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Come Say Goodbye To Toronto’s Beloved Queer Gift Shop At Dundas West Fest This...

As Dundas West Fest gears up this weekend, it will be the last time to stock up on gifts at TKVO, Toronto’s queer gift shop for feminist killjoys and misanthropes with a sense of...
grandma lambes apple pie

Ontario’s Apple Pie Trail

If you could squeeze Ontario into a glass, it would be apple cider. Apples are the quintessential fruit of the province. Ontario’s Macintosh apple inspired the computer logo. Ontario’s Apple Pie Trail around South...
Blue Mountain

Father-Son Trip to Blue Mountain Village

“I am not afraid,” I tell myself, unconvincingly. Strapped into the Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, our car goes clickety-clack as we slowly make our way to the summit. And then, the point of no...
Niagara Fire Works

More Fun Things To Do With Family in Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls was given the moniker, “Honeymoon Capital of the World,” not only because of its majestic waterfalls, but also because of its endless secluded romantic parks and trails, and now its veritable buffet...
Billy Elliot the Musical

The Stratford Forum

What might “dinner and a show” have looked like in Shakespeare’s time? It would not yet have included potatoes or tomatoes, coffee or chocolate, white tablecloth or instagrammable dishes. The grounds of the Globe...
Niagara Falls

Fun Things to do with Family in Niagara Falls

Do you remember your first trip to Niagara Falls? Planning it for a child is like reliving it. There are so many different angles for us to view the Falls and, of course, each one...
Summer Weekend Prince Edward Island

4 Summer Weekend Trip Ideas in Ontario

With so many long weekends ahead, it’s time to start planning some epic summer getaways. Luckily, Ontario is filled with beautiful spots to spend a relaxing weekend away from the GTA. From wine tasting...
Bootlegger Band

Temperance and Temptation

“Is it just me, or does the Temperance lady have an ass like two duck eggs in a napkin,” whispers Micky Burns with a nudge and a wink as Eleanor Krumpacker inspects our bus...

Summer Day Trip: The Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa

Nothing marks the start of summer like the bloom of over 300,000 tulips. As with everything in Ottawa, The Canadian Tulip Festival is rich in history. This beautiful festival was established in 1953, to...
Fruit Market, Lima, Peru

International Farmer’s Markets

Food trails and markets have become the tastiest part of any travel experience. They are the places where we can really sink our teeth into a taste of place. Write up a new bucket...

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