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Toronto’s Luminato Festival Luminato Festival's memorable performances have contributed to Toronto's status as a global player in the arts landscape. With the festival's 10th anniversary in June 2016, the next phase for Luminato is the reinvention of a former power station on the eastern edge of the city into the largest temporary arts residency in the world.

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10 things to do this spring in MontréalMontréal’s outdoor culture fills parks, gardens and farmers markets the moment the temperature ascends above freezing. Even the ubiquitous BIXI bike share stations appear well before the year’s last flurry. Here’s a snowdrift worth of activities and amenities to see in Montréal this spring.

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On business in TorontoAs the largest metropolis in Canada, the city of Toronto has much to offer business travellers during their downtime. From the city’s vibrant art and culture scene, to the numerous neighbourhoods and world-class dining, shopping and nightlife, there’s an array of ways to wind down after a busy day of meetings. Take a look at our guide to being on business in Toronto next time you’re in town.

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What to do in winter in OttawaSummer in Ottawa may be beautiful, but winter is when the city really comes to life. Far from deterring activity, the weather is a catalyst for seasonal events such as the highly anticipated Winterlude festival, attracting thousands of visitors. Whether you’re an adventure seeker, a culture vulture or a foodie, there’s plenty to do in winter in Ottawa.

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Winter in Quebec: Montréal’s top day tripsMontréalers embrace their bucolic ventures into winter, turning forested paths into skating trails, hauling inner tubes up hills and locating spas wherever they can. Here are some of our favourite destinations, all less than 90-minutes away from Montréal, to bundle up or take it off during winter in Quebec.  

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Things to do in Montréal: Exploring Little BurgundyFamous for its blend of European and North American cultures, with everything from authentic French cuisine and 18th century architecture to contemporary art galleries and international music festivals to enjoy, there are plenty of fascinating things to do in Montréal. But this is also a local’s city, with a gritty side that most tourists don’t get to see. Few neighbourhoods exemplify this coarse façade more than Little Burgundy.

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