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The Ten Best Nude Beaches in the World

It’s time to take minimalism to a whole new level. With the ever-growing popularity of nude beaches, some local patrols are turning a blind eye, while other locales are repealing laws so nudists and naturalists can legally enjoy a naked frolic in the sand. While some do it to get back in touch with nature, […]

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The Sweet Side of Kensington Market on a Toronto Food Tour

Kensington Market is a quirky area in Toronto that makes up part of the larger Kensington neighborhood. Though it only stretches for a few blocks, it is densely packed with local and immigrant stores, and is an excellent representation of the city’s strong multicultural heritage. Though most Torontonians are familiar with Kensington Market, the neighborhood […]

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Vancouver Food Tour: Eating A Path Through Gastown

When people think of Vancouver in British Columbia, a thriving multi-cultural heritage and one of Canada’s greenest cities probably comes to mind. It’s hard to go more than a few blocks without running into a park or natural element, whether it’s a garden or rows of blossoming cherry trees bursting to life on the streets. […]

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Whale Watching Trips in Vancouver

The west coast of British Columbia is home to thousands of marine and terrestrial wildlife, and spans almost 1000 kilometers of fertile coastline and temperate rain forest from Victoria on Vancouver Island to the border of Alaska. But for many people, even those who live their entire lives in this beautiful stretch of wilderness, few […]

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The crowd going wild for Montreal sensation Arcade Fire at Osheaga.

August Music Festivals in Canada 2013

Canada has got a ton of summertime music festivals – hey, you gotta do something to take your mind off the impending winter – that offer travelers a cool opportunity to both see the country and hear some great tunes. Unfortunately, the festivals are spread out across the world’s second largest country. Flight Network, the […]

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Canada’s Top Natural Attractions

Canada is truly a beautiful nation, and millions of tourists fly, drive and sail to the country each year to visit its great cities and to experience some of nature’s most spectacular wonders. It should come as no surprise that the world’s second largest country by geographic size would have a heap of attractions to […]

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Exploring the Different Flavors of Montreal on a Food Tour

Montreal is the cultural capital of French Canada and the city has a culinary scene that’s quite a bit different from other Canadian cities like Toronto. But more than just the juxtaposition of cultural influences from French and English Canadians, there have also been a number of immigration waves to the city that have altered […]

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Hiking Vancouver Island’s North Coast Trail

The West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island has become world renowned for its spectacular scenery and ancient old-growth forests. Every year hundreds of hikers undertake the 75-kilometer stretch along the rugged coastline, which is one of Canada’s eco-tourism highlights. However, there is another hike that is equally (if not more) challenging, and often gets overshadowed. […]

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Visiting Niagara Falls in Ontario

Some people chase waterfalls, some people chase rainbows. On the Niagara peninsula, along the border between Ontario and New York, you can literally do both, wipe the dew from your hair, and then hit a winery for a taste of Canada’s iciest vintages. If you’re caught in the concrete tangles of Toronto and are looking […]

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The Best Day Spas in Toronto

Feeling lost in the hustle and bustle of Toronto? Take the time to relax and re-energize the mind and body at one of the city’s top day spas. These luxurious spas specialize in all types of different treatments designed to pamper visitors and put them at ease. The Quartz Crystal Spa at the Trump International […]

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