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Seeking the famous fork in Frost’s footsteps: Poet’s time in England shaped many of his well-known works

American poet Robert Frost's time in England influenced some of his best-known works, including The Road Not Taken

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Black Nova Scotia: Touring a community that’s been here longer than 150 years

Canada’s sesquicentennial is a chance to reflect on the country’s lost and suppressed stories – as Denise Balkissoon writes, those include the Black Loyalists of 1783, and the bulldozed Halifax neighbourhood of Africville​

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New York’s financial district is an unlikely weekend getaway

When the stockbrokers head for the suburbs or the beach, lower Manhattan feels far from the madding crowd but comes into its own as a true ...

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Banff powwow a salute to 'Mr. Banff' Norman Luxton

The second annual Iiniskim Powwow is paying tribute Saturday to Stoney honorary chief Norman Luxton, nicknamed “Mr. Banff.”  Luxton ...

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Saskatoon cracks top 5 in USA Today tourism poll

After a month-long contest in USA Today, Saskatoon was named Friday as the fourth most travel-worthy destination in Canada.

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First-class meals now served at the airport, for the elite few

"You've got to try the burger."

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Can’t decide where to stay in Paris? A guide for every type of traveller

The City of Light is a laboratory for experimental hotel concepts and creative design. Here are pinch-yourself perfect options

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Where the buffalo roamed: Follow the trail where the great herds were hunted and saved

From historical details of wild buffalo hunts to tales of the animal's rescue, a new self-guided tour across 10 sites in the western Dakotas tells the story of the Bison's last stand

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5 things to do this weekend (June 9-11)

If you want to get out and about this weekend, or looking for something fun and interesting to do, here are five things where you could turn your attention. 1. Canada Remembers Our Heroes airshow. Held at 17 Wing Detachment Dundurn. Head south on Highway 11 for about 25 kilometres and watch for signs to […]

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When in Rome don’t sit, dip, eat, drink in fountains

When in Rome, don’t take a dip in the monumental fountains. Or sit or climb on them. Best not to eat or drink on them either

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Tours for chocolate lovers not just about sampling sweets

A tour for chocolate lovers in Brooklyn, New York, isn’t just about tasting the final product. It also gives a peek at factories, ...

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Touring Japan’s capital can be cheaper than you think

The Japanese capital is famously pricey – but there are ways to dine, collect souvenirs and see the city from high above without emptying your wallet

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Where to celebrate Canada Day besides Ottawa

Ottawa will be jumping, and probably a little crowded. So here’s a look at what’s happening in other parts of the country on the Canada Day weekend

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Caesars Windsor earns Four Diamond recognition

Caesars Windsor has earned the Four Diamond Award — one of the Canadian-American Automobile Association’s (CAA/AAA) top accommodation rankings.

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Southwest Unbound: Camping and hiking adventure tour explores some of America’s natural wonders

Launched to mark the centennial of the U.S. National Park Service, Southwest Unbound showcases the most beautiful parts of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona

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Most beaches, outdoor pools to open Saturday

If you’re hoping to stay cool this weekend, you’ll be able to enjoy most of the city’s outdoor swimming pools, wading pools, splash ...

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In search of Italy’s summer beach getaways

When vacationers compete with locals for space on the beach, it’s sometimes better to hit the road – or the sea – for a sunny retreat

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Putting traveller perks to the test: What it’s like to go on the same trip with and without upgrades

For frequent travellers, perks are available including upgrades to first-class seats, airport lounges and free food. Are the benefits worth the cost?

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From the golfer to music lover: Travel destinations for every kind of dad

Here's a list of potential travel spots for 10 kinds of fathers

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Is Paris truly the City of Romance? It all depends on who you’re with

A newlywed visits Paris — with her mother-in-law — and returns 20 years later — as a mother — with 39 high schoolers in tow

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Sweden’s Museum of Failure celebrates products that flopped

Green Heinz ketchup? Fat-free Pringles? Colgate frozen lasagna? You don’t need to be an expert to know these products weren’t successful

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Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: America’s best-known architect still fascinates

From New York’s Guggenheim museum to the Fallingwater house built over a waterfall in Pennsylvania, Frank Lloyd Wright's innovative designs ...

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Destination photo workshops put a different lens on travel

​Destination photo workshops in exotic locales such as Greece, Finland and Rome – or, for animal lovers, on safari – will help you make your travel ...

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Leisure and literature: The best places to follow in Jane Austen’s footsteps this year

From Steventon to Winchester, Wibke Carter offers a list of places and events worth visiting to mark the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death

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Victoria revisited: B.C. capital transformed into hip destination full of shopping, dining — and yes, gardens

If you're looking for a hip and swanky getaway, maybe with a little splurge, Victoria is the ticket

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For train and transportation buffs, New York’s a paradise

If you’re a rail fan or happen to have one in your family, New York City is a great place to visit

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On Italy's Amalfi Coast, a centuries-old convent is reborn as a luxury hotel

Staying in the same lodgings as 17th-century nuns doesn’t have to mean swearing off the finer experiences the Amalfi Coast can offer

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