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Since moving to Ottawa last year, my husband and I have explored Old Hull, Chelsea and other nearby places in Quebec. Our new favourite ..read more
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When the starting point for your train ride is right by cascading waters even higher than Niagara Falls, you take it as a sign of ..read more
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Riding the train from Smithers to Prince Rupert in northwestern British Columbia is as much a trip back in time as it is a way of getting ..read more
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Like many small towns in Nova Scotia, Amherst is going through a bit of a revival, with fun new businesses opening up and a growing food ..read more
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Gaspésie is famous for its striking landscapes: Percé Rock, the sea extending out to the horizon, the beaches, crystalline rivers and ..read more
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Nestled in front of British Columbia’s Cariboo Mountains and a tractor ride away from the province’s longest and most important salmon ..read more
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VIA Rail Canada Blog by Paul Molpeceres - 1M ago

Summer’s officially arrived. For those of you (like me) living in one of our country’s stifling main metropolises, it’s time to bust ..read more
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Niagara is famous for its thunderous falls, which are well worth visiting. But head just 20 minutes north of this world wonder and you’ll ..read more
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Set on the shores of Hudson Bay, right in the middle of a migratory route—from forest, to tundra, to sea—Churchill has earned its ..read more
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When I first moved to Nova Scotia a decade ago, there were a few nice restaurants, for sure, but the food scene was really just beginning ..read more

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