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Stay Local And Explore More Of Canada This Summer

Stay Local And Explore More Of Canada This Summer

The low loonie is making Canadians think twice about travelling abroad this year, so if you feel the same way, there are certainly plenty of exciting places in our home and native land. With 173 impressive hotel properties across the ...

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Top Travel Destinations For Canadian Foodies

Top Travel Destinations For Canadian Foodies

(NC) Canada’s rich ethnic diversity brings so many unique benefits to those of us living here. Our fashion, food, sport and lifestyle industries are influenced and shaped by many exotic and distinct cultures. As foodies, we are introduced to, and ...

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St. Lucia Welcomes New Tourism Initiative

St. Lucia Welcomes New Tourism Initiative

Photo above shows P&Q Cruise Lines’ Britannia at sea. Photo courtesy of P&Q Cruise Lines. CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Mar. 29, (CMC) – St Lucia, today, welcomed the decision by the Australia-based P&O Cruise Lines to use Castries as its home port destination. ...

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Winter Camping Made Easy

Winter Camping Made Easy

(NC) Camping is an iconic Canadian pastime enjoyed by millions every year. But while most campers pack away their gear once the frost sets in, winter offers a twist on this outdoor adventure. Parks Canada takes care of the country’s ...

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Caribbean Records Strong Tourism Figures For 2015

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao (CMC) – Tourist arrivals to the Caribbean increased by nearly six per cent during the first six months of this year, Chairman of the Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) Richard Sealy said here, last week Friday. Sealy, who ...

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Cuba — Rich Cocktail Of Beach, Culture And History

Cuba — Rich Cocktail Of Beach, Culture And History

By Ingrid Walter PRIDE Contributing Writer The smell of drifting sea salt permeates the light, breezy tropical night air. Sandals held in our hands, our bare feet burrow through millions of grains of spongy sand towards the sound of drums ...

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