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Canadian Geographic Travel November 2015

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Canadian Geographic Travel

Our monthly column connects you to the latest news and important events and people in the great outdoors.

Check out our latest Adventure Zone: Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre

Get the inside track on your best travel bets, both in Canada and beyond. An enticing virtual tour of select cities and regions that's filled with practical information about activities, services and accommodations.
Northwest Passage — Wildlife Encounter

Sail through the Northwest Passage aboard One Ocean Navigator and explore the Arctic summer and its abundant wildlife.

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Northumberland County, Ontario

Northumberland County is the perfect Ontario getaway just one hour east of Toronto.

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Oxford County

Family memories are made here. Go birding, canoeing, fishing or hiking at one of our conservation areas. Overnight at a campground, country inn, B&B, or local hotel.

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Yukon's Winter Splendors

Picture perfect winter landscapes, colourful characters, dazzling northern lights, and a treasure trove of heritage means you’ll want to stay a while in Yukon.

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Adventure through Texas

The Lone Star State offers the best of the great outdoors. With world-class state and national parks that boast some of the most varied terrain around, there is truly something for everyone.

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Discovering Prince Edward Island

As Canada’s only island province, PEI boasts brilliant blue waters that are the warmest north of the Carolinas, over 1100 kms of pristine sandy beaches, and some of the most breathtaking cliffs and coastlines in the country.

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