Real-time journey up Rideau Canal in new four-hour documentary; Lynn Saxberg; Ottawa Citizen

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In Earth’s largest extinction, land die-offs began long before ocean turnover; Robert Sanders; Berkeley News

Turnover of land animals 252 million years ago took hundreds of thousands of years, while marine organisms died off much quicker…

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A Newfoundland Tiny House Airbnb Actually Overlooks A World Heritage Site; Lisa Belmonte; Narcity

Canada is so beautiful!

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Nahanni National Park Has World-Class Rock Climbing; Gripped Magazine

The Cirque of the Unclimbables has towering granite spires and classic routes…

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Unforgettable last-minute road trips in North America; Joe Yogerst; National Geographic

Stumped about spring break? Drive to these volcanic peaks, high deserts, and the New World’s only Viking settlement.

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The Haunting History of This Canadian National Park; Chloe Berge; Fodor’s

The fear of the unknown is wild, especially when there are stories of multiple accounts of missing people. Nahanni National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, earned the moniker “The Valley of the Headless Men” because many adventurers disappeared and then, were discovered with severed heads. This is the haunted story of one of Canada’s National Parks.

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Is This The World’s Most Idyllic Wellness Destination?; Kirsty Merryn; The Handbook

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The Essential Guide to Newfoundland and Labrador; Michael Kaminer; Afar

Everything you need to know about the province’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, Dark Sky Preserve, main cities, and more.

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All the filming locations for new supernatural Netflix horror Locke & Key; Jenn Selby; Inews

The series has already been praised for its sweeping art direction and other-worldy landscapes, but where exactly was it shot?

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Visiting North America’s most mysterious islands; Melanie Haiken; CNN

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Pristine wilderness dotted by ancient village sites so protected that only 12 people at a time are allowed to step ashore — this is Canada’s final frontier, a remote archipelago off British Columbia’s northernmost coast.

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Why you should visit Banff and Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies during the winter; Cam & Nicole Wears; Traveling Canuck

 

Why you should visit…

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Quebec City’s Old Quebec Offers a Slice of Europe in North America; Claire Carponen; Mansion Global

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How to Enjoy the Best of Banff, Without the Crowds; Gabriela Aoun; Men’s Journal

How to experince the best outdoor activities in Banff, Alberta, with timing advice so you can hike, bike, climb, and more, without the overwhelming crowds.

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Explore Quebec’s classic architecture and peaceful surroundings in 48 hours; Kate Edwards; Sun

WITH its classic architecture, wild nature and peaceful surroundings, Quebec City has so much to offer. Find out what you can get up to in 48 hours in this French-speaking Canadian city. Walk the walls…

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Haida Gwaii makes New York Times 52 Places list; Abby Kurial; Abbotsford News

Newspaper includes the islands on its annual list…

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Why Quebec should be your next stop (relatively) close to home; Anne Stein; Star Tribune

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Yes, you can cruise to Canada; and these women made the most of their adventure; Gail Pennington; St Louis Post-Dispatch

Freedom meant lots of advance planning, but that was part of the fun. Gail Pennington read about the different places she’d visit, hashed out details — a maple sugar shop? awesome…

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Why Newfoundland Is Turning Its Moose Into Bologna; Darcy Rhyno; Atlas Obscura

And salami. And pepperoni.

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Natural causes are the key driver of change in Athabasca Delta flood patterns, research shows; Matthew Grant; Phys.org

Natural environmental processes—not upstream energy projects—are the primary cause of changing flood patterns in Alberta’s Athabasca Delta, new research shows.

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Canada.com’s travel writers pick their favourite Canadian trips of 2019; Canada.com

Canadian travel writers get to visit many places in the world, but ask any of them their favourite places to visit in their own country and they have to think about it because there are so many places to choose from.

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