Getaways in Canada

5 Weekend Getaways in January 3rd Weekend

5 Weekend Getaways in Alberta: 3rd Weekend of January

Here are 5 ideas for a weekend day trip or a getaway in Alberta for the third weekend of January.
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5 Getaways for this Weekend in Ontario

5 Getaways for this Weekend in Ontario: Third Weekend of January

5 ideas for a day trip or a weekend getaway for this third weekend of January in Ontario.
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10 Winter Adventures in and around Thunderbay

10 Winter Adventures in and around Thunderbay

Snow and freezing temperature can cause some hibernation, but also offers various distinctive and enjoyable activities! Thunder Bay provides visitors with a warm hospitality, appealing scenery, and exciting winter adventures to remember for a lifetime! Here is a list of 10 winter activities you can do before the temperature become warmer. 1. Snowkiting Thunder Bay provides perfect snowkiting or  kiteboarding experiences. Experience crisp clean air and beautiful landscapes on a thrill-ride across the frozen waters surrounding Thunder Bay. Contact Superior Kiteboarding for planning your winter experience. 2. Ice Fishing If you just can’t get enough fishing, Thunder Bay present an attractive
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Things to Do this Winter in Charlottetown

Things to Do this Winter in Charlottetown

Charlottetown is a magnificent place to visit in the winter. Whether you’re spending a weekend or a few days, there’s something for everyone. Despite the small size of the island, there’s an abundance to be had in spite of the cold and snow -- in fact, that’s exactly what makes the experience better! Fine Winter Dining  The Winterdine Festival in Charlottetown occurs every year for two weekends in a row at the end of January and beginning of February, this fine dining in the city is when the local restaurants open their doors of an evening to celebrate Prince Edward Island’s
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15 Things to Do During Winter in Markham

15 Things to Do During Winter in Markham

Markham fosters tons of art, culture, and old town feeling, making the Winters here quaint and scenic. Here are 15 ways to make your winter more exciting through these active, artistic, and unique events dotted around the city. Fun Things to Do during Winter in Markham 1. Go skating at the Civic Centre Skating has always been the most popular winter activity for all – so rent some skates and enjoy the colder months with a day out at the 25,000 square foot rink situated in front of the civic centre. Enjoy skating from December to March  (weather dependent) at 101 Town
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15 Things to Do during Winter in Mississauga

15 Things to Do during Winter in Mississauga

Mississauga, the sixth largest city  in Canada, has plenty to offer in the realm of sports, shopping, arts and culture, and entertainment. Right on the shores of Lake Ontario, this area is also known for its beautiful scenery and natural atmosphere, making it ideal to connect with the winter season outdoors. Here are 15 things to do this winter in Mississauga. 1. Go tobogganing at one of the city’s most loved parks Head to one of Mississauga’s most loved parks for tobogganing this winter season – Brookmede Park for short steep hills, Birchwood Park for long and gentle hills, or
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5 Getaways for this Weekend in Ontario: Second Weekend of January

5 Getaways for this Weekend in Ontario: Second Weekend of January

5 Ideas for a day trip or a weekend getaway for this second weekend of January in Ontario: Weekend of Jan 11 to 13. Niagara Falls Ice Wine Festival Niagara Falls Ice Wine Festival kicks off this weekend with Twenty Valley’s Winter Winefest. It showcases some of the best VQA wines from celebrated winemakers and gastronomic pleasures from local culinary talent.   Headliners for the 10th anniversary include Winter WineFest alumnus Ashley MacIsaac, kicking off the event on Friday night and Whitehorse, closing the festival on Sunday afternoon. Coleman Hell is welcomed to the Winter WineFest stage for his first time on Saturday night. Windy
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5 Weekend Getaways in Alberta: 2nd Weekend of January

5 Weekend Getaways in Alberta: 2nd Weekend of January

Here are 5 ideas for a weekend day trip or a getaway in Alberta for the week of Jan 11 to 13, 2019. 1. Take a Heater Pod Tour of Sylvan Lake Sylvan Lake is one of the best ice fishing spots in Alberta! Visit Sylvan lake to try ice fishing, explore the lake on snowmobile, or go ice-skating on the lake. If you want a more cozy tour, experience the scenic lake in a heated pod tour. Wrap up in furry blankets and take a scenic tour around Sylvan Lake with Cool Toyz. 2. Deep Freeze Festival and more in
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Things to Do this Winter in New Brunswick

Things to Do this Winter in New Brunswick

It’s a fact that New Brunswick gets hit with the most snow in the Canadian Maritimes each year. So, sharpen your blades, shine your sled, tune your skis or wax your snowboard and head outside to show winter who’s the boss! Spend some time outside with family and friends in the snow or warm up inside with fun shows and screen-free activities. Get ready for some serious winter fun in New Brunswick with the activities listed below. 1.  Shivering Songs Festival The Shivering Songs Festival is a popular winter music festival that hosts renowned artists in beautiful rustic and historic
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11 Yoga Retreat Getaways in Canada

11 Yoga Retreat Getaways in Canada

Yoga is a great way to rest, relax, and renew your mind, body, and soul. Although there is something to be said about a daily yoga practice, sometimes a person needs a bit more to get back on track. The following cross-Canada yoga retreats, getaways, and festivals are guaranteed to cause life changing growth and renewal to all who attend.
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Top Things to Do in Alberta this January 2019

Top Things to Do in Alberta this January 2019

From music festivals to snowshoeing, here are 30 of the best things to do this January in Alberta.
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17 Coolest Outdoor Skating Trails in Ontario

18 Coolest Outdoor Ice Skating Trails in Ontario

Sharpen your skates, and checkout some of Ontario's best ice skating trails this winter.
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Peterborough Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is Open for 2019 Season

Peterborough Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is Open for 2019 Season

Peterborough  Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is open for 2019 season since Jan 2. The Trent Severn Waterway and the City Peterborough offer public skating on the canal at the Peterborough Liftlock every winter. The city monitors ice conditions regularly. A flag is flown to indicate the status.  A green flag indicates that  ice conditions are safe and skating is permitted. You may like: Must Visit Outdoor Ice Skating Trails in Ontario TRIP PLANNING WHEN:  You can monitor the status here. HOW MUCH: FREE WHERE: You may like: Things to do this January in Ontario Skating at Rideau Canal Voyageur Canoe
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Things to Do in Ontario this January 2019

Top Things to Do in Ontario this January 2019

From outdoor skating trails to theatre festivals, here are 33 of the best things to do this January in Ontario.
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35+ Things to Do in Winter in Nova Scotia

35+ Things to Do this Winter in Nova Scotia

Have some fun in the snow with your family and friends this winter in beautiful Nova Scotia. If you are planning to explore Nova Scotia this winter, listed below there are 35+ great things for you to do.
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Things to Do in Kananaskis Country, Alberta

Things to Do in Kananaskis Country, Alberta

Kananaskis Country with its pristine views, alpine meadows with bountiful wild flowers and abundant wildlife is a hikers dream destination.
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10 Romantic Get Aways in PEI

10 Romantic Get Aways in PEI

From cozy historic inns to tranquil escapes by the sea, a romantic getaway to this island province will never disappoint.
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20 Winter Getaways in British Columbia

20 Winter Getaways in British Columbia

Whether you want to go skiing or storm watch, you have plenty of choices in BC for a winter vacation!
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50 Things to Do This Winter in Saskatchewan

50 Things to Do This Winter in Saskatchewan

We tend to think of hibernation in the winter months – staying in bed covered in blankets, hot chocolate, and curling up around the fireplace with a nice book. What about all the wonderfully fun outdoor activities you can do from December through March? With the right gear, you can have just as much fun in the winter as you do in the summer. If you are thinking of a winter getaway, why not discover Saskatchewan in winter? Take a look at our list of 50 things to do this winter in Saskatchewan. Table Mountain Regional Park Hit the slopes
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25 Date Ideas During Winter in Edmonton

25 Date Ideas During Winter in Edmonton

Edmonton might be covered in a blanket of snow and ice, but you can heat things up with these 25 hot winter date ideas. Get out of the cold, or bundle up and head out into it with your favourite someone!
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