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35+ Restaurants and Cafes For Outdoor Patio Dining in Edmonton

35+ Restaurants and Cafes For Outdoor Patio Dining in Edmonton

This spring, you can find outdoor patios popping up all over the Capital Region. Some offer heated and enclosed spaces, some offer a place to stop off the Ave with your pups, some offer views from around a fire, and some offer purely ‘Instagrammable’ spaces- and in all cases, with good and drink food to boot.
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15 Small Towns and Cities For a Weekend Trip in Manitoba

15 Small Towns and Cities For a Weekend Trip in Manitoba

As summer approaches, many of us are gearing up for fun, adventurous road tips. Manitoba has plenty of awesome sights to see, along with innumerable quaint small towns and cities to check out. Here are 15 you'll want to add to your list. **Kindly do not travel during COVID-19 restrictions. Plan a trip once Manitoba Health lifts all travel-related restrictions.** Pinawa This community on the border of Whiteshell Provincial Park may be small, but it isn’t lacking in things to do. Here, you’ll find the remains of an old dam which make for a great photo op. You’ll also want
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Must Visit Antique Stores in Nova Scotia

Must Visit Antique Stores in Nova Scotia

Antique shops allow us to do something very few museums can. They let us touch the items and even for a price, take a piece of history home with us. With Nova Scotia’s rich history, it is no wonder there are amazing antique stores located across the province. Antique lovers will have a blast visiting the fantastic antique stores listed below. Must Visit Local Thrift and Consignment Stores in Nova Scotia Finer Things Antiques & Curios Deemed as a “destination not to be missed” by the New York Times and winner of The Coast best antique store award a number
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20 of the Best Gardens You Should Visit in Greater Toronto Area

20 of the Best Gardens You Should Visit in Greater Toronto Area

Gorgeous gardens span across the Greater Toronto Area, and range from flowers that come in all colours of the spectrum to shrubs and bushes that make up a visually beautiful green backdrop for a stroll. Some are accessible, some are kid-friendly, and some have sweeping views of Lake Ontario, but all of them showcase the beauty of nature. Here are some of the best gardens you should visit in and around Toronto: **Indoor Gardens (conservatories) and select sections of the public gardens may not be open during COVID-19 restrictions. Verify before travelling.** 1. City of Toronto Allan Gardens Allan Gardens
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U-Pick Flower Farms For a Day Trip in Ontario

U-Pick Flower Farms For a Day Trip in Ontario

This spring and summer, escape the city limits and find yourself on a beautiful farm amidst wild and colourful petals. If you enjoy picking flowers directly off a farm, visit one of these U-Pick flower farms in Ontario.
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20 Places to See Cherry Blossoms in and Around Toronto

20 Places to See Cherry Blossoms in and Around Toronto

While there are some popular spots to see the Sakura trees in bloom, such as High Park in Toronto, the region offers many other locations to view these gorgeous pink petals. If you want to catch seasonal cherry blossoms, visit one of these 20 places located in and around the Greater Toronto Region.
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Hiking Trails at Birds Hill Provincial Park

Hiking Trails at Birds Hill Provincial Park

Located close to Winnipeg, Birds Hill Provincial Park is frequented by visitors throughout the year. A popular activity for visitors at the parks is cycling or hiking the many scenic trails. These trails range from distances of 1 km to 16 km. Go prepared with proper walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, and drinking water. Cedar Bog Trail Cedar Bog Trail is a heavily trafficked self-guided looped trail. The trail starts at a relatively high elevation and passes through an aspen forest. It then descends to a cool and damp cedar bog. The trail winds through regions of aspen and oak
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Hiking Trails at the Whiteshell Provincial Park

Hiking Trails at the Whiteshell Provincial Park

There are a number of trails you can enjoy at the Whiteshel Provincial Park. Some of them cross steep rock outcrops, while some may be wet or muddy. Go prepared with proper walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, and drinking water. Don't forget your camera and binoculars! Be sure to check trail conditions before starting. You might like: Top Hiking Trails in Manitoba McGillivray Falls Self-guiding Trail The McGillivray Falls trail follows a small drainage basin that is typical of the Precambrian Shield. Hikers can choose between a shorter 2.8 km loop or a longer 4.6 km trail. The
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15 Small Towns For a Weekend Trip in Alberta

15 Small Towns For a Weekend Trip in Alberta

There are several staycations around Alberta that you can create within our large provincial borders. Beyond Alberta’s Provincial Parks, National Parks, campgrounds, and big cities, you can plan your local vacation or getaway around our several small towns, villages, and hamlets which offer unique dining or cultural opportunities, outdoor recreation, site-seeing, or historical touring. Here are 15 Alberta towns you should consider for a weekend getaway (once the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted): Cardston Located very close to the U.S border and Waterton Lakes National Park, the town of Cardston is worth a weekend or more of your time. If you
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Fun Things to Do at Whitney Lakes Provincial Park

Fun Things to Do at Whitney Lakes Provincial Park

Protecting provincially significant esker and kettle from retreating glaciers ~10 000 years ago in the northern part of Central Alberta, Whitney Lakes Provincial Park located 20 minutes east of the town of Elk Point truly has it all and offers outdoor or leisurely fun all year-round. Whether you’re here to enjoy the lake in the summer with lazing around the beach, boating and fishing, camping at one of the best beach and lake campgrounds in Alberta or looking for a rustic and secluded back-country experience, there are so many ways to enjoy this large central Alberta Provincial Park. There is
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Must Visit Local Thrift and Consignment Stores in Nova Scotia

Must Visit Local Thrift and Consignment Stores in Nova Scotia

Thrift shopping has grown in popularity because there are more people who want to save money and lessen their environmental impact. Luckily, Nova Scotia is home to a unique selection of thrift and consignment shops. Each shop offers its own treasure hunt where you can find ‘new to you’ gems for your closet. The shops listed below are fantastic places where you can find new-to-you clothing that won’t cost you an ‘arm or leg’. You may like: 15 Unique Places to Shop in Halifax Must Visit Antique Stores in Nova Scotia In The Bin Used Clothing & More A thrift
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Things to Do at Sundance Provincial Park

Things to Do at Sundance Provincial Park

Located northwest of Edson, Sundance Provincial Park protects approximately 9200 acres of Alberta's Foothills Natural Region. This lower foothill park is divided into two main areas and is an incredibly diverse landscape in terms of geological features, vegetation, and wildlife. The lower end of the Park begins at Highway 16 in aspen uplands, and stretches north through the Sundance Valley, the Sundance Canyon, and Marl Bog. The northernmost boundaries of the park are marked by Emerson Creek Road. What to See and Do at Sundance Provincial Park Sundance Provincial Park has two distinct areas: Sundance Valley on the east and
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Outdoor Adventures at Sulphur Gates Provincial Recreational Area

Outdoor Adventures at Sulphur Gates Provincial Recreational Area

Sulphur Gates Provincial Recreational Area, a beautiful gem of the Grande Cache area is tucked away off Highway 40 just south of town. The recreational area covering an area of more than 1000 hectares is free to visit and can provide an entire day’s worth of fun and outdoor activity.
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Things to Do at Hard Luck Canyon

Things to Do at Hard Luck Canyon

The Hard Luck Canyon is a short drive south of Whitecourt as you follow the Lost Creek and West Mountain Road. The canyon was carved out of the sandstone layers by Hard Luck Creek and reveal the Paskapoo formation which underlies most of Alberta. The area provides a scenic picnic site, an afternoon hike, and waterfall views. Things to Do and See at Hard Luck Canyon Hard Luck Canyon is a gorgeous, unique geological formation of sandstone banks and cliffs. The view of the canyon from the bridge that spans the falls which you can access via the hiking trail
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25 Must Do Scenic Lookout Hikes Near Calgary

25 Must Do Scenic Lookout Hikes Near Calgary

If you are going to hike, you might as well choose a route with a culmination of breathtaking views and the feeling of being on top of the world. There are so many places around the city of Calgary to visit and enjoy a good walk to a viewpoint that it’s impossible to list them all, but if you are enamoured by elegant vistas and beautiful pathways, then these are a great place to start. 17 Must-Visit Scenic Lookouts in Calgary All of the hikes listed will require a day including ~ 4 to 5 hours roundtrip drive. Lake Louise
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10 of the Best Things to Do in Whitecourt

10 of the Best Things to Do in Whitecourt

Whitecourt’s surrounding natural areas are the perfect setting for a variety of nature adventures like hikes, mountain biking, wildlife viewing and sightseeing. But if you’re looking for more of a cultural experience, take a walk down 50th Ave. for a unique local dining experience. You can have a few different adventures when you visit Whitecourt, no matter the time of year!
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25 Unique Museums to Visit in Manitoba

25 Unique Museums to Visit in Manitoba

Are you looking for some fun, educational places to visit in Manitoba? This heartland province boats of many unique museums, both large and small. Here are 25 museums that you're going to want to check out.
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20+ Parks to Go Camping in Newfoundland and Labrador

20+ Parks to Go Camping in Newfoundland and Labrador

It doesn’t matter if you choose to rough it and set up camp yourself or take a cozy nature retreat in a fully furnished yurt, the parks around Newfoundland and Labrador offer a fantastic camping experience for everyone. Sleep under the starry skies and get away from the hustle of the city this spring and summer when you camp or glamp in the natural beauty of this picturesque province. Gros Morne National Park Spend warm summer days on the shores of the ponds, lakes, rivers, or the ocean in beautiful Gros Morne National Park. Enjoy the comforts of home in
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Road Trip: Drive the Trent-Severn Waterway

Road Trip: Drive the Trent-Severn Waterway

If you don’t have a boat, but love a good car trip, you can enjoy the best of Central Ontario by wheeling your way along the route of the Trent-Severn Waterway on land. You’ll still get a chance to enjoy the rural scenery, the quaint towns, and the waterside views that boaters see as they explore the lock system. It’s a wonderful way to disappear for a holiday that is relaxing and rejuvenating as you crank up some tunes and see the sights. While you can enjoy six full days along this route, if you want to slow it down,
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Where to Stargaze in Ontario: Dark Sky Areas and Observatories

Where to Stargaze in Ontario: Dark Sky Areas and Observatories

Whether you are a serious astronomer or are simply captivated by the beauty and mystery of the solar system, these dark sky areas and observatories in Ontario will offer a chance to explore the dark skies.
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Bon Echo Provincial Park

Highway 7 Road Trip: Must Visit Places Between Peterborough and Ottawa

Highway 7 was once one of Ontario’s major highways, until Hwy. 401 came along and offered a faster route with more lanes. However, for those who want to avoid the speedway of life – or who are unwilling to drive south before driving east – Hwy. 7 is a safe route thanks to passing lanes added in the past two decades. Take your time and discover the many delights along the route as you drive from Peterborough east to Ottawa. Indian River Reptile Zoo and Dinosaur Park This private museum has great children’s programming and an inspiring number and variety
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25 Natural Wonders You Should Visit in Alberta

25 Natural Wonders You Should Visit in Alberta

It is not hard to find beauty in Alberta’s natural surroundings. This large province contains all sorts of wilderness to explore like waterfalls, mountains, glaciers, badlands and hoodoos, foothills, caves, rivers, and all the space in between. You can check a number of these unique sights off your bucket list by combining some of Alberta’s natural wonders into one day or weekend trip. To make those trips easier, these 25 of Alberta’s natural wonders are organized by region. Almost all of the locations mentioned (except for those in National Parks) are free to visit. Best of Alberta: A 15 Day
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25 Giant Attractions For Your Road Trip Across Northern Alberta

25 Giant Attractions For Your Road Trip Across Northern Alberta

The amount large, enormous, and even humungous roadside attractions in Alberta can seem endless. You are bound to run into a neat and unique ‘big item’ worth of a stop, rest, or photo op across Alberta. Completing a quintessential ‘big Alberta’ road trip can mean multiple day trips, or weekend and week-long provincial staycations. And as you drive through the various small towns of northern Alberta, take this as an opportunity to explore. You can explore nature via the multiple provincial parks, lakes, and forests, or you can explore the towns themselves through local dining, shopping, and visiting of parks.
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Where to Stargaze in Alberta: Dark Sky Areas and Observatories

Where to Stargaze in Alberta: Dark Sky Areas and Observatories

In Canada, you can find areas of dark sky preserved by both Parks Canada and Alberta’s Provincial Parks. Dark sky preserves ensure limited to no light pollution within an area to help nocturnal wildlife and ecosystems thrive; one added bonus is that we can see the best of Alberta’s northern dark skies: stars-possibly a shooting star- Northern Lights, or bright full moons. An Alberta stargazing adventure can easily be made into a day trip at Provincial and National Park day-use areas, or some observatories; or you can choose from one of many campsites and comfort camping opportunities in Alberta. All
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DayTripper - Georgian Bay Islands National Park

DayTripper – Georgian Bay Islands National Park

Visit this National Park composed of 63 islands where the windswept white pines and granite shores of the Canadian Shield are yours to discover!
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10 Things to Do on Your Trip to St. Paul, Alberta

10 Things to Do on Your Trip to St. Paul, Alberta

If you know of the town of St. Paul but have never been here, then it may be due in part to their famous UFO Landing Pad. The Landing Pad did indeed put St. Paul on the map, but once you arrive in town, there is much more to explore beyond the aliens. This is a town rich in Metis and Ukrainian history and because of its Lakeland location, sits north of Upper Therrien Lake, and is surrounded by more lakes. St. Paul, located 2 hours northeast of Edmonton, is a place to visit with great dining, outdoor activities, and
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30 Things to Do Outdoors During Spring in Ottawa

30 Things to Do Outdoors During Spring in Ottawa

Spring in the capital means fresh air, colourful gardens, patios, and the beginning of warmer days before the dog days of summer. Grab your family and friends and get ready for sweet adventures in the city's springtime glow and the lush green space surrounding. Here are 30 things to do during spring in Ottawa: **Please follow all health regulations and do not travel to other regions if prohibited during COVID-19.** 1. Have a sweet time at the Sugar Shack Feed your sweet tooth with the Sugar Shack's seasonal sugar menu. You'll taste all things maple glazed to perfection and can
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Canadian Niagara Power Generating Station

Things to Do and See at Canadian Niagara Power Station

Historic Power Station on the shores of Niagara Falls River will welcome tourists starting July 1, 2021. Completed in 1905, Canadian Niagara Power was the first major power plant on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. The architect for the Canadian Niagara Power was Algernon S. Bell, and features a Queenston limestone exterior, low profile design and dark green clay tiles on the roof to help it blend in with its picturesque surroundings. Katy Wassenaar (Niagara Parks)In addition to the stunning design features, Canadian Niagara Power was one of the first power stations to undertake a major tunnel project with
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14 Places to Go Camping in Prince Edward Island

14 Places to Go Camping in Prince Edward Island

Grab your camping gear and get ready to have some fantastic adventures when you travel around beautiful Prince Edward Island. Wake up to the sound of the ocean and sleep under the stars. Explore the parks in your own backyard, or take a longer trip for a weekend getaway: either way, set up camp and enjoy the natural wonders of PEI. You may also like: Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping on Prince Edward Island Brudenell River Provincial Park If you are looking for lots to do while camping, look no further than Brudenell River Provincial Park. The largest
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15 Places to Get Exquisite Flower Bouquets in London

15 Places to Get Exquisite Flower Bouquets in London

Flowers brighten and enliven spaces and bring smiles to all faces. Check out this list of 15 places you can buy floral bouquets in London. Green Bee Floral Co. Green Bee Floral's bouquets offer the very best of seasons. Be it a classic design or an unusual one, the floral arrangements by these florists will suit any occasion. Contact Details: 335 Beattie St. Strathroy; Phone: 519-859-0934 View this post on Instagram A post shared by Green Bee Floral Co. (@greenbeefloralco) Lovebird Flowers Inc Say it with flowers! The cut flower bouquets and arrangements by Lovebird Flowers can truly speak to
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Must Visit Places in Manitoba

Must Visit Places in Manitoba

A list of must visit places to visit in Canada's Heartland - Manitoba. The fifth most populous province of Canada, and the longitudinal centre of Canada is characterized by wide open spaces punctuated with rolling parklands, sandy beaches, lush boreal forests, and crystal lakes. Pick a wild flower or berry, watch a majestic Caribou, or kayak with beluga whales in this prairie province!
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25 of the Best Parks to Go Camping Near Toronto

25 of the Best Parks to Go Camping Near Toronto

Escape from the city and experience the beautiful tranquillity of the great outdoors. Experience adventure, ecosystems and stunning wildlife among the 25 places to go camping near Toronto.
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15 Restaurants to Get Easter Brunch or Dinner in Saskatoon

15 Restaurants to Get Easter Brunch or Dinner in Saskatoon

Easter is a great opportunity to gather friends and family and enjoy a fantastic meal. If you’re looking for somewhere to get your Easter brunch, lunch, or dinner this year, Saskatoon is full of good options. Here are 15 of the best places to get your Easter meal. 15 Places to Get Easter Chocolates and Treats in Saskatoon Calories Restaurant Consider heading to Calories for your delicious Easter meal. This year, the restaurant is offering diners an Easter dinner package. The meal includes soup, porchetta, and your choice of a pie or torte for dessert. They also have brunch options
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Alberta's Northernmost Badlands at Kleskun Hill Natural Area

Alberta’s Northernmost Badlands at Kleskun Hill Natural Area

Did you that there exist badlands that date back to the age of the dinosaurs within the county of Grande Prairie? Located just east of the city of Grande Prairie near Bezanson is Kleskun Hill Park and Natural Area. This north-west park offers a host of weekend activities like hiking, camping, wildlife viewing, and a chance to learn about Alberta’s history. Things to Do at Kleskun Hill Park & Natural Area Protected by Alberta Parks, Kleskun Hill Natural Area features the province's northernmost badlands. The most noticeable badland formations are Dinosaur Hill and Garrett Hill; these unique formations are the
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15 Spring Day Trips From Calgary

15 Spring Day Trips From Calgary

All around Calgary there are trails to hike, rivers and lakes to kayak, wildlife to spot, arts to marvel at, and cultures or histories to learn about. We’ve included all sorts of day trips for your spring trip, from specific locations to events and festivals. The times listed are one-way and do not include your stay at any locations, or your drive back to Calgary. Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area Visit the 4,800-acre wildlife preserve – the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area. There is a slight charge to park for the day, but you can experience some wilderness
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Guide to Planning a Summer Boating Trip on Trent-Severn Waterway

Guide to Planning a Summer Boating Trip on Trent-Severn Waterway

Planning to go on a summer cruise? Did you know that in Central Ontario, there exists a waterway where you can experience nature at its finest? The Historic Trent-Severn Waterway, which officially opened 101 years ago, runs for 386 kilometres via 45 locks from Bay of Quinte (west of Belleville) to Georgian Bay (at Port Severn). Now a National Historic Site, the waterway, operated by Parks Canada, includes North America's only marine railway, and the top two of the highest hydraulic lift locks in the world. The lift locks of Trent-Severn Waterway are truly Canadian marvels of engineering. The water
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15 Spring Day Trips From Edmonton

15 Spring Day Trips From Edmonton

We may not be able to travel far for our Spring vacations, but we can still explore our own backyard. First on your list can be all the art displays that decorate small-town Alberta: from murals to statues and sculptures, you can easily create day trips around historic and cultural art around our province. There are also many natural areas to escape to for the day, all within no more than 2.5 hours of Edmonton. You can hike, spot wildlife, and go birding, or just set up a chair for some relaxation under the stars. The times listed are one-way
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20 Ideas For a Staycation This Spring Break in Alberta

20 Ideas For a Staycation This Spring Break in Alberta

Spring in Alberta can mean snow, or it can mean sun. If you’re looking for a spring break staycation this year, there are activities around the province that can be enjoyed with all the possible spring conditions. Many of these spring break staycation ideas can also be enjoyed as day trips. 1. Across Alberta Visit Provincial Parks Who needs a tropical vacation when you live in a winter paradise? Don’t miss your chance to explore some of Alberta’s parks this Spring break. Whether you plan to enjoy stunning sunsets of Crimson Lake, or re-discover hoodoos of the Badlands, there are
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spring in Newfoundland

25 Things to Do During Spring in Newfoundland

It is a well-known fact that spring in Newfoundland and Labrador is cooler than all the other Atlantic Provinces. Often times in Newfoundland the winter weather continues after April, but here are 25 ways to shake off the winter blues this spring in Newfoundland. There is something for everyone from the west coast's mountains to the eastern fjords. 1. Spring Festivals **The festivals may not be held due to COVID-19.** Songs, Stages and Seafood Festival Songs, Stages and Seafood Festival celebrates the sea and the local culture. The sea has curved its way into daily life and the local songs
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15 of the Best Parks to Go Camping in New Brunswick

15 of the Best Parks to Go Camping in New Brunswick

Sleeping under the stars, roasting marshmallows, and taking a dip in some of the warmest saltwater in Canada. Sounds amazing, right? Adventure is never too far away in the picturesque province of New Brunswick. Pack up your sleeping bag and tent and get ready for an exciting adventure in your own backyard, or you can go explore somewhere new without going too far from home.
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25 of the Best Provincial Parks to Go Camping This Summer in Ontario

25 of the Best Provincial Parks to Go Camping This Summer in Ontario

This expansive province offers lush forests, beautiful lakes and is home to thousands of different wildlife species. Explore the outdoors and take advantage of the beauty found within nature with a choice of 25 Ontario parks to go camping; create memories with you and your family that will last a lifetime!
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15 Giant Attractions For a Road Trip in Saskatchewan

15 Giant Attractions For a Road Trip in Saskatchewan

Are you feeling up for a road trip? The Prarie provinces boast of larger-than-life sculptures and Saskatchewan has its own fair share of big things. Hit the road and check out these 15 cool roadside attractions throughout the province. Eiffel Tower You don't have to go to Paris to see Eiffel Tower. Visit Montmartre also known as Paris-of-the-Prairies located 90 km southeast of Regina. Entirely made of steel, the 30-foot replica of the Eiffel Tower (1/38-scale model) represents the village's history as the original settlers of the town arrived from France. Plan Your Trip Lesia Lesia is a 25-foot tall
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25 Places to Go Camping in and Around Calgary

25 Places to Go Camping in and Around Calgary

You do not need to drive much distance to find beautiful, scenic, or unique campsites around Calgary. To the west of Calgary, the highways are dotted with numerous campsites and cabin options until you hit Banff National Park. You can also head southwest from Calgary to find many Provincial Parks nestles in the foothills. It seems no matter where you camp around Calgary, be it east, west, north, or south, you can find amazing views of all sorts, opportunities for mountain or river adventures, and 100s of km worth of hiking and biking trails. Best of Alberta: A 15 Day
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25 Things to Do During Spring In Halifax

25 Things to Do During Spring In Halifax

Spring is just around the corner, and it’s time to celebrate! It’s time for rain, flowers, rain, longer days, warmer air, and rain! Alright, there might not be that much rain…but you never know. That’s why this list includes lots of outdoor activities as well as some indoor ones, so you have something to do on the not-so-fair weather days. Enjoy the renewal that comes with the equinox, and make this spring a time to remember. Patio Season Begins Thanks to some innovating, patio season is beginning earlier this year, and I honestly couldn’t be happier. Restaurants with patios all
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25 Places to Go Camping In & Around Edmonton

25 Places to Go Camping In & Around Edmonton

No matter your definition of ‘camping,’ there are plenty of options for enjoying Alberta’s starry night skies, forested hills, sandy beaches, and fish-filled lakes this spring and summer near Edmonton. Here are 25 places to go camping within 3 hours of Edmonton - from private parks and campsites to National Parks and from cabins and tipis to RV camping.
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25 of the Best Parks to Go Camping in Nova Scotia

25 of the Best Parks to Go Camping in Nova Scotia

Pack up your camping gear and get ready for a fantastic adventure when you go camping in Nova Scotia. Rediscover the beauty of the great outdoors, the wonder of sleeping under the stars, and of course S’mores. Check out the places nearby, or take a longer trip for a weekend away from home (subject to COVID-19 restrictions); either way, set up camp and enjoy the natural wonders of Nova Scotia. 15 Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping in Nova Scotia Cape Breton Highlands National Park The Cabot Trail is best explored over a few days, and over a third
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15 Roadside Attractions For a Road Trip in Manitoba

15 Roadside Attractions For a Road Trip in Manitoba

Feel like heading out on a road trip and doing something fun? Visiting Manitoba’s several large roadside attractions is a great way to get out and about and check out the quirkiest parts of the province. Here are 15 roadside attractions in Manitoba that you’re going to want to check out! World’s Largest Curling Rock Curling is a Manitoba favourite! You can experience Manitoba’s love of the sport for yourself by checking out this roadside attraction at the Arborg Curling and Community Club. The world’s largest curling rock is a tribute to two Manitoba curling teams and is a fun
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Best Places to Buy Plants in Toronto & GTA

Best Places to Buy Plants in Toronto & GTA

As the season begins to warm, we are looking at our gardens, excited to freshen up the soil with an array of green foliage. Whether you are creating an outdoor garden, beautifying your space by adding some fresh, green plants, visit these nurseries and garden centres to choose from a wide variety of choices. Whether you are a professional landscaper or a just a lover of leaves, check out the 25 best places to buy plants in the GTA. Ajax: Vandermeer Nursery & Garden Centre Vandermeer Nursery is the largest nursery in Durham and you can find rare plants, and
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12 Places to See Apple Blossoms in Nova Scotia

12 Places to See Apple Blossoms in Nova Scotia

April showers bring May flowers and apple blossoms. The Annual Apple Blossom Festival in the Annapolis Valley has been delayed until 2022, but you can see the beautiful white and pink blossoms bloom across Nova Scotia. Here are just 12 places you can visit to view apple blossoms. **Remember to only leave footprints and take only photos. ** Apple Lane Farm One of my favourite places to go is a hidden gem called Apple Lane Farm and it is so worth the drive. The views from the orchard are breathtaking with the rolling hills covered in apple and pear trees
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Things to See Along Trans-Canada Highway in Saskatchewan

Things to See Along Trans-Canada Highway in Saskatchewan

You hear it all the time – Saskatchewan is so flat and filled with farmland that there is nothing worth stopping for. But, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. The fact is, for as flat as this province is, there is so much to see. There are lots of rest stops along the highway, but some are worth the stop. Since there are so many spots worth stopping at, we made a list of the things you should check out as you travel the Trans-Canada Highway in Saskatchewan. Road Trip Saskatchewan: Grasslands National Park to Prince Albert National Park
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March Break Getaways & Staycations in Nova Scotia

March Break Getaways & Staycations in Nova Scotia

While the weather is uncertain in March, one thing is for sure: March Break is coming up! It’s a great time to get the whole family together for an adventure, and the businesses of Nova Scotia know it, particularly the hospitality industry. Whether you want to go further afield or stay close to home, there are options for everyone and lots of fun to be had. These options were chosen with kids of all ages in mind, so it’s easy to customize your March Break getaway to your family’s greatest enjoyment. You may like: 75 Teen Activities in Nova Scotia
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25 Maple Farms and Sugar Shacks to Visit in Ontario

25 Maple Farms and Sugar Shacks to Visit in Ontario

Observing real maple syrup production is a truly Canadian experience. As the winter weather begins to warm, treat yourself and the whole family to the sweet freshness of maple syrup. Here are 25 maple farms, sugar shacks and pancake houses to visit in Ontario. Venture out into the beautiful countryside and learn about how syrup is made by visiting one of the 25 maple sugar shacks in Ontario. Enjoy connecting with wildlife while tasting one of nature’s sweetest treats!
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Things to Do During March Break in Charlottetown

Things to Do During March Break in Charlottetown

There are many fun activities and events that will keep you and the kids busy this spring break. Listed below are the events and activities that are taking place this March Break in Charlottetown. Ice City Covid-friendly Ice City is all set to take over Charlottetown from February 12 to March 14, 2021. Decking the streets in ice sculptures and other wintery decor, Ice City will also have Signature Events each weekend, like Sugar Shacks, Comedy Shows, Live Music, and an Outdoor Market, as well as a slew of cool micro-events and themed programming. Charlottetown February 12 to March 14,
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Things to Do during March Break in Prince Edward Island

Things to Do During March Break in Prince Edward Island

You do not need to travel far to have fun this March Break. Keep your family busy this March Break and spend time together having fun on Prince Edward Island. Here is what is happening this March Break in PEI. Ice City – Charlottetown Covid-friendly Ice City is all set to take over Charlottetown from February 12 to March 14, 2021. Decking the streets in ice sculptures and other wintery decor, Ice City will also have Signature Events each weekend, like Sugar Shacks, Comedy Shows, Live Music, and an Outdoor Market, as well as a slew of cool micro events and
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20 Outdoor Winter Adventures in and Around Grande Prairie

20 Outdoor Winter Adventures in and Around Grande Prairie

This northwestern Alberta city is located in the southern part of Peace River Country boasts of wide-open spaces and plenty of winter activities that let you enjoy the best of the northern Alberta landscape. Here are 20 things to do outdoors during this winter in Grande Prairie. 1. Winter Fun at Muskoseepi Park Muskoseepi, or Bear Creek in Cree, is an 1100-acre park at the centre of Grande Prairie. Every year, the city floods and maintains the park’s pond for smooth city skating. This pond is strictly for recreational skaters, as absolutely no hockey equipment is allowed on the ice.
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15 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Stratford and Perth County

15 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Stratford and Perth County

Just west of Kitchener, you’ll find the savoury delights of Perth County and the towns of Stratford, Perth, St. Mary’s and Listowel. In addition to tubing and trails, you’ll find a delicious Chocolate Trail. Yes, it’s time to explore this fantastic combination!
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10 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Haldimand County

10 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Haldimand County

South of Brantford and Six Nations, Canada’s largest First Nations Reserve, Haldimand fronts on Lake Erie and offers lots to explore from trails to parks to historic spots perfect for a family picture. 1. Go Birding on the grounds of a Historic Mansion Hike the grounds of 1840s Greek Revival Mansion at Ruthven Park National Historic Site and identify birds that winter in Ontario. The site to see fall and spring bird migrations is also a great visit for winetr hiking or a nature walk that boasts a diversity of ecosystems that provide essential habitat for an amazing variety of
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Go Glamping With Kids at Sandman Hotels in Calgary

Go Glamping With Kids at Sandman Hotels in Calgary

If you are in search of a wonderful spring break getaway with kids without leaving Calgary, then book a "Glamping experience" getaway at Sandman Hotels. Glamp inside organic cotton tents, in a room furnished with kids camping chairs, and a starry night projector. You will also receive a camping picnic basket with Pop-Tart S’mores, hot chocolate and camping-inspired snacks. To top all that, to replicate the swim in the lake experience, every booking includes a one-hour private family swim time. Book a getaway with kids to Sandman Hotel and go glamping without worrying about the weather. Glamping Experience Sandman Hotel
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15+ Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Parry Sound

15+ Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Parry Sound

Parry Sound District sits at the top of Lake Muskoka, between the shores of Georgian Bay, Lake Nipissing and the French River. While its lakes offer some great places to fish and admire vistas, there are countless trails, rinks and breweries to warm you up on winter days and nights. 25 of the Best Things to Do in Parry Sound Kill some time on Killbear trails Depending on your energy level, you can take a quick 25-minute hike or snowshow along Lighthouse Point Trail at Killbear Provincial Park or invest three hours to explore its full Recreational Trail. In between,
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15 Things to Do During Winter in Chatham-Kent

15 Things to Do During Winter in Chatham-Kent

Tucked between Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair, Chatham-Kent has trails that take you into the Carolinian forest or activities like disc golf, wineries or horse-backing riding to give you some variety in your winter days. Summer Fun in Chatham-Kent **Due to COVID-19 restrictions (including stay-at-home order and grey/red zone rules), not all activities listed below will be available during 2020-21 winter season. Please verify before travelling.** Spice it up at Rondeau Rondeau Provincial Park is well-known for its numerous trails. Spice Bush Trail at Rondeau Provincial Park meanders through hardwood forests as you trek on skis, snowshoes, or in your
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15 of the Best Outdoor Wedding Venues in Nova Scotia

15 of the Best Outdoor Wedding Venues in Nova Scotia

We may be in winter’s grip, but it’s never too early to start planning for the summer. This is especially true for weddings, whether it’s this summer or the summer of 2022, or beyond! Getting married outside allows nature into your ceremony, creates an inclusive space for old and new traditions, and makes it easy to get creative with decorations. Whether it’s by the water, on historic grounds, or among beautiful plants, here are some suggestions for your outside wedding in Nova Scotia. Beavercreek Winery Beavercreek Winery is relatively new to the wedding game, starting in 2014, but they’ve quickly
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Alberta Parks’ 2021 Campsite Reservations to Open on March 4

Alberta Parks’ 2021 Campsite Reservations to Open on March 4

Online camping reservations for Alberta Parks for 2021 summer season will open on March 4 at 9:00 a.m. Online camping reservations for Alberta Parks for 2021 summer season will open on March 5, 2021 for comfort camping, March 4 for individual campsites.
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25 Scenic Waterfalls to See Around Toronto During Winter

25 Scenic Waterfalls to See Around Toronto During Winter

You don’t need to wait until summer to experience the beauty of the 25 frozen waterfalls to see in the GTA. Bundle up and get outside; the magnificence of Mother Nature is calling you!
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20+ Fun Outdoor Winter Activities in and Around Steinbach

20+ Fun Outdoor Winter Activities in and Around Steinbach

If you’re looking for ways to pass the winter in the Steinbach area, you’re in luck. There are plenty of fun things to do in and around Steinbach (2 hours)! Here are 25 awesome outdoor winter activities you should check out.
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25 of the Best Places to Enjoy Winter Hiking and Snowshoeing in New Brunswick

25 of the Best Places to Go Winter Hiking and Snowshoeing in New Brunswick

There is nothing better than the silence of the forest after a snowfall. New Brunswick is home to many wonderful hiking trails that turn into a fantastic winter wonderland for snowshoeing and winter hiking. Many of the trails are easily accessible, whereas others will take some amount of hiking to just reach the trail. This winter, spend some time with family and friends checking out the 25 places listed below. Dobson Trail Go for a relaxing winter hike on this beautiful 58 km ‘hiking-only trail’ that starts in the Town of Riverview and goes all the way to Fundy National
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Outdoor Winter Activities in Grand Falls-Windsor

Outdoor Winter Activities in Grand Falls-Windsor

Don’t let the winter blues get you down this year! Dress warmly and get active in the fresh, frosty winter air. Grand Falls-Windsor is packed with lots of snowy fun for people of all ages. Here are just some winter activities that you can take part in this year around Grand Falls-Windsor and Gander. Snowmobile right though town Grand Falls-Windsor has snowmobiling trails going through downtown and is also surrounded by them. So, have some fun this winter and go snowmobiling into town to meet up with your friends for coffee. At the moment, the Exploits Valley Snowmobile Association is
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25 Fabulous Places to Propose in Nova Scotia

25 Fabulous Places to Propose in Nova Scotia

If you’re thinking about popping the big question, but you’re stuck on the best place to do it, never fear, Nova Scotia is here! In all seriousness, proposals are a big deal, and they deserve a special setting. You might choose a place with significant memories for both of you, a place that celebrates a common interest, or a brand new place that just feels right. Best of luck to those proposing, and hopefully this list will give you some inspiration! Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens Four hundred years of gardening have created the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens, and those efforts
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18 Things to Do Outdoors this Winter in Brantford & Brant County

18 Things to Do Outdoors this Winter in Brantford & Brant County

You can find an adventure every day on the trails, hills and outdoor rinks of Brantford and Brant County before you even book a sleigh ride or a day of fishing. With so much open space to explore, you’ll discover that winter just flies by. Things to Do During Winter in Ontario 1. Follow Brock’s Route This trail runs right through Brantford and carries on a full 32 kilometres east to Hamilton and south to Port Dover. It traces part of the route that Sir Isaac Brock followed during the War of 1812, highlighted by markers of key points along
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25 Fun Outdoor Winter Activities in and Around Brandon

25 Fun Outdoor Winter Activities in and Around Brandon

Looking to pass the time in Brandon? There are plenty of fun things you can get up to in the area, even in winter! Here are 25 fun activities you can do in and around Brandon that will help stave off those winter blues. Explore Brandon’s Murals Brandon has a great art scene, and there's no better way to experience it than by checking out the murals around town. The city of Brandon offers a walking tour guide of all the murals. Go by yourself or with a friend and see how many you can find! Explore Brandon Hills Wildlife
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15 Outdoor Winter Activities in Sarnia & Lambton County

15 Outdoor Winter Activities in Sarnia & Lambton County

Lambton County is a close-knit community along the shores of Lake Huron. During the winter months, you can enjoy a variety of activities and scenic views. Whether you choose to watch a sunset from a horse-drawn carriage or take in the view from high above while skydiving, your visit here will surely be a memorable one. Families, couples, and adventure seekers are welcomed here with open arms by the hospitality of local residents and business owners. Things to Do During Winter in Ontario The Pinery Provincial Park is just as much fun in the winter as it is in the
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25 Outdoor Winter Activities in Huron County

20+ Outdoor Winter Activities in Goderich & Huron County

History, romance, and adventure await you in Huron County in the winter. Step into a fairy tale and plan your own romantic ending with a list of winter activities for everyone in your group or family. The shores of Lake Huron are transformed into crystalized works of art sparkling in the sunshine or illuminated by the searchlight of the nearby lighthouse. Things to Do During Winter in Ontario Huron Historic Gaol in Goderich is a former prison built in the first half of the 19th Designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1973, this well-preserved building features a unique
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25 Outdoor Winter Activities in and Around Portage la Prairie

25 Outdoor Winter Activities in and Around Portage la Prairie

Don’t hole yourself up this winter! Even though it’s cold, winter still holds plenty of opportunities to get out and explore. If you’re looking for things to do outside in Portage la Prairie, here are 25 awesome things you can try.
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Scenic Waterfalls to See During Winter in Manitoba

Scenic Waterfalls to See During Winter in Manitoba

Manitoba winters have their fair share of beauty. If you can brave the cold, check out some of the waterfalls.
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Restaurants Offering In-Person Valentine’s Day Dinner in Edmonton

Restaurants Offering In-Person Valentine’s Day Dinner in Edmonton

Good news - you CAN get out of the house for Valentine’s Day date this year. In Edmonton, you can find several restaurants, bistros, and pubs that are working hard at giving you a perfect date night. With the recent lifting of some dining restrictions, these restaurants have opened their doors to a limited number of people for Valentine’s Day Dine-in Specials. All of these dining experiences need to be reserved in advance to ensure all the restaurants have adequate distancing and seating space. If they happen to be sold out of dine-in experiences, be sure to ask about their
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15 Things to Do during Islander Day Weekend in PEI

15 Things to Do during Islander Day Weekend in PEI

Islander Day Weekend is a great time to head out with family and friends to explore the beautiful island landscapes. There are a lot of things to do across the island that should keep you busy the whole long weekend. Here are just 15 things that you can choose from to do this Islander Day Weekend across Prince Edward Island. More Things to Do: Inclement Weather? Enjoy Indoor Attractions & Activities in Charlottetown Valentine's Day Charlottetown Romantic Getaways Valentine's Day Ice City – Charlottetown Covid-friendly Ice City is all set to take over Charlottetown from February 12 to March 14,
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Things to Do Outdoors this Winter in Brockville and Leeds & Grenville County

Things to Do Outdoors this Winter in Brockville and Leeds & Grenville County

From exploring bird sanctuaries to hiking along St. Lawerence and taking in the scenic lookouts in the Canadian Shield, here are 15+ things to do outdoors during winter in Brockville and Leeds & Grenville County during winter.
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A Guide for Planning A Trip to Bruce Peninsula National Park

A Guide for Planning A Trip to Bruce Peninsula National Park

Pure magic! That is the only description that befits Bruce Peninsula National Park. Rugged cliffs rise mysteriously from the turquoise waters Lake Huron creating a breathtaking contrast that is a must-see. As the rocks give way to rich soil, ageless forests take over filling the air with the scents of coniferous plants and the symphony of countless birds.
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15 Outdoor Winter Activities in Dufferin County

15 Outdoor Winter Activities in Dufferin County

For a small county tucked just northwest of the Greater Toronto Area, Dufferin has some amazing places to get out and explore on a snowy day. From great hills for skiing and sliding to cliffs and trails, it is an enticing destination due to the high calibre of its attractions.
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Places Offering Winter Trail Rides and Sleigh Rides in Nova Scotia

Places Offering Winter Trail Rides and Sleigh Rides in Nova Scotia

Whether you want to be taller and still get some great exercise, or you want to have an outdoor ride like the olden days, you need a four-legged friend—a horse, to be exact! With all the trails across Nova Scotia, you have lots of chances to explore on horseback, whether solo or with a group. But don’t worry if you don’t have a horse of your own, or much experience: the locations below will let you borrow horses, provide guided tours, and even give lessons for riders of all ages! And if you prefer to ride on a vehicle behind
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Restaurants Offering Valentine’s Day Dinner in Saskatoon

Restaurants Offering Valentine’s Day Dinner in Saskatoon

Best Places for Valentine’s Day Dinner in Saskatoon With Valentine's Day right around the corner, you may be looking for some romantic restaurants to celebrate this wonderful day. If that's the case, you're in luck—Saskatoon has plenty of restaurants that make great date spots for Valentine's day! Here are a few of them. Valentine’s Day in Saskatoon Flanagan’s Steakhouse This classy restaurant is currently taking Valentine’s Day reservations for the 12th, 13th, and 14th of February. Visit Flanagan’s Steakhouse and enjoy a perfectly cooked steak. You and your date can also share a bottle of wine while you’re here. Address:
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Things to Do Outdoors This Winter in Prescott-Russell

Things to Do Outdoors This Winter in Prescott-Russell

This area just east of Ottawa beckons you to skate, ski and embrace its trails and treasures. You make unearth some hidden treasure or just discover your inner child while out on a dogsled ride. Either way, enjoy the season and all its delights in Prescott-Russell county. Be a skating icebreaker The City of Clarence-Rockland just opened its skate path in Alain Potvin Park so head on over and check it out. Bring your toboggan as well to ride the sledding hill once you get off the ice. 1245 Docteur Corbeil Boulevard, Rockland Follow the rail trail The Prescott-Russell Recreational
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Things to Do Outdoors this Winter in and Around Cornwall

Things to Do Outdoors this Winter in and Around Cornwall

Hugging the shores of the St. Lawrence River, this area has plenty of trails and hills to add thrills and fresh air to your winter days. Whether you choose to hang out in Cornwall or venture into the woods around it, it’s easy to embrace this chilly season in this county. Here are 15+ things to do outdoors in Cornwall and Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties.
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Peterborough's Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is Open for the Season - 2021

Peterborough’s Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is Open for the Season – 2021

Peterborough Historic Lift Lock Skating Trail is finally open for 2021 season. The Trent Severn Waterway and the City Peterborough offer public skating on the canal at the Peterborough Liftlock every winter. The Trent Severn Waterway canal, south of the Peterborough Lift Lock, opened for skating on February 1, 2021. 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. A red flag indicates skating is not permitted. You may like: Must Visit Outdoor Ice Skating Trails in Ontario Winter Fun in Peterborough Guidelines
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17 Coolest Outdoor Skating Trails in Ontario

25+ 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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25 Outdoor Winter Date Ideas in Regina

25 Outdoor Winter Date Ideas in Regina

Regina is a beautiful city, even in winter. If you are your significant other are looking for some fun date activities to do outside this chilly season, you’re in luck! Here are 25 outdoor winter date ideas to check out in the lovely city of Regina. Go for a Romantic Hayride at Fenek Farms Is there anything more fun or romantic than a hayride? Visit Fenek Farms just 10 minutes north of Regina and bundle up for a fun ride! You and your partner will love it. Address: Fenek Farms Cost: Prices vary, call for information. Skate at Victoria Park
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20+ Outdoor Winter Date Ideas in Saskatoon

20+ Outdoor Winter Date Ideas in Saskatoon

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, you may be thinking of some date ideas for you and your significant other. If you’re in the Saskatoon area, you’re in luck! Here are 20+ great outdoor winter date ideas you can try this year.
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25 Outdoor Winter Activities in Renfrew County

25 Outdoor Winter Activities in Renfrew County

Stretching largely on the south shore of the Ottawa River, Renfrew County is rugged and charming with the gem of Algonquin Provincial Park making it a marvellous place to play. It dips inland to Barry’s Bay and has natural sights such as skating and ski trails to add to your menu of options. Here are 25 things to do outdoors during winter in Renfrew County. 1. Ski Algonquin Let’s begin with the queen of all Ontario parks. With more than 7,500 square kilometres of wilderness to explore, you can easily wander inside from any abutting property. To get inside, head
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25 Edmonton Shops to Get Valentine's Day Gifts and Treats

25 Edmonton Shops to Get Valentine’s Day Gifts and Treats

Edmonton’s local shops, boutique stores, and florists are going to help make your Valentine’s Day something special. Our new normal doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate and show those we love most a little gratitude with a gift. Here are 25 Edmonton shops to get gifts for those who you care the most about this Valentine's day. 1. Gift Boxes/Gift Baskets 1. The Plaid Giraffe This Old Strathcona boutique gift shop is making Valentine’s Day simple, cute, and unique with their collection of gift boxes- now all on sale. Choose from unisex self-care kits, classic chocolates and candles, or the
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20+ Parks to Explore During Winter in Nova Scotia

20+ Parks to Explore During Winter in Nova Scotia

Taking a stroll in the park on a winter afternoon is fun all around the province, no matter the weather (unless it’s sleeting, then stay inside if possible). Rediscovering summer favourites under winter’s cloak provides a sense of wonder, while going to a new park gives you a chance to make brand new memories. While most of these parks are unserviced in the winter, you’re still welcome to go and enjoy a nature walk or build a snowman army—the choice is yours! Here is a list of 21 parks to explore this winter in Nova Scotia. I. Bay of Fundy
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Outdoor Winter Activities in Prince Edward County

Outdoor Winter Activities in Prince Edward County

This quiet, lovely area has become reborn with the development of more than 35 wineries amidst its rolling hills and many lakes. This combination draws fans of the great outdoors with foodies looking to pair their wines with flavourful snacks and cheeses. Here are 15+ fun things to do during winter in Prince Edward County.
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22 Fun Outdoor Winter Activities in Kingston and Frontenac County

22 Fun Outdoor Winter Activities in Kingston and Frontenac County

Anchored by Kingston at its southern tip, this long, narrow area reaches right back the small community of Ompah, reaching from Hwy. 401 to north of Hwy. 7. In between, you will find the delights of a university city and the untouched beauty within vast swaths of wilderness in its many parks. That means you can trek for part of a day, then find a great spot for a warm meal for your chilled bones. 1. Flock to Wolfe Island The largest of the so-called Thousand Islands near Kingston, it is a Mecca for birdwatchers, no matter what the season.
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5 Weekend Getaways in Alberta: 4th Weekend of January

25 Alberta Hotels & Resorts Offering Valentine’s Day Staycation Packages

Your romantic getaway is waiting- right in your backyard. This Valentine’s Day, why not enjoy a romantic staycation at one of these Alberta hotels or resorts? Sip champagne in the Rockies, wine and dine on the prairie, or take in a night of big skies and stars: these packages offer all kinds of romantic fun. Some of these romance deals are available year-round as well, so if you can’t make it for the weekend of the 14th, you can always try creating your own weekend of romance and luxury. I. Southern Alberta 1. Waterton Lakes Lodge Date Night in Waterton:
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Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Greater Napanee

Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Greater Napanee

This narrow strip of a county is anchored by Napanee in the southern tip, Kaladar at the midpoint and Denbigh to the north. It looks like an awkward puzzle piece, which makes it a fitting place for Puzzle Lake Provincial Park. Without any big-name communities, it is like disappearing off the map where you can enjoy its many lakes, trails, and other outdoor adventures. Here are 15+ fun activities to do outdoors to enjoy winter in Lennox & Addington County: Greater Napanee, Addington Highlands, Loyalist and Stone Mills. 1. Knock this rock off your bucket list Mazinaw Rock looms over
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20 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Belleville and Hastings County

20 Things to Do Outdoors During Winter in Belleville and Hastings County

Hastings County stretches from Lake Ontario near Belleville to the southern boundary of Algonquin Park near Barry’s Bay. In between, you will find lookouts, trails, lakes and many opportunities to get outside and lose yourself in thought in winter’s glory.
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20 Outdoor Winter Adventures in Kenora

20 Outdoor Winter Adventures in Kenora

An Ontario favourite, Kenora is a great place to visit. If you’re in the Kenora area this winter, don’t be put off by the snow. Here are a few fun things you can do outside in Kenora this winter season! Must-Do Things in Kenora and Lake of the Woods Region Visit Mount Evergreen Whether you prefer skiing, tubing, or snowboarding, Mount Evergreen is the place to go. Get your heart racing as you speed down the slopes, whichever way you prefer! If you’re a little more lowkey, you can also hit the cross-country ski trails. Address: 120 Mt. Evergreen Rd.,
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15 Places to Go Winter Walking in Regina

15 Places to Go Winter Walking in Regina

Regina, the queen of the cities in Saskatchewan, and home to the provincial legislature offers up some beautiful and unique places to spend some time outside this winter. Strap on a pair of running shoes or good winter boots and head out to walk through some of the city parks, trails, and streets as you explore the varied outdoor aspects of the city. Don’t forget to take along your camera or have your phone ready for a pic, there are plenty of photo-worthy spots to stop at as you walk along. 1. Wascana Centre The name is a bit misleading,
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