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Destination: Vancouver
Trip type: Cultural, Shopping
It's green, clean, and has to be seen! Even if you dislike cities, you'll love Vancouver... read more »
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Famed for its unspoiled scenery, world-class seafood and Celtic heritage, Nova Scotia was settled by the Scots, Irish and French. This summer, go for a fascinating pot-pourri of tradition... read more »
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Destination: Whistler, Vancouver
Trip type: Winter Sports
In the run-up to the 2010 Olympic Games in February, Whistler in British Columbia is pulling out all the stops. Best of all, most of its ski areas will stay open for skiers of all abilities – and ages... read more »
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Destination: Toronto
Trip type: Short Break
Canada’s largest city is also one of North America’s most vibrant communities. From bustling markets to some of the world’s outstanding art collections, Toronto has it all... read more »
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With stunning scenery, uncrowded ski slopes and a fantastic range of activities and après-ski options, the Canadian resort of Banff has all the ingredients for a dream winter sports destination... read more »
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Destination: Churchill
Trip type: Activity, Adventure
Every year, as the ice freezes on Hudson Bay, polar bears gather near the town of Churchill in northern Canada. On my first day, I saw 10 or 12 of them – plus an abundance of other arctic wildlife... read more »
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Serious snowsports fans should skip the big Canadian resorts and head to Fernie in British Columbia for more snow, fewer people and a unique town - and a mountain that sorts the men from the boys... read more »
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From artisan cheeses and blackberry wine to rooms in the trees and goats on the roof, these are the must-see highlights of a trip to Vancouver Island, on Canada's west coast... read more »
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Destination: Toronto
Regardless of your budget, this guide will show you how to experience and enjoy Toronto, one of North America’s most vibrant and dynamic cities... read more »
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Destination: Mont Tremblant
Trip type: Winter Sports
90 minutes outside Montreal and high in Canada’s Laurentian Mountains you’ll find Mont Tremblant. It’s a chic and colourful ski resort, which is absolutely ideal for beginners... read more »
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The Niagara Falls, on the Canadian and American border, are surely one of nature's wonders. However, with a lovely old town and great wineries in abundance there's more to see than huge waterfalls... read more »
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Challenging skiing, rugged, unspoilt scenery, and a short transfer from the airport are all helping to make Kicking Horse one of Canada's wintersports hotspots... read more »
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Destination: Whistler
Whistler is the happening place - not only is it home to the new Peak to Peak gondola link with Blackcomb, but most of the ski events at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics will take place here... read more »
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Destination: Vancouver
Trip type: Cultural
Vancouver is a city with an exciting past that makes an awesome place to visit today... read more »
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Destination: Quebec City
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
Québec City is a mix‘n’match of cutting edge and traditional, English and French, New World and Old. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is also the only walled city in North America... read more »
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Destination: Churchill, Manitoba, Canada
Trip type: Adventure
Their plight has made polar bears the symbol of global warming. Head to the polar bear capital of the world, Churchill in Canada, to see them while you still can... read more »
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Destination: Quebec City
Trip type: Cultural
Quebec City is the cradle of French Canada, but its links to France are not the whole story... ... read more »
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Trip type: Cruise
If a cruise is good enough – and an autumn sailing through Canada on the five star, ultra-luxury Seabourn Pride more than qualifies - it doesn't matter about the weather... read more »
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