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5 tips for holiday travel with children

Here's how to be a S.M.A.R.T. parent when you hit the road this holiday season, writes Family Travel Columnist Nicole Keck.

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Photo of the Week — Congratulations, Bill Yin!

This snowy street scene in Vancouver wins a prize from Your travel photo could be the next one spotlighted! Read how you can be a winner too!

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Wonders of the Toronto Christmas Market

In the historic Distillery District, a 700-year-old German tradition comes to life with festive cheer, delightful finds and loads of treats, travel writer Ofelia Legaspi says.


Holiday gifts for travellers

From superb Rimowa luggage to the perfect stocking stuffer and a charity you will want to introduce to loved ones, the gift guide provides great tips to help make your shopping choices easier.

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Ghosts in the Tunnels of Moose Jaw

A seedy side of Canadian history? In these tunnels, where Al Capone did business and Chinese immigrants found hardship,'s Candice Walsh discovered plenty of untold facts about our country.

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Photos: Storm Mountain Lodge

In Banff, these historic cabins are filled with rustic charms. reader Terry O'Neill's photos will hold you spellbound as she captures an ideal winter getaway in the Rockies.

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Top 5 ways to spend Christmas on the East Coast

Find the holiday of your dreams on Cape Breton, or scare up a good time in St. John’s. Out east, there’s loads of fun to be had, says’s Janine MacLean.

Salmon with a Side of Hope in North Vancouver

A wildlife journey through North Vancouver's District lush and vibrant Lynn Canyon where the return of otters is a sign that the river is full of life.

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Why it’s vital to preserve Niagara’s black history

With the bicentennial of the start of the War of 1812 near, a Niagara tour guide says it's important to remember the contributions of the black soldiers who fought for the British.


First Nations winery in Canada’s only desert's Kathleen Kenna provides a great British Columbia travel tip as she visits this unique winery in the arid Okanagan Valley.

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