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Canadian Museum for Human Rights this summer with new hours and special programs

Canadian Museum for Human Rights gets set for summer with new hours and special programs The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is getting set to welcome summer visitors and tourists from across Canada and around the world. Starting Monday, May 21, the Museum will be open seven days a week until after Labour Day. […]

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Noreen Young’s “Under the Umbrella Tree” now on YouTube!

Noreen Young’s “Under the Umbrella Tree” now on YouTube Gloria the Gopher, from CBC’s vintage “Under the Umbrella Tree” children’s series, is very happy to tell everybody that she and her friends Holly, Iggy the Iguana and Jacob Blue Jay, are now streaming on Canada Media Fund’s new channel, Encore+ on YouTube.  This is a […]

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Mother and kids in Collingwood village at night

Weekend Getaways – Blue Mountain Resort and the Westin Trillium House

Westin Trillium House-Blue Mountain Resort It takes about two hours o drive from downtown Toronto to Blue Mountain Resort and it is completely worth it. As we checked into the Westin Trillium House, we were amazed by the small village feel of the Blue Mountain resort. After checking into our beautiful room we headed straight to […]

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Nature and Outdoor Activities in Charlevoix

Repère boréal Repère Boréal offers a nouveau genre “Glamping” experience in unmatched comfort and unique architecture, modern and audacious. Repère boréal’s 4-season dwellings stand out thanks to their accessibility, their intimate character and their opening to nature. 3 new Maikan homes were recently added to the original 5. Their exterior siding is made of carbonized […]

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New Accomodations in Charlevoix

Hôtel et Pavillons du Petit MANOIR du Casino A fresh breeze blows at the Petit Manoir du Casino with the addition of 46 new guestrooms in the hotel for a total of 189 units. The D. Beaubien hall being intended as a multi-purpose hall accommodating up to 200 people, is available for greeting groups. Now […]

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Christmas Activities in Laurentians

Come and enjoy a new way to do your Christmas shopping in the Laurentians! Pay a visit to one of our numerous crafts displays and Christmas markets where local artists, producers and craftspersons await you. Discover the exceptional work of these talented creators and pick up some very original gifts. You can also sample the […]

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Rag time with Jonathan Kravtchenko

Blueberry Rag time – new piano music with Jonathan Kravtchenko Here is the video of “Blueberry Rag” new piano piece, composed and played by young Canadian composer, Jonathan Kravtchenko. Enjoy “Blueberry Rag” If you have any comments or thoughts, please share with us…

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Squamish : Culture and Adventure

September 20, Squamish, B.C- It’s no secret, Squamish’s popularity is on the rise and there are many reasons why. Travellers have discovered this gem adventure destination and know that each season brings something new. With the arrival of fall this week, Squamish continues to impress with its wide range of active activities and cultural events. Here are the top 5 seasonal highlights […]

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Perth Walking Food Tour – Delectable Cuisine

“Perth Walking Food Tour” or Delectable Cuisine and 100 year old scandals in one fun tour   It is not the first time we visit Perth and have lunch there, but the first time we had a chance to not just try the best foods in town, but learn some history of the architecture and […]

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Dancing Bass Lodge, Lanark County, ON

Dancing Bass Lodge, Lanark County, ON “Dancing Bass” Lodge – the the name says it all… the place should be rich for fish and all day water fun! It was so desired escape from the bustling life of the large city… Dancing Bass Lodge is located in beautiful Lanark County, quite easy to access from […]

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