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Kevin Forget Sep 18
In case you missed LIVE this morning from here’s one of the segments.
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Kevin Forget Sep 17
Want to tour by bike? You can get your bike rentals at all year long.
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Ontario Travel Sep 17
MT: With vast stretches of wilderness and over a thousand pristine waterways there’s plenty of room to roam in this wildly beautiful Canadian province. Ontario!
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Ontario's Blue Coast Sep 14
There's something exciting about wandering off the beaten path to discover something new 🌲 📍 🌊 📸: lifewithpriswong via IG
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Ontario Travel Sep 13
Point Pelee National Park is beautiful year round, but is particularly stunning in the fall, as hundreds of Monarch butterflies migrate south.
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Ontario Travel Sep 11
If road trips make you hungry, this is the list you need on your next weekend drive. @OntariosSouthwest
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Liisa Sep 6
Canada’s only Guitar Trail™ kicks off at 12pm on Sept 8 at ! Follow the one-of-a-kind guitar trail up, down and around the Village and discover over 20 musical artists. Then at 4:30 enjoy a free concert with !
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Ontario Travel Sep 5
48 Hours in Prince Edward County 😍 Start planning your next weekend getaway now! Via @LaPetitNoob
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Ontario Travel Sep 4
RT: The perfect end to a great summer. Photo:
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Ontario Travel Aug 29
After a day of exploring, check into award winning Retro Suites Hotel. A turn of the century hotel transformed into a luxury boutique hotel that delivers an incredible experience. Each room is unique and delivers an incredible experience.
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Ontario Travel Aug 29
Next stop, follow the Underground Railroad from slavery to freedom at Buxton National Historic Site & Museum. The site includes exhibits about the community's history that focus on the Black Canadian experience dating back to 1849.
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Ontario Travel Aug 29
A visit isn't complete without celebrating Chatham-Kent’s rich Black history on a walking tour to Freedom Park and the Black Mecca Museum. # CKBHS94
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Ontario Travel Aug 29
Welcome to Chatham Kent! Lets start with a walking tour of Uncle Toms Cabin Historic Site. Visit Josiah Henson's house & family cemetery, the pioneer church, a collection of 19th-century artifacts & rare books pertinent to the abolitionist era & much more.
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Ontario Travel Aug 28
🏊🏊🏊 RT Canatara Beach is one of 27 beaches in Canada to hold the internationally renowned Blue Flag status for its water quality, safety, and amenities? ☀ 🌊
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Ontario Travel Aug 28
Activate pedal power! Grab a helmet, a set of wheels, and go for a ride. Check out these 5 cycling adventures.
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Ontario Travel Aug 22
Celebrating all things railway with a last stop Brewing. Crafting local beer for 10 years, many of the beers are named with a nod to the city's heritage which has made them a true fabric of the community.
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Ontario Travel Aug 22
Time for an ice cream break!🍦Celebrating 70 years, uses fresh 100% Canadian Cream. It's old fashion ice cream made the way it should be!
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Ontario Travel Aug 22
Next stop, St.Thomas Elgin Public Art Centre where you can sample local arts and culture with Laura Woermke, Director of the Art Centre and accomplished artist. Check out the exhibit running till September 1st.
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Ontario Travel Aug 22
Located in historic , experience the story of coffee from farm to cup . Meet Maria Fiallos as she takes roasting coffee to the next level. Add some treats from to your tasting experience...YUM!
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Ontario Travel Aug 22
St. Thomas Ontario: Known for its impressive railway history and of course the grand statue of Jumbo the Elephant. But there is a lot more going on in St. Thomas. Follow us today and find out!
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