Spring’s Emblems: Ontario’s Favourite Flower in the Woods North of Toronto

During the brief time in spring between the snow melting and trees bursting with leaves, a spectacular event occurs in the great Canadian wilderness just north of Toronto. The forest floor turns white again – though not with snow –…

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Spring Moose Encounters North Of Toronto

It’s the quintessential Canadian animal: huge, strong and yet mostly placid, gliding its way with surprising agility for its size through the equally iconic wilderness of Ontario’s Algonquin Park. The moose (Alces alces, largest member of the deer family) is…

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Welcome to the Pampered Canadian Wilderness North of Toronto

Perhaps the best part about the great Canadian wilderness is that it’s only a 20 minute flight with Porter Airlines from Toronto in the summer and so easy to get to by rental car. The next best thing? If this is…

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Dog Sledding in the Great Canadian Wilderness North of Toronto

Dog sledding is as quintessentially Canadian as it gets but there’s no reason to travel to the Arctic to try this thrilling winter activity. Just a few hours north of Toronto’s you’ll find many fine dog sled operators who’ll introduce you…

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