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Canada’s easternmost capital offers plenty of opportunities to eat, drink and be happy all winter long, while an hour’s drive from the city offers plenty of picturesque views and several trails to ski or sled

Canada’s easternmost capital offers plenty of opportunities to eat, drink and be happy all winter long, while an hour’s drive from the city offers plenty of picturesque views and several trails to ski or sled

St. John’s streets are filled with colorful houses.Barrett & MacKay Photo / Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism St. John’s Although rain, sleet or snow are blowing in from the harbor, St. John’s always up in the winter. Along the Water and George streets in the heart of the city, lights and music spill out onto the …

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From the urban wildlife of Vancouver to the cordilleran views, the sporting culture of Whistler, beautiful British Columbia has it all

From the urban wildlife of Vancouver to the cordilleran views, the sporting culture of Whistler, beautiful British Columbia has it all

Georgina Dan from Lil’wat Nation performs with other members of Lil’wat and Squamish Nations at the Spo7ez Winter Feast.Catherine Dawson March / The Globe and Mail Vancouver Enjoy salmon, stories and tasty dishes and cocktails in Vancouver Winter fans often head straight to nearby mountains for snow-based activities, but the city and its seasonal mild …

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My Ukrainian didukh comes from the heart, even though Etsy supplied the wheat

My Ukrainian didukh comes from the heart, even though Etsy supplied the wheat

First Person is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Do you have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. Illustration by Mary Kirkpatrick This year I decided to make our own didukh for Christmas. This traditional Ukrainian decoration symbolizes a good harvest and is usually made from wheat, rye or oat stalks. …

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