Posts Tagged ‘Victoria’
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High-speed whale watching in Victoria

A ride on a speed boat thrills passengers as they chase phenomenal cetacean sightings.



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Victoria Aboriginal Fest rich with fun

The 2017 edition includes more than 45 performances, plus great food, art and more.


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20 Best Places to Visit in Canada for 2017: Ottawa and Montreal Share Top Spot

Nation’s capital and Quebec’s big city are celebrating milestone anniversaries in style.



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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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Victoria begins to trend younger

Millennials are bringing a fresh face to Victoria.



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The coolification of Victoria continues

British Columbia's capital is challenging the perception that it’s stodgy and staid. 


Victoria's Bengal Lounge has been one of the city's most beloved attractions for decades. It has been closed to the public. (Photo courtesy of the Fairmont Empress)

Victoria icon Bengal Lounge closes

Fairmont Empress hotel restaurant will be replaced by modern establishments.



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Splendid food, lodging finds in Victoria

Inn at Laurel Point is among the highlights of a recent visit to the BC capital.



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In Victoria, Halloween is scary good

British Columbia's capital is primed to scare up a good time this October, Adrian Brijbassi writes.


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11 hotels with fascinating amenities

Vacay.ca lists some of the amenities that keep us coming back for more.





 
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High-speed whale watching in Victoria
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