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TORONTO – December 4, 2014 – Putting your university career on hold to take a gap year and travel the world is a relatively new phenomenon that more and more students and millennials are opting for. Traditionally, gap years are students transitioning between high school and university, or for recent university graduates, but the, Read More

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The snow has begun to fall all across Canada and with all this snow comes all sorts of fun! Don’t let your kids spend the winter indoors, get them outside and active, and get them to try skiing and snowboarding with the Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass. Your kids have never skied or snowboarded, Read More

Tourism Whistler welcomes wineries from the Pacific Coast and around the world for Cornucopia, Whistler’s Food & Wine Festival November 11-14, 2004. Seventy-five wineries will showcase their wares for the four-day food and wine extravaganza that features a gamut of activities, from gala events, to parties, to intimate dinners and tastings.

Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons of the year in Ontario and the 28-page “Ontario Backroads and Getaways” brochure highlights over 75 independent travel packages that feature many of the “hidden gems” that the province is famous for but up until now were hard to find in one place. These easy-to-purchase getaways are perfect for Ontario residents who are looking, Read More

Country/pop diva Faith Hill chose Whistler for her return to the stage this past Saturday, August 7 where she dazzled fans with her remarkable vocals and stage presence in the picturesque alpine setting. After four years away from the concert circuit, Hill made her debut back to the stage in Whistler prior to her, Read More

Affordable late summer rates, events and festivals await visitors travelling north this August. Value packages can be found on the 400Eleven website that suit all vacation budgets starting at $29.95 per night for a Bed & Bike package in Barrie up to $475.00 weekly rate for a lakeside adventure retreat on Halls Lake in, Read More

This year, Canadian Mountain Holidays (CMH) was ranked 16th by Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards on its list of Top 20 Tour Operators and Safari Outfitters.  CMH has long been a popular choice among the travel-savvy, but this award solidifies the company’s reputation, allowing it to reach and even larger consumer base.  Walter, Read More

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Noted author, writer, northern Ontario historian, Haliburton Village resident and Order of Canada member, Michael Barnes will be at the Champlain Shores site on Sunday August 22, at 1:00 p.m. to talk about the history of the area, and sign his book The Essential Haliburton-Discover Highland Ontario. Copies of his most recent book Wolves, Read More

This spectacular privately owned Tom McBroom course is only accessible to Equity Members of the club and guests of The Inn at Manitou!

Direct flights to Tremblant from Toronto, Tremblant will resume this fall for the 3rd consecutive year. The Mont-Tremblant International Airport located only 25 minutes from the slopes of the popular resort, will offer regular air service that will reduce total travel time to less than 2 hours from Toronto.