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Cradled On The Waves Off Canada’s PEI

Come visit beautiful Prince Edward Island and discover why families flock to this little known isle of tranquility each summer. The first thing you notice are the red clay cliffs gently sloping to the ocean, actually the Northumberland Strait. As the small Air Alliance plane banks slightly in its approach, the whole of Prince Edward Island (PEI) comes into view. In the spring...

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British Columbia And Alberta: Canada Winter Adventures

Wherein the author, a city dweller, communes with ice canyons, snowshoes, and civilized travel amidst freezing temperatures in one of the most magnificent parts of North America…. Ah winter!  The bane of one’s existence if you live in the northeast -- rain, fog, hail, wind…and snow.  All the ingredients for slipping, sliding, and making those dark winter days...

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Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

Chateau Lake Louise is a great place to hang your hat after a day of wildlife viewing in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Find out more about what this unique destination has to offer for family travelers.Snowcapped mountain peaks and formidable glaciers cradle Lake Louise's emerald depths in a natural icy amphitheater. Situated in the corner of Banff...

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Fairmont le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

One of the city's most recognized symbols, it has been welcoming guests with a French flair and "once upon a time" atmosphere since 1893.One of the city's most recognized symbols, it has been welcoming guests with a French flair and "once upon a time" atmosphere since 1893. Nowhere does Quebec’s old-world charm spring to life more than in its provincial...

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My Church Pilgrimage Trip

Our mission was to help the people who live in Calais, Maine. Many of them are poor and they live in houses that need to be painted. Some just need a friend to talk to. We were to be divided into groups, each with a different service task to tackle. Some volunteers would journey to a local Boys and Girls Club and act as a big brother or sister to a lonely child, while still others would...

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Quebec City’s Winter Carnaval

Ever since 3rd grade I have wanted to go on this school trip to Québec City, Canada. In 5th grade in 1997, it was so cool to be able to go on such an awesome trip with my friends, I couldn't resist. Ever since 3rd grade I have wanted to go on this school trip to Québec City, Canada. In 5th grade in 1997, it was so cool to be able to go on such an awesome trip...

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British Columbia’s Backcountry Ski Lodges

In the back woods of Canada's far west, you can rough it in style with expert skiers or enjoy the snowy wilderness with little ones. It has been a long day - exhilarating and exhausting. We have skied up and down several mountain peaks in the spectacularly remote Selkirk Range of the British Columbia Rockies. We are literally in the middle of nowhere. Many kilometers - and a helicopter...

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Hockey Fan Rocks In Vancouver, Canada

One family recounts their adventures in Vancouver, Canada visiting all the sites and sounds that pertain to this area's favorite sport: Hockey! One family recounts their adventures in Vancouver, Canada visiting all the sites and sounds that pertain to this area's favorite sport: Hockey! One of the best things about having kids is how thoroughly they can involve you...

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Stratford Festival Of Canada

Introduce your kids to the plays of Shakespeare and other literary lions with exciting productions of classics, musicals and more.It may be celebrating its 55th birthday, but the Stratford Festival of Canada is livelier than ever. The 2007 season runs till November 4th, so there’s still plenty of time for theater-loving families to catch a few shows. Stratford, a sweet...

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