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Locks, Legends, and Canals

New York State became the Empire State because of its waterways. The state is bounded by the St. Lawrence River, the Great Lakes, and the Atlantic Ocean; plus, the Hudson River and the New York State Canal System provide access… (more)
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Family Travel on a Budget

We are a traveling family. Before we had kids, my husband and I used to go on road trips every weekend. Later on, after our kids were born, we still were traveling every opportunity we had. We took our first… (more)
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A Culinary Tour of Ottawa

Ottawa, Canada’s vibrant capital is a world-class city that has the look of a European city where the Gothic Revival Parliament building and the colorful changing of the guard bring to mind London. There are many attractions that draw visitors… (more)
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Wascana Centre; Regina’s Emerald Jewel

“The people who once said that `Regina is a town that should not have been’ should see it now!”  My colleague, a long time resident of the area, made this remark when I asked her to describe the attributes… (more)
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Know Your Sign/Follow Your Destiny

What’s your sign? That may be easy for you to answer, but do you know what your Chinese Zodiac sign is? Chinese New Year celebrations begin Feb. 10th, welcoming in the Year of the Snake running until Jan. 30,… (more)
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Innovative Routes in 2013 Entice Cyclists of All Levels

A Pacific Northwest-based active travel company specializing in two-wheel tours in North America, Hawaii (the Big Island) and New Zealand  announces new tours for 2013. Latest opportunities include a celebrity coach-led training tour in January… (more)
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Best Bachelorette Destinations

The countdown to the big day is on, but before the wedding vows are exchanged, one last party must take place. Here are a few destinations to help the bride- and groom-to-be say “so long” to their bachelorette and bachelorhood… (more)
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The Ice Hotel:The Chill of a Lifetime

Just outside of St. Raymond, Quebec*, the snowmobile capital of the world, the ingenious creator of the Ice Hotel, Jacques Desbois, decided to build his snowy masterpiece. He chose this location because of the chill factor, an important element to… (more)
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Ooh, Canada!

A reference to “Napa of the North” caught my attention while researching a trip to the Canadian Rockies and Columbia River Valley last September. Quite a fan of central and northern California coast bounty, I was compelled to check out… (more)
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JASPER: THE CANADIAN ROCKIES’ SPARKLING GEM

Wondrous snow-capped mountains all around us gave my daughter and I a feeling that we were living in a fantasy world.  In the ensuing days as we explored the countryside we discovered that these mountains were dotted with deep-blue… (more)
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A Romantic Step Back in Time

Back in the 1970’s, my husband and I were high school sweethearts–bound together by heavy hearts and raging hormones. For two years we were never apart –dating, doting and devoted, from skiing the slopes of Grouse Mountain to strolling the… (more)
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Cruises to Haida Gwaii Showcase Canada’s Galapagos

My destination was a chain of islands known as Haida Gwaii, or Queen Charlotte Islands, aboard a 92-foot schooner. I was excited. Dubbed the Canadian Galapagos, I would spend more than a week among the ancient, timelessness located at the… (more)