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  • Boutique Jérôme

    In need of a gift—even for yourself? Turn to Boutique Jérôme for its Canada-made collection, including graphic iPhone cases and vintage-style cotto... More
  • Brewster Ice Explorer

    Grab your fleece and hop aboard the Brewster Ice Explorer, which climbs up the Athabasca Glacier in Jasper National Park. More
  • Brookstone

    Everything you could want for a cozy, tech-supported flight is here—including noise-canceling headphones, hard-sided carry-ons, and cushy neck pill... More
  • Butterfield & Robinson

    Since leading its first tour in 1966, Butterfield has built a reputation for its active-luxury travel. With the belief that the best way to travel ... More
  • Butterfield & Robinson, Newfoundland Tour

    Kayak the Great Northern Peninsula's shores and hike the 1,000-year-old Viking settlement L'Anse aux Meadows. Along the way, you'll dine on wild ca... More
  • Caban

    Caban, part of the Club Monaco chain, mixes contemporary furnishings, linens, and tableware with spare, sleek designs. More
  • Camera

    Located inside Stephen Bulger Gallery in the Queen Street West arts district, Camera is a small rentable theater with a six-by-eight-foot screen an... More
  • Canada Place

    The iconic “five sails” of this waterfront, multi-use complex welcome thousands of arriving cruise-ship passengers on summer days—and also serve as... More
  • Carmelis Goat Cheese Artisan

    Create a picnic with a sweet, nutty parmesan or raw-milk chèvre from Carmelis Goat Cheese Artisan. From Carmelis, all the area's wineries are withi... More
  • Casa del Popolo

    In recent years, Montreal’s music scene has given rise to a parade of innovative bands, including the Arcade Fire and the Stars. If you want to tak... More
  • CedarCreek

    The winery comes alive each summer with a sunset concert series and a restaurant serving game sausages and other wine-friendly food at lunch. But C... More
  • Celadon Collection

    In Montreal, where interior shops tend to cater to either traditionalists or cutting-edge Modernists, Celadon Collection bridges the gap between st... More
  • Celebration of Light

    Vancouver’s enviable natural setting places this annual fireworks “competition” above most others in the world. International teams light up the sk... More
  • Celtic Colours International Festival

  • Centre Cinéma Impérial

    Original Debut: Home to a fading vaudeville scene when it opened in 1913, the Imperial became a movie house in 1934 when it was leased to Léo-Ernes... More

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