Category: Canada

Canada’s ‘Wilderness City’ Has Gold Rush–era Saloons, National Park Adventures, and Spectacular Northern Lights Views; Kimberly Lyn; Travel and Leisure

Photo: Michael Overbeck

Canada’s Yukon Territory will offer visitors everything from dog sledding, scenic flights, brewery hopping, and luxury accommodations.

Source: Canada’s ‘Wilderness City’ Has Gold Rush–era Saloons, National Park Adventures, and Spectacular Northern Lights Views

Beyond Banff: 12 Other Amazing Places To Experience In The Canadian Rockies; Carol Colborn; Travel Awaits

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Banff is one of the most incredible places in North America. The beauty doesn’t end there though; don’t miss out on these nearby attractions.

Source: Beyond Banff: 12 Other Amazing Places To Experience In The Canadian Rockies

A Scenic Guide For Driving Around Jasper National Park; Heyleena; The Travel

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Hop in a car and get ready for the ultimate adventure through the Canadian Rockies. Consider these scenic routes around the Jasper National Park.

Source: A Scenic Guide For Driving Around Jasper National Park

Parks Canada sites in western Newfoundland and southern Labrador officially kick off 2022 summer visitor season; Cision

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The network of protected areas administered by Parks Canada is a gateway to nature, history, and 450 000 km² of memories from coast to coast to coast.

Source: Parks Canada sites in western Newfoundland and southern Labrador officially kick off 2022 summer visitor season

See Jurassic Park Come to Life at These Amazing Dinosaur Fossil Parks; Nick Hilden; ThrilList

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Alberta’s Writing-on-Stone preserving Blackfoot heritage despite continued vandalism; Eloise Therien; Globalnews

Photo: Eloise Therien

In 2019, after years of advocacy, Writing-on-Stone joined five other Alberta locations such as the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Source: Alberta’s Writing-on-Stone preserving Blackfoot heritage despite continued vandalism – Lethbridge | Globalnews.ca

A world heritage site in Alberta filled with dino bones is a must-see wonder; Laine Mitchell; Daily Hive

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Alberta is filled with so many incredible natural wonders, but a spot in the province truly transports you to a different time.

Source: A world heritage site in Alberta filled with dino bones is a must-see wonder | Curated

Eater’s Guide to the Canadian Rockies; Zoe Baillargeon; Eater

Photo: Paul Zizka

Set in 9,000 miles of pristine parkland, the restaurants of the Canadian Rockies reflect abundant natural resources like wild elk, Saskatoon berries, and fresh trout…

Source: Eater’s Guide to the Canadian Rockies

Nova Scotians celebrate Grand Pré on annual heritage holiday; CBC

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Nova Scotia Heritage Day 2022 to showcase Landscape of Grand Pré; SaltWire

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Source: Nova Scotia Heritage Day 2022 to showcase Landscape of Grand Pré | SaltWire

 

Monday’s holiday is Nova Scotia Heritage Day, not Family Day; Victoria Walton; The Coast

Photo: Adam Cornick

Heritage Day 2022 honours the Landscape of Grand Pré and gives provincial workers and many retailers a day off.

Source: Monday’s holiday is Nova Scotia Heritage Day, not Family Day

Great Escapes: The History and Charm of Old Quebec; Tracy Kaler; Barron’s

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Need a little Christmas? 8 places that feel like a holiday movie; Karen Schaler; The Points Guy

Photo: Gaelle Leroyer

When Karen Schaler wrote her first Hallmark movie Christmas Camp it was inspired by several charming towns she’d visited doing her Travel Therapy TV segments and one magical historic home, the Quartermain House B&B in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Source: Need a little Christmas? 8 places that feel like a holiday movie – The Points Guy

Mistaken Point: Home To The Most Significant Fossils In The World; Aunindita Bhatia; The Travel

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Fossils can be found all over the earth but in Newfoundland, they can be found at Mistaken Point – and they’re incredibly significant.

Source: Mistaken Point: Home To The Most Significant Fossils In The World

Quebec’s Old City Is UNESCO-Listed & Other Reasons To Visit; Aaron Spray; The Travel

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Quebec’s Old City is as charming as it gets, and its UNESCO status further proves why travelers will quickly fall in love with its historic streets.

Source: Quebec’s Old City Is UNESCO-Listed & Other Reasons To Visit

A Guide To Newfoundland’s Magical Gros Morne National Park; Aunindita Bhatia; The Travel

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Newfoundland is already breathtakingly beautiful, but the magic of Gros Morne National Park (and its trails) showcases it in a whole new way.

Source: A Guide To Newfoundland’s Magical Gros Morne National Park

Grab Your Skates, We’re Visiting The World’s Largest Ice Rink; Kathia Bello; The Travel

Photo: The Travel

It’s not surprising that the world’s largest ice rink can be found in Canada, but there are some surprising things you might not know about it.

Source: Grab Your Skates, We’re Visiting The World’s Largest Ice Rink

How To Spend A Perfect Long Weekend In Beautiful Lisbon, Portugal; Chris Moore; Travel Awaits

Photo: Chris Moore

Lisbon is a beautiful place to explore, but the best way to experience everything that a local does is to hire a local guide.

Source: How To Spend A Perfect Long Weekend In Beautiful Lisbon, Portugal

A road trip to Quebec City’s dazzling winter carnival; Jon Gorey; The Boston Globe

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When temperatures drop, head north for European vibes and the annual Quebec Winter Carnival.

Source: A road trip to Quebec City’s dazzling winter carnival – The Boston Globe

Ottawa Tourism Invites Stumped ‘Jeopardy!’ Contestants On A Free Trip To Winterlude In Canada’s Capital; Corey Atad; ET Canada

Photo: Thomas Sbampato

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