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Things to do in Burlington, Ontario

There are so many things to do in Burlington, Ontario – this list just scratches the surface, but gives you a good taste of what this amazing city has to offer residents and tourists alike. Since April 2012, I’ve been a resident of Burlington, Ontario. However, my many first-time experiences in this beautiful city go back to early 2010. My ...

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Top five camping sites near Toronto

Getting a dose of nature away from Toronto, Ontario does not require hours on the road. At most two to two-and-a-half hours are needed to get to great camping sites near Toronto. We’ve either camped or hiked in many provincial parks or conservation areas in Southern Ontario with campgrounds over the years and love that they aren’t too far from ...

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Hamilton region waterfalls

Hamilton waterfalls: Webster’s Falls and Tews Falls

Most people who live in the Greater Toronto Area, including Mississauga and Oakville, Ontario may have visited one of Halton region’s conservation areas or at least Bronte Creek Provincial Park. However, if you continue a bit further west to Hamilton, Flamborough, Dundas and other towns in the vicinity you can find a wealth of conservation areas and parks with beautiful ...

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