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Montreal's Best Shopping Malls

by RichardBurnett January 2014 - last edited October

best=5Fshopping=5Fmalls-montreal?= _fasjion_week-_photo_by_chantal_lévesque - header.jpgMontrealers know style and how to dress. You can find a wide array of brand names at downtown department stores The Bay and Simons, and high-end Ogilvy’s and Holt Renfrew. Here are some of Montreal's top shopping destinations.

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What to Eat in Toronto | The Best Fusion Food in Canada"Good food makes us happy," states Susur Lee, Toronto's superstar chef. Lee's imaginative cuisine, blending Chinese flavours with French technique, was at the forefront of a new wave of fusion cuisine that’s now become entrenched in Toronto's culinary scene. Here are a few of the city's top fusion spots.

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Winter Activities in Quebec City

by JenniferMerrick January 2014 - last edited October

Winter Activities in Quebec CityThe French settlers who made it through their first winter in New France more than 400 years ago – and only nine out of 28 did —were tough. Today, Quebecers still don’t let the cold stop them from getting outside. Wrap up warm and enjoy some of these classic Quebec City winter activities.

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Montreal's Classic Jazz Venues

by RichardBurnett January 2014 - last edited October

Montreal Classic Jazz VenuesIf you think Montreal is a good-time city today, you should’ve seen her back in the day, home to some of the hottest jazz clubs on the planet and a wide-open scene fuelled by Prohibition. Booze was still legal in Quebec, so the thirsty came to Montreal from all over North America. Here are a few of the city's best classic Jazz clubs.

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A Hockey Lover's Guide to Toronto

by ClaireBullen January 2014 - last edited October by JenniferMerrick

A Hockey Lover's Guide to TorontoGiven the region’s notoriously chilly climate, it should come as no surprise that Toronto is a city made for ice hockey. On particularly chilly winter days, amateur skaters can be spotted gliding across the frozen-over edges of Lake Ontario. And professional hockey? Let’s just say that it’s a hugely popular local pastime.

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Secluded Toronto | Exploring the Toronto IslandsWhile the uninitiated might think of Toronto as a fast-paced, frenetic city, there’s far more to this Canadian town than simply the hustle and bustle. In fact, Toronto has its very own day trip destination, one that perfectly combines stunning natural surroundings, uncrowded spaces, and heaps of relaxing activities. Welcome to the Toronto Islands.

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