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Winter Travel ’09: When the snow flies

Maclean’s winter travel guide­—where to go and what to see in Canada


 

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In February, around the time many Canadians head south in search of warm beaches and tee times, the world is coming to Canada. The 2010 Winter Olympics will be one of the biggest parties in our nation’s history, especially if Team Canada ends its gold medal drought on Canadian soil. While the Vancouver Games are the most high-profile event, it’s far from the only thing to see and do in Canada this winter. So, to help with your travel plans, Maclean’s compiled a list of 50 attractions and activities, from the wildly popular to some lesser-known gems.

British Columbia
Alberta
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Ontario
Quebec
New Brunswick
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
Newfoundland & Labrador
The North


 

Winter Travel ’09: When the snow flies

  1. Definitely recommend renting a timeshare in Vancouver or Whistler if you want to attend the 2010 Olympics. We got ours through http://www.redweek.com for way less than the exorbitant hotel rates. Of course, that would be a great way to vacation anywhere in Canada.

  2. Phew! My favourite spot isn't mentioned. It can remain the best little secret in the….

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