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Unique Ideas for Celebrating the Holidays in the North

Traditional holiday greeting card for celebrating the holidays, featuring St. Nicholas on skis.

Want to find different things to do on special occasions? If celebrating the holidays in the North, here are some festive ideas for a jolly time in Ontario.

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Landscapes of the Killarney Area

Landscapes of the Killarney Area: Scenery from Local Hiking Trails

For a limited time only, this lovely photobook makes a great gift or souvenir — a must-have for those with a passion for the beautiful Killarney area!

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Day Hike on the Manitoulin Shoreline at Misery Bay

A bench overlooking Misery Bay sits on a stretch of coastal alvar pavement.

With 4 trails to explore & an eco-friendly, solar-powered Visitor Centre with cool exhibits to examine, who wouldn't want to spend a day at Misery Bay?

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Triple the Fun at Dokis Summerfest

Dokis Summerfest Logo 2013

Dokis Summerfest rocks a July weekend annually with softball and horseshoe tournaments, along with a music festival and family-friendly activities.

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30+ Scary Haunted Walks and Ghost Tours in Ontario

A scary ghost in a room, from Punch Magazine, 1853.

Want something spooky to do? Whether or not it's Halloween season, enjoy a good scare and have a frightful fun time on these haunted walks and ghost tours.

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6 Popular Routes on the Uplands Trail at Algonquin Park

Scenery from the Western Uplands Trail at Algonquin Park.

At 78 km, the Western Uplands Trail is Algonquin Park's longest. 3 stacked loops & 2 side loops make it easy to plan multiple routes for a long weekend.

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