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Mont Tremblant Feature Credit @Tremblant
Mont-Tremblant: Quebec’s Magic Mountain

Mont-Tremblant for skiing? Of course. But here are 11 other ways to keep the kids busy this winter at the Laurentian resort Mont-Tremblant’s history as a ski resort dates back to the American gold prospector Joseph Bondurant Ryan, who was so impressed with the area after landing a plane at the
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Our Home and Spooky Land! Parks Canada at Halloween

Parks Canada at Halloween is the place to be for genuine Canadian creepiness! The national parks system is home to some of the most beautiful vistas in the world, powerful and important historic sites, and experiences that will educate and delight your whole family. If you thought that was enough,
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Halloween in Montreal -Zombie Walk Credit Susan Moss
Halloween in Montreal Brings Thrills and Chills!

Montreal will be teeming with ghosts, ghouls and the undead in a new Halloween festival, taking place October 27 to 29, 2017. Trouble-Fête will feature parades, live shows, movie nights and street performances for all ages throughout the weekend (with a very kid-friendly The Great Wizardry Fest on Sunday, October 29).
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Mahone Bay Scarecrow Festival | Kitschy Fun For Everyone

“What the heck are those?” we both blurted in unison. My husband and I were startled by the eery greeting of scarecrows welcoming us to Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. Their toothy grins and haunting stares were a combination of kitschy and creepy. Garish and gaudy, these handcrafted scarecrows are everywhere
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9 Ways to Explore Charming Charlevoix
9 Ways to Explore Charming Charlevoix, Quebec

Whale watching, cycling, shopping, golfing, eating…breathing the mountain air. This is how to explore Charlevoix, Quebec. If you’re from the province of Quebec, you already know the lush, mountainous Charlevoix Region as a place of summer cottages, good food and leisurely weekends away. If you’re from the Maritimes, the region is best
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Headbanger festival Radium BC 2017
Butt Heads at the Radium Hot Springs Headbanger Festival

Learn about bighorn sheep and other wild animals that live in Canada’s Rocky Mountains. Learn how to view wildlife safely, and take pictures you’ll treasure forever at the Radium Hot Springs Headbanger festival. All this and more awaits you at the 2017 Headbanger Festival, November 3-5 in the Village of Radium
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Alpine_Mountain_Biking_Squamish -Tourism Squamish
Gorgeous Fall Weather + Active Adventures = Visiting Squamish

Once a well-kept secret for Vancouver locals, Squamish’s popularity is on the rise, and it’s no surprise why. Travellers have discovered this delightful adventure destination and know that each season brings something new. Here are our top three Must-Dos when visiting Squamish this fall. Try your hand rope running at
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Along the Source of the Springs Path. Credit Parks Canada Ben Morin
3 Family Friendly Mountain Hikes in Majestic Jasper Alberta

There’s something magical about spending time together in the mountains. And there’s no more enchanting place to experience the mountains than Jasper National Park.  At 11,228 square kilometres, Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, and home to the world’s second largest dark sky preserve. A UNESCO World
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Peggy's Cove Nova Scotia
Peggy’s Cove and More! Exploring With Kids on Nova Scotia’s Chebucto Peninsula

Most Canadians are familiar with the iconic lighthouse, picturesque fishing village and beautiful granite coastline found at the world-famous Peggy’s Cove. It is one of the top Canadian attractions on the East Coast and the Tourism Visitor Information Centre served 22,781 guests from May – October 2016. Considering the population
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Canada's nicest buttes
Our Greatest Assets – Canada’s Nicest Buttes!

Butte noun \ˈbyüt\ (noun) :  an isolated hill or mountain with steep or precipitous sides or crevices usually having a small summit area Canada is a natural wonderland! With more miles of coastline than anywhere on the planet, grandiose mountain ranges, vast expanses of unspoiled tundra, majestic plains, and more
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