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    12 of Canada’s most infuriating rush-hour roads

    It’s the claim to fame that no city truly wants: the worst traffic in Canada. But it wasn’t until early 2017—when the CAA released the results of a study on the worst bottlenecks in Canada—that it was possible to determine what cities truly deserved to hold the title. According to the report, Canada’s 20 most […] More

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    15 careers that are even better in rural Canada

    With the average price for a detached house hovering just under the $1.2 million range in Toronto and (gulp) $1.8 million in Vancouver, it’s no wonder city folk are turning their eyes towards small towns where they can potentially afford a home. What keeps people chained to the city? Well, for many, there’s a perception that […] More

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    10 loveable dog breeds that originated in Canada

    Canadians are a dog-loving bunch: in 2016, approximately 41 per cent of Canadian households include at least one dog, with the total doggo and pupper population in the country reaching 7.6 million furry friends. And we’re surprisingly patriotic in our canine choices: of the 10 most popular dog breeds in 2016, the Labrador retriever, a […] More

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    15 things other nations love about Canada

    Canada has often been rated one of the most loved countries in the world. People tend to feel this way because we are known to be friendly and funny (intentionally or not), we have an expansive and diverse nation with a lush natural environment, and we produce internationally recognized people and products. Here in Canada, we […] More

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    15 things most Canadians don’t know about their own country

    You probably already know that Canada’s national sport is lacrosse, not hockey. And that we’re home to the most northerly permanent settlement (Alert, Nunavut). But how about the fact that we built the world’s first UFO landing pad? Or that Iceland wanted to adopt the loonie? Here are 15 things that many Canadians don’t even […] More

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    14 of the weirdest museums in Canada

    Canada’s got lots of world-class museums. The ROM in Toronto, the Canadian Museum of History in Hull, the Haida Heritage Museum in Skidegate, British Columbia, and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax. Some museums, though, are a little more niche. They appeal to an audience interested in the unusual, the bizarre, the ephemeral, […] More

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    15 of the strangest place names in Canada

    From sea to sea, Canada is the second largest country by land mass. According to Canadian Immigration, Ontario alone has 444 individually named towns and cities, which means that when judging “strangest names,” we have a lot to work with. With a history rooted in Aboriginal and French culture, these odd names generally honour one […] More

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    15 of the best wineries in Canada

    We love the opportunity to take advantage of late summer weather, don’t you? As the grapes are harvested and our natural surroundings start their transformation from green to yellow to orange to red, a trip through any one of Canada’s wine regions is a great way to softly end the season and take in picturesque […] More

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    15 of the best mountain views in Canada

    From ocean vistas on three coasts to the vast expanses of the prairies, there’s something beautiful to look at no matter where you travel in Canada. But nothing quite compares—or is as dramatic—as the country’s mountains. And if you head to one of the regions below, the views are sure to take your breath away.  More

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    14 amazing places to surf in Canada

    When you think of Canada, you think of ice skating, maple syrup, and our obsession with apologizing. But what you may not expect of this amazing country (totally biased here) is that if you know where to go — we have some pretty sweet surfing spots. So grab a wet-suit (it’s still Canada—c’mon now) and […] More

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