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Hiking expert and B.C. native Patti Shales Lefkos reviews her favourite hiking trails in Canada'a most beautiful province and shares some secrets on how to navigate them.

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Contributor Shelley Cameron McCarron takes us on a journey around Canada's beautiful outpost and introduces us to the people and places that make Cape Breton so special.

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Montréal honours its heroes, like the late Leonard Cohen, by featuring with their images painted on giant murals that are scattered throughout the city. The city even holds two mural festivals.

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Marc Atchison spends a few days in Montréal to recharge his body, mind and soul at the city's great urban spas, it's fabulous museum of fine arts and in the latest boutique hotel.

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Marc Atchison dines at a unique Montréal restaurant where volunteer servers work for free, most of the profit goes to charity and customers are encouraged to smash their plates after they eat.

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Photo journalist Craig Minielly travels to this remote part of Canada and discovers the only thing more impressive than the landscape is the people.

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VANCOUVER - Recently, younger travellers have been choosing their destinations for another reason — getting in a good workout.

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FOGO ISLAND, NL — Lots has been written about the contemporary inn that bears this island’s name and its legendary founder Zita Cobb. In fact, the reason most people come to this remote outpost off Newfoundland’s northeast coast is to stay at the incredible Fogo Island Inn.

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PERTH, ON — In the local museum of this historic Upper Canada town, where much is made of the fact that Canada’s last fatal duel took place, the past comes to life.

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QUÉBEC CITY — Every time I push open the polished bronzed doors of one of Fairmont’s legendary heritage hotels, like this city’s fabulous Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, I’m imbued with a sense of history.