter at Killarney Provincial Park

Killarney Provincial Park is an exceptional outdoor wonderland with immense wilderness landscapes. Visually colorful views permeate the area, as the pink granite of the Georgian Bay Coast, the white quartzite ridges of La Cloche Mountains, and the clear glistening lakes come together to craft the perfect backdrop for winter activities like yurt camping or backcountry camping, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, as well as bundling up and checking out the night sky of Ontario's first Dark Sky Preserve. Explore the park on snowshoes or on skis Ranging from shorter snowshoe adventures to all-day excursions on cross-country trails like the  7km Chikanishing
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