February Canada Tourism News – Week 3 – 15th to 21st, 2016

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February Canada Tourism News – Week 3

February 15th to 21st, 2016.

Top 16 Canadian tourism and travel news stories, tips, trends, surveys for the third week of February 2016 – February Canada Tourism News – Week 3

February Canada Tourism News - Week 3

11 Adventurous Reasons to Head North ( Tourism News) Two B.C. beaches make list of world’s top 50 beaches (Top Travel List)
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“Canada, the second-largest country by landmass in the world, is a nation of superlatives. ” via Monica  Poling, Travel Pulse “Two British Columbia beaches have landed on a list of the world’s top 50 beaches as ranked by the British newspaper.” via Toronto Sun
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The Best Bang For Your Canadian Travel Buck (Tourism News) With new flights and a cheap dollar this is the year to make the trip to Canada. (Travel News)
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“So where can you go to get away while not having to plan a getaway from a bank just to pay for it? Here’s an easy way: stay in Canada. ” via Kathy Buckworth , Huffpost Travel “Demand for Canada is rocketing, partly because it has neither of the above problems and partly because its weakening currency is creeping towards $2 to the pound. ” via Chris Haslam, Sunday Times
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Hockey remains the ultimate tie that binds Canadians (Tourism Story) Lake of the Woods outfitter serves food, drink in Igloo Bar (Tourism Story)
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“Hockey encompasses the best of this country, and in doing so, far surpasses its appeal as a mere sport— it binds us and reminds us. Neither railways nor pipelines did, nor do.” via Chris nelson – Calgary Sun “The Igloo Bar, on the Minnesota side of Lake of the woods, serves both Canadian and U.S. based anglers, snowmobilers. ” via CBC News
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The incredible filming locations of The Revenant (Travel Story) The Upward Trend In Heli-Assisted Touring (Travel Story)
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“The landscapes seen in the movie are just as enthralling as Leo’s performance. Here we outline where some of the key scenes were shot” via The Telegraph “But sometimes, you just want to catch a ride to the top, and for that, heli-bump touring balances exploration on foot with the efficiency of speedy access to secluded landscapes.” via Louise Lintilhac, Backcountry Magazine
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A Canadian wine tour? I’ll drink to that (Travel Stories) Monarch butterfly numbers flutter up, but still off recent highs: study (Eco News)
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“Chief Clarence Louie, who has led the band for three decades, is passionate about his people’s economic independence and self-reliance.” via Angela Saurine “The butterflies breed in Mexico and then have three more generations as they travel north to Canada.” via Jon Herskovitz, Reuters
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Yukon Brewery: Sophisticated Beer On Tap in the Wilderness (Travel Stories) Believe it or not, the Peg’s a winter hot spot
(Travel News)
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“The craft beer craze has sprouted up in most major cities, but don’t think you’ll be relegated to sipping Heineken when you journey to the isolated wilderness of the Yukon. ” via Rosalind Cummings-Yeates, Travel Pulse “We love the culture, the people, the restaurants. The city celebrates its cold climate and makes it part of the draw. Foodies from across Canada vied for tickets to the uber-popular RAW. ” via Kim Westad, Times Colonist
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Canadian soldiers travel to bottom of world to reach one of tallest peaks (Travel Story) Nunavut artifacts moving to Winnipeg (Travel Story)
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“Eight Canadian soldiers who had been injured in battle went on an expedition to Antarctica to summit Mount Vinson Massif, the highest peak in the continent and therefore one of the world’s so-called Seven Summits” via Tiffany Lewis, Ottawa Citizen “The Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) has been carefully packing nearly 8,000 Nunavut artifacts at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (PWNHC) in Yellowknife, NWT.” Mt Toba
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The Best Campgrounds and Camping in British Columbia (Travel Tips) The best things to do in Calgary, Alberta (Travel Tips)
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“We’ve camped all over this great land (and in the south too), and those of us living and camping in BC know how lucky we are to have this all at our doorstep.” via Traveling Mom Blog “Lots to offer those who find themselves in Calgary any other time of year, has experienced a cultural resurgence, and also serves as the gateway to beautiful Banff National Park. ” The Globe Guide

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February Canada Tourism News – Week 3 – 15th to 21st, 2016 was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Greg "Gug" Girard

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