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The Four Most Underrated Ontario Museums

Photo: sciencenorth on Instagram   Ontario has some amazing museums for curious minds looking to explore the past and the present. These museums feature magnificent art, ancient artifacts, and interactive exhibits for people of all ages to expand their knowledge and delve into history. Museums are a particularly great activity for rainy summer days, which […]

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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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Best New Year’s Eve Celebrations Across Canada

Hit the streets and enjoy the best street parties across Canada to ring in the New Year. As we prepare to say goodbye to this past year and the fond memories it brought, end your year with a bang through the clamor of the streets and and welcome 2016 with high spirits.

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Top Outdoor Skating Rinks To Visit In Canada

Canada is an oasis for avid Canucks who like to glide, spin and twirl on the skating rinks come winter time. If you’re looking to join in on Canada’s favourite winter pastime then brave the cold outdoors and lace up your skates for a fun winter escape at these top outdoor rinks. From skating on […]

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Check Out Canada’s Top Christmas Parades

It’s hard to believe it, but Christmas is right around the corner. And most cities in Canada hold their annual Christmas parades in November to avoid the colder weather. Here are the top ones you might want to check out.

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Monet: A Bridge To Modernity Curator On The New National Gallery Of Canada Exhibition

The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa’s latest exhibit is Monet A Bridge To Modernity, and it runs from from October 30 2015 until February 15, 2016. In the latest issue of Real Style Magazine (now on newsstands) we spoke with the exhibit’s curator, Ms. Kienle Ponka about the exhibit. Here is part of that interview.

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Canadian Travel: Visit Ottawa For The Tulip Festival – May 8 – 18

Nothing says Spring has arrived more than attending the annual Tulip Festival in Ottawa Ontario, this year running from May 8th – May 18th. The festival is the largest of its kind in the world, attracting over 600,000 visitors each year to see its collection of over 1,000,000 tulips. It’s something you just have to see for yourself.

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Art Exhibit: Last Week To Catch The Tom Thomson Exhibition In Ottawa

Ottawa’s National Gallery of Canada’s exhibition Tom Thomson: The Jack Pine and The West Wind Masterpiece in Focus is quickly coming to an end, but you still have until March 1st to catch this showcase of the artist’s final works.

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Famous Rainbow Tunnel Painting To Fetch $16 Million At Auction

A famous oil painting of the rainbow tunnel seen from the Don Valley Parkway is expected to fetch $16 million at auction later this month.

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