Posts Tagged ‘Nova Scotia’
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Take a Bite out of Cape Breton

Nova Scotia island’s culinary scene is a match for its scenery.



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Life is sweet off the Cabot Trail, too

Vacay.ca's Adrian Brijbassi discovers that community spirit thrives in small towns in Cape Breton.


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Cape Breton tees off on your heart

Cabot Cliffs is the latest golf course to showcase Nova Scotia island’s intoxicating beauty.



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In Chéticamp, a twist on Mardi Gras

This lovely Cape Breton hideaway has something for everyone.



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Canadian wines come of age

Vancouver’s wine festival shines a spotlight on how far the nation’s viticulture scene has come.



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Wine and chocolate for romantics in BC

Vancouver International Wine Festival and Wild Sweets are fine finds for Valentine’s.


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Canada tunes into aboriginal tourism

Mi'kmaq and other First Nations see growing interest in their experiences.



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These hotels are a match for solo travel

Pictou Lodge is among the fine places to stay if you want to get away on your own.



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Surviving a lobster attack in Cape Breton

Discovering all-you-can-eat lobster on the exquisite island of Cape Breton.


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6 Canadian hotels and watery fun

From Saskatchewan to PEI and the west coast, Canada is full of watery fun.





 
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