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Discover Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario This Spring

When most Canadians think of “Niagara”, attractions like the falls, Clifton Hill and casinos come to mind. However, a few kilometers north of Niagara Falls is the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Nestled where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario, the town is famous for its vineyards and cuisine.

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4 Ontario Towns For A Winter Getaway

After the winter holidays, it can be hard not to look towards the next vacation or trip under the sun. Rather than board on a plane, why not take a weekend road trip to discover all that Ontario has to offer? From wineries to fashion museums and sculpture gardens to food tours, this province is home to a number of unique attractions that are worth visiting during these colder months.

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Top Summer Destinations in Ontario

With the remaining few weeks of summer rushing past, it may be too late book that dream vacation if you have been parked at your desk. However, you can still enjoy a small retreat without leaving the province. Here is our guide to embracing late summer in Ontario without the need for booking a flight ticket

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Niagara Icewine Festival Starts Today – Here’s What To Know

If you’re planning on a romantic getaway with your partner or a weekend road trip with friends, the Icewine Festival is the perfect event to go see for a wine and culinary weekend. The 21st Annual Niagara Icewine Festival kicks off today and runs to the 31st in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

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Romantic Canadian Holiday Getaways

If the glistening snow and light flurries are putting you in the mood for a romantic winter getaway, visit these awe-inspiring destinations for some much needed quality time with your loved one. From sipping on some bubbly in Niagara’s wine region to snuggling under the colourful Borealis lights in Alberta, rekindle your love with your partner while discovering new ways to love winter in Canada.

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Niagara-On-The-Lake Is A Fabulous Canadian Travel Destination

Everyone has heard of Toronto, after all it is a world famous city, but did you know that it wasn’t the original capital of Ontario? That distinction lies with Niagara-On-The-Lake, or Newark as it was known back in 1793. This small town of 15,000 is located in Southern Ontario where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario, and has played an important part in Canada’s history.

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