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Quebec City hotel deals and decadent delights

From Auberge Saint-Antoine and Chateau Frontenac to lesser-known finds like Manoir Sur-le-Cap, Quebec City is loaded with wonderful places to stay. Vacay.ca's Doug Wallace lets you in on the best hotels in every price range.



Peller Estates Winery

Best friends at rival Niagara-on-the-Lake wineries

Jason Parsons of Peller Estates and Hillebrand's Frank Dodd go back a long way, but now work only kilometres apart at two of the finest restaurants in Ontario. Vacay.ca's Adrian Brijbassi fills us in on their unique relationship.


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Victoria’s Driftwood pours Canada’s best beer

Winner of a top prize at this year's Canadian Brewing Awards, this recently opened Victoria brewery produces carefully crafted brews that add one more reason to visit beautiful Vancouver Island, writes Vacay.ca's Adrian Brijbas...



BC Ferries

A beautiful BC Ferries ride in winter

The sail between Vancouver and Victoria is magnificent at any time, but in winter it offers splendid scenery, including dazzling views of the night sky.



Woodland Creek Sooke British Columbia

Want to move west? Here’s a deal for you in Sooke, B.C.

If you've ever dreamed of living in God's country, aka Vancouver Island, this could be your chance. A property developer is enticing vacationers who think they might want to relocate to this growing community west of Victoria.



Sun Peaks Ski Resort British Columbia

Loads of family fun at Sun Peaks Ski Resort

One of British Columbia's most popular ski resorts offers plenty of fun away from the slopes too. Families can enjoy dog sledding, skating, tobogganing and other winter activities at Sun Peaks, an hour from Kamloops.


Ironworks in Nova Scotia

How to drink your way around Nova Scotia

Here are the five best places to grab a favourite libation in Nova Scotia, says Vacay.ca correspondent Lola Augustine Brown of Halifax.



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Cool Hand Luc makes ice cream a hot item in Toronto

At this recently opened King Street parlour, the ice creams are all-natural, gluten-free and come from fair-trade ingredients. Oh, and in case you're wondering, hey're also absolutely yummy!



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At rural Ontario pub, the good times roll

Visits to Peter Cellar's Pub start and end with an embrace, thanks to gregarious host Wayne Biegel of the Mono Cliffs Inn. The pub an hour away from Toronto has won fame for its amazingly friendly atmosphere and warmth.


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New collection from Nunavut tapestry studio

New collection of tapestries from the Pangnirtung Tapestry Studio at the Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts and Crafts in Pangnirtung, Nunavut will be touring guilds in Toronto and Montreal.





 
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Thrills on Canada’s Powder Highway
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