Canada

Québec City, Canada

Québec City, Canada

The point where Europe and North America collide, take in Québec City’s historic streets and eats, then explore the province …

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Nunavik: The Private Wonderland Of Quebec

Nunavik: The Private Wonderland Of Quebec

Sunlight caught the metal trigger of the gun, blinding me for a second. “Don’t worry,” said the pilot, as he …

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Toronto – Canada

Toronto – Canada

The most multicultural city in the world is just as vibrant every year. Essential information: Population: 5,2 million Visitors per …

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FOUR SEASONS HOTEL – TORONTO, CANADA

FOUR SEASONS HOTEL – TORONTO, CANADA

The Four Seasons brand was born in Toronto but its first-ever hotel was looking a bit tired, especially as so …

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Northern Soul – Cape Breton

Northern Soul – Cape Breton

Empty roads, dramatic landscapes – Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton is a driver’s dream. (Apart from the moose.) I don’t ordinarily …

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North By Northwest – Canada’s Queen Elizabeth Islands

North By Northwest – Canada’s Queen Elizabeth Islands

On the far edge of the Nunavut Territory lies the High Arctic, a wild archipelago where people are few and …

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The Wild Sides – Rugged Vancouver Island Becomes a Sophisticate’s Dream

The Wild Sides – Rugged Vancouver Island Becomes a Sophisticate’s Dream

I’m propping up the bar at the Wolf in the Fog, a buzzy restaurant in Tofino, cradling a Cracker Jack …

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Carnaval in the Heart of New France – Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Carnaval in the Heart of New France – Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Bon Hiver, Vieux Québec Perched on a rocky promontory above the St. Lawrence River, Quebec City was settled in 1608 …

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Mont Tremblant Resort – Quebec, Canada

Mont Tremblant Resort – Quebec, Canada

Snow King of the Canadian East In 1938, Philadelphia millionaire Joe Ryan visited 3,001-foot Mont Tremblant, liked what he saw, …

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Vieux Montréal – Montréal, Quebec, Canada

Vieux Montréal – Montréal, Quebec, Canada

Paris Without Jet Lag In 1535, Jacques Cartier arrived in a village called Hochelaga, populated by about a thousand Iroquois, …

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