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Domain Summum, dog hotel, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

This Mont-Tremblant hotel takes “dog-friendly” to a new level

It’s a dog’s life at Domaine Summum, a boutique hotel in western Quebec that caters to canines

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A humpback whale breaches in front of a rocky cliff with a red and white lighthouse and house on top

Waking up with the whales on Quirpon Island, Newfoundland

Quirpon Island has long been a favourite off-grid getaway for in-the-know travellers. Now, the Quirpon Lighthouse Inn is doubling down on its biggest draws: whales and icebergs.

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Five unique geothermal hot springs to visit in Iceland

From a five-star luxury spa atop a lava flow to a volcanic crater lake filled with mineral-rich blue water, here are the best ways to experience Iceland at its source

A Haliburton hideaway

Tucked away on private property in Ontario's Haliburton Highlands, the Woods Parka Lodge is a cozy winter escape 

Living history on England’s South Coast

A three-day road trip along the Dorset coast offers fossils, fish and chips and Roman ruins

The Alt Hotel St. John’s is the best harbourfront stay in the Newfoundland capital

Past and present collide at the innovative Groupe Germain property on St. John’s historic waterfront 

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Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland

Newly-revamped “Iceberg Finder” makes it easy for visitors to find the best spots in Newfoundland for iceberg viewing 

Nine things to discover in the Thousand Islands

From outdoor adventure to world-class theatre, here are nine reasons to plan a getaway to the Thousand Islands

Five unique geothermal hot springs to visit in Iceland

From a five-star luxury spa atop a lava flow to a volcanic crater lake filled with mineral-rich blue water, here are the best ways to experience Iceland at its source

The floe edge, where land-fast ice meets the open Arctic Ocean in spring and summer. (Photo: Dave Briggs/Arctic Kingdom)