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  • A Bus Is Driving People From Toronto To Rouge Park For Free This Summer
    Toronto is a great city to hang out in during the summer — but it is, unquestionably, a city, with all the associated noise, crowds and concrete. So in honour of Canada 150, a nearby park is giving city-dwellers a chance to get away from all…
    - 19 Jun 17, 3:12pm -
  • The Cheapest Countries For Air Travel (Canada's Not One Of Them)
    Flights out of Canada got much cheaper this year, but it's still one of the most expensive countries for air travel in the world.The average cost of flying per 100 kilometres of travel from Canada dropped from US$38.71 to $23.90 this year, according…
    - 2 Jun 17, 11:08am -
  • Abandoned High River Homes Make Up 'Creepiest Neighbourhood In The World'
    At first glance, it appears the people living in Beachwood Estates might be at work and school. Or maybe it's a cool day and everyone's decided to stay warm inside. But, as U.S. photojournalist Seph Lawless discovered last month, the Southern Albert…
    - 25 May 17, 6:25pm -
  • These Are The Cheapest Places To Travel From Canada Right Now
    Travelling can open your mind. Travelling can give you untold experiences. Travelling can be damn expensive.As any Canadian who's ever booked a plane ticket knows, getting a flight out of the country — or even more relevantly, within the coun…
    - 25 May 17, 3:55pm -
  • Calgary Stampede's 2017 Menu Will Stop Your Heart
    Just when we thought the Calgary Stampede couldn't top its $100 hot dog of 2015, it went and deep fried Jell-O.This year's Stampede, running from July 7 to 16, will feature a bunch of completely new, completely over-the-top food items. Check out so…
    - 17 May 17, 9:03pm -
  • Calgary Stampede SuperPass Is The Best Deal Ever
    Yahoo!Hold onto your hats, Calgary, because the folks over at the Calgary Stampede have announced what's probably the best deal they've ever offered.For the first time ever, they'll be selling a "SuperPass" that allows visitors unlimited admission…
    - 16 May 17, 3:22pm -
  • Alberta ‘Dinosaur Mummy' Found With Skin And Gut Contents Intact
    It’s unlike anything paleontologists have ever seen before.The dinosaur fossil of a Nodosaur is the best preserved fossil of its kind and the oldest dinosaur ever found in Alberta.Estimated at 110 million years old, the creature was found wi…
    - 15 May 17, 9:04pm -
  • Alberta Ice Shoves: Walls Of Ice Rise Up Against Homes In Just Minutes
    One day, it's sunny and warm. The next, it's winter again.So goes springtime in much of Canada. But for folks in Alberta beach towns, the switch can happen in just minutes.&nbspIn Alberta Beach, strong winds pushed huge piles of ice off Lac Ste. A…
    - 8 May 17, 6:10pm -
  • Ferryland Iceberg Is Even More Stunning In This Aerial Footage
    Remember the spectacular iceberg that parked itself off the coast of Ferryland, N.L. earlier this month, attracting worldwide attention? Well, it turns out that all those beautiful photographs only paint a small picture of how amazing it really was.…
    - 27 Apr 17, 5:13pm -
  • The New Google Earth Gives Guided Tours Of The Globe
    NEW YORK — Google Earth is getting a revival, as the 3-D mapping service reorients itself to become more of a tool for adventure and exploration. A central feature in the new Google Earth is Voyager. Google has partnered with such groups as t…
    - 18 Apr 17, 10:27pm -
  • WestJet Passenger Thanks Airline For Treating People With Care
    In a week of insane news about how airlines treat their passengers, it's nice to be reminded that forceful "re-accommodation" and bumping a 10-year-old from an oversold flight are the exceptions and not the rule.Joel VanderHoek, a businessman from L…
    - 18 Apr 17, 5:47pm -
  • Rules On Airlines Bumping Passengers Coming This Spring: Garneau
    MONTREAL — Canada will introduce new legislation this spring that will address the problem of travellers being bumped from flights, the federal government said Monday, as the violent dragging of a passenger off an overbooked flight in the U.S.…
    - 11 Apr 17, 2:26pm -
  • P.E.I. Wants LGBTQ Tourists To Feel Welcome
    Prince Edward Island is one of Canada's most charming tourist destinations, and a new campaign is hoping to promote the island as a safe space for LGBTQ travellers. In March, the P.E.I. Gay Tourism Association released a series of six videos on Fac…
    - 10 Apr 17, 9:56pm -
  • Everything You Need To Know About A Trip To See The Polar Bears In Churchill, Man.
    It's no secret to Canadians that our country is home to one of the world's best places to view polar bears in their natural habitat — and getting there is pretty easy.Churchill, Man. is just a short flight from Winnipeg and, depending on when…
    - 10 Mar 17, 6:51pm -
  • Yukon Hair-Freezing Contestants Have Some Stiff Competition
    - 19 Feb 17, 5:14pm -

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