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The 2017 Interior Design Show Hits Toronto- Here’s What To Know

From January 19-22, the 19th annual Interior Design Show is slated to take over Toronto’s Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The yearly Canadian design extravaganza launches with an Opening Night Party, which features music by German duo Satin Jackets.

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Everything You Should Know About The 2017 Niagara Icewine Festival

For Canuck wine lovers who are searching for the perfect winter activity, the 2017 Niagara Icewine Festival just may be an event to add to your calendar. The 8th annual seasonal festival kicks off on January 13, and runs until January 29 at Niagara Falls.

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Top Montreal Events For January 2017

From a historical tour on snowshoes to an icy music festival, there’s no shortage of wintertime events in the fun-filled Quebecois city this month. If you’re heading to Montreal this month, here are a few leading activities to help you complete your wintertime getaway.

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What To Do In Toronto This January 2017

From theatre to fine dining, January in Toronto is sure to be an exciting time despite the frightful weather. Here are our suggestions of what to do in Toronto this month.

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Where To Ring In The New Year In Toronto

To help make your New Year’s Eve painless, we’ve rounded up our top picks for parties and events taking place on December 31st. From classy affairs to unconventional activities, Toronto has no shortage of NYE events that will make the holiday (dare we say?) enjoyable.

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Italian Restaurants To Visit In Toronto

Whether you’re looking for a gourmet meal or the simple pleasure of pizza and pasta, Toronto is sure to have an Italian restaurant to suit your cravings. If you’re unable to hop on that private jet to Rome (we can dream, after all), we’ve compiled a few popular restaurant picks right here in the city.

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What To Do In Victoria, B.C. This Holiday Season

The British Columbia capital is home to a number of charming holiday traditions that make the month of December one of the best times to visit. Victoria’s seasonal offerings allow visitors to take a stroll through enchanted gardens or be transported to a Victorian Christmas, among countless other festive activities.

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The Most Festive Holiday Storefronts Across Canada

We’ve rounded up our favourite festive storefronts across the country that just might help to make the dreaded Christmas shopping that much more enjoyable.

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Seafood Restaurants To Visit In Halifax

When it comes to Canadian seafood, Halifax is indisputably the capital of all things lobster, haddock, and chowder. We’ve rounded up a few seafood restaurants in this major Maritime city, each of which puts its own unique spin on fresh, flavourful fruit de mer.

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Canada’s Best Christmas Markets For Holiday 2016

With December 25th slowly approaching, ‘tis (almost) the season to start working on your way down your Christmas shopping list. This winter, why not make the process more enjoyable by hunting for gifts at one of Canada’s many outdoor markets?

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Semcon’s New Re-Search Feature Promises Gender Neutral Search Engine Results

While typing in a phrase like “engineer” in a typical search engine may reveal an image of a group of males, a new gender neutral search engine claims to be different. Semcon’s Re-Search service is said to offer a gender-balanced image search, avoiding common stereotypes as a result.

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Explore Toronto’s One Of A Kind Christmas Show

If you’re the type of person who likes to gift unique, uncommon presents then you’ll love the One of the Kind Show. Since 1975, this event has showcased the work of local artisans while providing shoppers with the opportunity to shop locally crafted handmade products. The One of a Kind Show runs from November 24th to December 4th at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place.

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Top Places To Get French Macarons In Toronto

The delicate and colourful macaron, a meringue-based delicacy, is a beloved staple among those who crave French baked goods. Luckily, Torontonians don’t have to catch a plane to Paris to enjoy these petite treats. Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up our picks for some of the top macarons the city has to offer.

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Best Activities In Ottawa For Fall/Winter 2016

It’s no secret that Ottawa is notoriously cold during the winter months, but it’s also a well-known fact that Canada’s capital offers plenty of festive cheer during the colder months of the year. While proud Canucks can always hope for a possible selfie with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, there are also plenty of other reasons to visit Ottawa. Here’s what to do in the capital this holiday season.

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The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Returns To Toronto

Since 1922, the beginning of November has marked the beginning of a beloved Toronto tradition known as The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Once again, the winter fair returns to Toronto’s Exhibition Place this year until November 13, and is set to offer everything from critters to craft beer.

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