Tag Archive: Ontario

Toronto night lights
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The Ultimate Guide To Adventure In Toronto

GET YOUR ADVENTURE ON BIKE RIDE – Take a tour (see below) or build your own adventure. Toronto Island Trail (5.5 km) Martin Goodman Trail (56 km ends at the Rouge River) Tommy Thompson Trail (only open on weekends) Lower Don Trail (10km) Humber River Trail (30km ends at Lake Ontario) CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL […]

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Kingston Community GLOWS Together

Despite being named one of the pandemic’s hardest hit cities in Canada by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, the population of Kingston, Ontario, a vibrant community located 2.5 hours east of Toronto, has rallied together to support each other. Though the city has remained a leader in protecting their residents and preventing mass spread of the […]

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5 Southern Ontario Trails Worth Hiking

Ontario, yours to discover! And what better way to discover the beauty of this eastern province than under a canopy of its coniferous and broadleaf forests? Ontario offers a wide selection of hiking spots, From the National Trail that covers 6000 miles across Canada to the Bruce Trail which stretches across southern Ontario. Whichever your […]

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Celebrate Canada 150: Top 10 Things To Do In Each Province

In 2017, Canada celebrates its 150th birthday! Because of the diverse and stunning array of landscapes and cultures that Canada has to offer, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 ways to celebrate Canada 150 in each province. Hopefully, this list inspires you to get out and experience all that Canada has to […]

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6 Places You Should Visit in Collingwood And Georgian Bay

The Collingwood/Georgian Bay area is one of Ontario’s most enchanting destinations for those seeking adventure, recreation or just a little R&R. Here we’ve narrowed the list to 6 places you should visit, so you won’t miss out. 1. Scenic Caves Nature Adventures In Collingwood, there’s a labyrinth of caves carved by glaciers, buried deep inside […]

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Experience The Royal Winter Fair in Toronto, Canada

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair takes place annually and has been a major cultural event in Toronto, Canada since it began in 1922. It continues to be the largest indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition worldwide. It attracts over 6000 animals along with a huge display of crops, vegetables, and other attractions. Whether you […]

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Something Is Cooking In Hamilton!

I recently had the opportunity to spend the day in Hamilton, an industrial city with a few nicknames such as ‘the Hammer,’ ‘Steeltown,’ and ‘the Ambitious City,’ the latter living up to its current status. Hamilton is approximately 40 minutes outside of Toronto.  I must admit, I rarely, if ever, venture into Hamilton unless it was […]

Descent to Montreal River
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Viamede Resort: Comfort In Ontario’s Wilderness

Located in the heart of the Kawarthas, along 2,000 feet of shoreline of Stoney Lake lies Viamede Resort. This 165-acre landmark built in 1885 was purchased in 2010 by Ben Sämann. With his education in Hotel Management and a strong family background in the hotel and restaurant industry, Ben is focused on restoring this gorgeous property […]