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Travel Notice: How the ETIAS Will Affect Canadians Travelling to Europe

Mar 14 2019
Post by Justin | Travel | Leave a comment

By 2021, the European Union (EU) will have a new electronic authorization system affecting travellers from typically visa-exempt countries like Canada and the US: the European Travel Information and Authorization System, or ETIAS for short. From January 1st, 2021 onwards, potential travellers to a number of Shengen Area European countries must apply for ETIAS travel authorization. This applies to short term visits, up to 90 days, whether […]

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Solo Travel Guide: Top Hacks for Solo Travellers

Mar 5 2019
Post by Justin | Travel Tips | Leave a comment

Travelling solo is a personal journey—both literally and figuratively. There’s a sense of freedom in travel that’s experienced a little differently when done alone. Of course, you’d get to try new things and visit new places as you would with travel companions, but you get to do all that on your own time and in […]

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How to Travel Carry-On Only with Kids

Feb 26 2019
Post by Linnea | Travel Tips | Leave a comment

There’s nothing worse than having to lug around big, bulky suitcases to and from the airport. So one of our favourite mommy bloggers, Kerri Hansen, is sharing her best tips on how to travel with carry-on luggage – even for a week-long trip to Maui! Take it away, Kerri!

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Choosing the Best Travel Rewards Credit Card

Feb 19 2019
Post by Justin | Travel Tips | Leave a comment

Travel and credit cards often go hand-in-hand. Best practices for using credit cards to your advantage when travelling, however, will depend on your personal needs. In most situations, we purchase plane tickets and book accommodation with our credit cards, and pay for meals, shopping and other expenses while at our destinations. But where ’travel’ and ‘credit […]

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