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The Maid of the Mist is one of the activities added to the Signature Experiences Collection this week. (Julia Pelish/Vacay.ca)

Canada’s 115 Signature Experiences named

Here's a look at the 115 travel experiences the Canadian Tourism Commission says visitors to our country should aim to enjoy, including five in the nation's capital, which was left off an earlier list.



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Sausages go gourmet at WVRST in Toronto

Inventive WVRST has impressed more than one judge for the World's 50 Best Restaurants since opening on King Street in May, Vacay.ca Correspondent Adrian Brijbassi writes.


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Ensemble in Vancouver wins high praise

On the night of the Vancouver riots, while everyone else in the city was consumed with what might catch fire, the staff at the city’s most talked about new restaurant were worried about what might float away, writes Adrian Br...



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Huether Hotel is a treasure in Waterloo

Historic venue in famed university town is one of Ontario's most fun and eclectic spots for a night out, writes Adrian Brijbassi.



Stunning beauty found in Tofino on Vancouver Island, BC.

What’s new across Canada this fall

Vacay.ca's staff members recently attended a meeting in Edmonton of the Canadian Tourism Commission, spending two days jumping from desk to desk to meet with tourism folks from across the country. This is what's coming up for 2...



Where Kitchener’s Oktoberfest joy never ends

Courtesy of Adrian Brijbassi. Thousands gather each fall in this city formerly called Berlin for the largest Oktoberfest celebration outside of Munich.


No Joke: Lots to Like About Edmonton

[simpleviewer gallery_id=”28″] Story courtesy Vacay.ca staff EDMONTON — As I stood waiting for a tour of this city’s Old Strathcona neighbourhood last Monday, I struck up a conversation with a travel writer from...



Jessica Eussen with her father Remy and QCL Fishing Guide holds the Chinock Salmon she just caught.  (Photo by "Shooter" Duane Forester/QCL)

Queen Charlotte Lodge Reels Them In

The Haida are a matriarchal society, so it seems fitting that women who journey to fish these waters would outperform the men.



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Grandma Lambe’s Apple Pies are Calling You

Story by Adrian Brijbassi MEAFORD, ONTARIO — Grace Lambe made her first pie for sale 26 years ago because she had peaches that were going bad.


Rouge River trail in Rouge River Park shows off its autumn colours. ©Julia Pelish Photography

Where to See Fall Colours in Ontario

Fall in Ontario is a beautiful season. Here are three places to see the leaves change in autumn, all within a day’s drive of Toronto.





 
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Warm up to fall in Montreal
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