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12 Months of 2019 #TravelInspo


Jan 16 2019
Post by Linnea | Travel | Leave a comment

It’s a new year, which means it’s the perfect time to set new goals, reach for new aspirations, try new things, and dream up new travel plans! To help inspire your inner wanderlust, we’ve rounded up a whole year of #travelinspo – whatever your budget may be. 2019 is the year of spontaneity, food tourism, […]

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Getting Snowmobile Travel Insurance


Jan 8 2019
Post by Justin | Travel Insurance | 2 Comments

For many Canadian destinations, if there’s anything you’ll find an abundance of during the wintertime, it’s snow. And with all that snow comes a wide variety of winter sports to suit every traveller’s taste—plus the right type of travel insurance to match the activity. Many thrill-seeking Canadians would agree that snowmobiling is one of the […]

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100 Visa-Free Destinations for Canadian Travellers


Dec 27 2018
Post by Justin | Travel | 5 Comments

International travel is often fraught with regulations, and visa applications are a tedious step that most, if not all travellers wish they could do without! Luckily for us Canadians, mobility isn’t much of an issue where visa requirements are concerned. Your Canadian passport will grant you access to over 185 countries and territories that either […]

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How Long Can a Canadian Stay in the US?


Dec 18 2018
Post by Linnea | Travel | 15 Comments

If you’re a Canadian snowbird who would much rather chase sunsets over snow storms, it’s important to note that you can only stay in those coveted US vacation spots for so long. The Entry Exit Initiative is a system that records biographical information on those crossing US and Canadian borders. On February 13, 2017, Prime Minister […]

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