17 Pros and Cons of Retiring in Canada (From a Local)
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by Nina Out and About
2d ago
The pros and cons of retiring in Canada, eh? I’m a lifelong Canadian blessed with eight – yes, eight! – retirees for grandparents. I’ve seen firsthand the joys and challenges of deciding where to spend your golden years.  I even hear people from the US and Europe discuss settling down in Canada once their careers are ..read more
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15 Best Places to Retire in Canada (From a Local Canadian!)
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by Nina Out and About
2d ago
Canada offers a high quality of life, an excellent healthcare system, and beautiful scenery, which attracts retirees from all over the world, but there is no one-size-fits-all for the best place to retire in Canada.  Your perfect spot depends on your budget, lifestyle, and preferences.  I also recognize that it’s not just about crunching numbers ..read more
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10 Best Places For Afternoon Tea In Victoria: From A Local!
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by Nina Out and About
1w ago
Author Bio: My mom and I have been doing afternoon tea together since I was a kid, and I’ve done high tea all around the world as I travel, from the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto to traditional tea houses in Oxford, England. I’m an expert in all things high tea! So, now I’m here ..read more
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11 Best Places to Live in Montana [Big + Small Towns]
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by Nina Out and About
1w ago
Looking for the best places to live in Montana? I recently took a huge road trip across the US, and Montana was easily one of our favorite stops! There were so many beautiful mountain towns here, but there’s much more to choosing a new home than the scenery. Don’t get me wrong, the natural scenery ..read more
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9 Easiest Jobs to Do While Traveling
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by Nina Clapperton
1w ago
Have you ever returned from a vacation feeling like you barely scratched the surface of your destination? If you’re nodding in agreement, you’re not alone. Many of us crave more than the standard two-week getaway, dreaming of immersing ourselves in new cultures, languages, and landscapes. Luckily, the dream of extended travel is not only possible ..read more
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These Epic Drives are the Best Scenic Routes Near the US/Canada Border
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by Nina Clapperton
2w ago
This past year, I set off on a six-month journey across the Northern US and lower Canada with my dog, Theo. We covered miles upon miles of stunning scenic routes near the US/Canada border, all by car. There’s nothing quite like the freedom to stop at any roadside attraction that catches your eye and the ..read more
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9 Must-See Natural Wonders in Canada That Are Perfect for Your Winter Getaway
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by Nina Clapperton
3w ago
I’m a home-grown Canuck, and I’ve spent a lot of time traveling this country during the winter.  Believe it or not, I’ve grown to appreciate a Canadian winter’s unique beauty, but I’m not necessarily one to strap on skis and hit the slopes.  My favorite part of winter in Canada is how the natural wonders ..read more
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Top Side Hustle Ideas for Canadians from Someone Who’s Done Them!
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by Nina Clapperton
1M ago
Cost of living in Canada is extremely high, which means many Canadian need to have side hustles to make ends meet. I was a law clerk at a law firm full time, and I was working 3 side hustles just to have some semblance of a savings account. Having multiple streams of income also makes ..read more
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This Expat Traded London Life for Bali’s Laidback Tropics
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by Nina Clapperton
1M ago
Welcome to Living Out and About! I love sharing my experiences living abroad with y’all so much that I figured other expats would too. I’ve reached out to expats and nomads living around the world in different ways to share their experiences living, moving, and exploring. If you’re looking to learn about a certain way ..read more
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Uncover the Charm of Canada’s Small Towns –  Hidden Treasures for Winter Travel
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by Nina Clapperton
2M ago
When most people think of Canada, they often picture a cold, snowy landscape. That’s because Canada is most famous for its winter activities, from skiing to ice hockey to tobogganing.  But as a native Canadian, I can tell you that the country isn’t just about winter sports – Canada is full of small, charming towns ..read more
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