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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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13 Days of Halloween, Day 12: Ghost at Government House

Government House in Regina — Creaky footsteps, items moved mysteriously and eerie tinkly sounds from a music box playing from what used to be a nursery. Government House in Regina, the official residence of the lieutenant...



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Toronto Ritz-Carlton ‘over the moon’ after scoring 5-diamond rating

The Ritz-Carlton opened on February 16, 2011 and won over patrons immediately with its sense of place, charm, hospitality and tasteful luxury. It earns the highest honour from the CAA, making it Toronto's first five-diamond hot...


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L’Abattoir in Vancouver a true sensation

Before En Route named it the Best New Restaurant in Canada, Vacay.ca's Adrian Brijbassi, a judge for the World's 50 Best Restaurants, spotlighted L'Abattoir as deserving of great accolades. Read why.



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5 gourmet meals you must try in Halifax

It's not all donairs and deep-fried pepperoni in Nova Scotia's capital. There's some serious culinary finds to enjoy, Vacay.ca's Lola Augustine Brown says. Here are Halifax restaurant tips on where to get great pizza, steak and...



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The Great Canadian Dessert Search, Edition No. 1: Jelly Doughnuts at Le Bremner

These are Timbits on steroids — and after a serious retool in a masterful kitchen. Whether it’s the chocolate, lemon or fruity jam flavour, the Le Bremner doughnuts satisfy your craving for sweets and do it in a way that’...


The Claire and Michael Bourgie Pavilion seen from inside the Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion. ©Julia Pelish Photography

The best museum in Canada — and it’s free

The addition of this feature to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has elevated its stature above the National Gallery and Art Gallery of Ontario. Read on to find out what has newly opened at the museum this month and why you mus...





 
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