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  • Charlottetown's Jack Frost Children's Winterfest
    Prince Edward Island’s third annual winter festival. This event, the Jack Frost Children's WinterFest, kicks into gear on February 16-18, 2007.
  • Chill Out At The Calgary Winterfest
    Instead of cocooning indoors, come celebrate the very best that winter has to offer at the Calgary Winterfest. Running from February 9 - 19, 2007, there are events and activities for everyone. You'll never look at winter the same way again!
  • Dinosaurs and Dragons are here to stay
    Dinosaur Valley Mini Golf in Sudbury is filled with great entertainment at a reasonable price to fit anyone's budget.
  • Exciting, Enchanting, Effortless: Canada Timeshare
    There are so many things to do and see in Canada. This expansive country has countless destinations that feature fun and exciting activities. Canada is also plentiful with luxurious timeshares.
  • Explore Québec by the sea: Beautiful by nature
    Québec maritime is a country-sized territory in Eastern Québec that comprises five regions on the St. Lawrence River and its Estuary: Bas-Saint-Laurent, Gaspésie, Côte-Nord (Manicouagan and Duplessis) and Îles de la Madeleine. Sculptured over ages by the sea and the wind, the landscapes are simply stunning.
  • Hidden gems in British Columbia
    Discover Canada's desert, drink a glass of local wine, enjoy the arts and explore the parks and reserves.
  • Lifestyles of the Frugal and Unknown: Cheap Canadian Travel
    Canada is one of the most diverse countries on this planet. Because of its massive size and spread, it offers a host of natural wonders and some of the most enchanting cities in the world – there’s truly something for everyone and every budget.
  • Spittin' Ain't Fittin' (Kodie Kermode Meets Mufferaw Joe)
    Kierstin is a 12 year old homeschool student from British Columbia. She enjoys writing and is challenged by putting thoughts into words. When she received the assignment to write a tall tale in the style of those told around the camp fires of the Old West, she came up with this version of how Big Joe spent a season or two with the elusive Spirit Bear of Northern BC. Note, in the early days of western canada, Alberta and Saskachewan were considered a part of the Northwest Territories.
  • Summer Over? Edmonton is Still Open!
    There's a familiar saying in Alberta: "If you don't like the weather, wait an hour; it'll change." This is especially true in the later part of the year. One day you're in shorts and t-shirts, the next you're scrambling for long johns and snow boots. But whether it's autumn leaves or snowflakes falling at your feet, there's still plenty of action in Alberta's capital. We have quite a few ideas to add to your itinerary.
  • Tis the Season: Christmas Tree Shopping the Nova Scotia Way
    There is nothing quite like a Christmas tree to invoke the spirit of the holidays, and in Nova Scotia, where 2 million such trees are harvested every year, a real tree is a must. Whether it is the scent of balsam or the memories that each ornament, carefully unfolded, produces, what was once referred to as a “pesky little bush” by early European settlers is now a true holiday institution. And in Nova Scotia, the Christmas tree hunt does not have to take place in a shopping mall tree lot. For many families the search for the perfect tree starts early and is accompanied by relatives, neighbors, and friends…oh, and a festive nametag, of course.
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