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A Perfect Playground

Canada’s First St. Regis Debuts in Toronto

A Crown Jewel…with an Off-the-Chart WOW Factor

Romancing the Rails

Train travel is back in style with its direct route, hop on at the last minute, no-security screening charm.

The Slow Boat to Lyon

The latest vacation pastime for those looking to move at a leisurely pace, on and off the water. The latest generation of ships and mix of itineraries are affordable, reach less well-travelled destinations and are quite luxurious.

Once Upon an Island

With resorts popping up everywhere, each more grand than the other, we had to wonder if it is still possible to find a place of incomparable beauty and unrivalled elegance in a setting where time truly can stand still. Without word of a lie, we found our answer at The Brando.

The Slow Boat to Lyon

The latest vacation pastime for those looking to move at a leisurely pace, on and off the water. The latest generation of ships and mix of itineraries are affordable, reach less well-travelled destinations and are quite luxurious.

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Authentically Adirondack

By Caroline Tapp-McDougall The history of Mirror Lake Inn goes back to the mid 1920s when a local girl, Climena Alford, married William Rufus Wikoff, who was the original travelling “Fuller Brush Man.” The story goes that Wikoff was a

Get Ready for Relaxation

With an enchanting site in a wooded haven, Nordik Spa-Nature offers a warm and natural welcome. By Caroline Tapp-McDougall This is a tale of two friends who were trailblazing health and wellness fanatics, and who decided to leave their old

Truffle Hunting in Tuscany

Left abandoned for 20-plus years after Stanford University closed its Italian headquarters, this 15th-century palazzo, now known as Il Salviatino, has been given a fresh lease of life by its new owners.

Unscripted Chill Meets Albino Squirrels

Homefront checks in to a hip new hotel on Bloor with a playful attitude and distinct sense of place. By Kylie Mackenzie Fittingly located within the “cultural corridor,” the recently opened Kimpton Saint George is easy to miss. Until, that

Authentically Adirondack

By Caroline Tapp-McDougall The history of Mirror Lake Inn goes back to the mid 1920s when a local girl, Climena Alford, married William Rufus Wikoff, who was the original travelling “Fuller Brush Man.” The story goes that Wikoff was a

Get Ready for Relaxation

With an enchanting site in a wooded haven, Nordik Spa-Nature offers a warm and natural welcome. By Caroline Tapp-McDougall This is a tale of two friends who were trailblazing health and wellness fanatics, and who decided to leave their old

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