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  • Griffintown Café

    Donning lumberjack plaid is all but mandatory at Griffintown Café, where Quebec’s reputable craft beers are served up with sets of live jazz. The c... More
  • Grouse Mountain Skyride

    Vancouver’s closest mountain for skiing and hiking sits eight miles north of Downtown, and it’s open year-round. A modern tram brings visitors to t... More
  • H.R. MacMillan Space Centre

    Situated in waterfront Vanier Park, this educational center houses interactive space-related exhibits that include a virtual voyage to Mars, a touc... More
  • Harbour Air Seaplane Flights

    It’s great fun to watch the takeoffs and landings of Vancouver’s numerous floatplanes (which locals use for quick transport to Victoria—B.C.’s prov... More
  • Harold Town Sculpture

    Displayed in Terminal 1, this glimmering, double-sided figure was created by local sculptor Harold Town in 1963. Comprised of 60 individual panels ... More
  • Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

    A unesco World Heritage site in the prairies of southwestern Alberta, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump provides a fascinating look at the culture and t... More
  • Hermès, Vancouver International Airport

    What this Hermès boutique in the Vancouver International Airport lacks in size, it makes up for in the grand quality of its signature scarves, smal... More
  • Hike in Banff

    Take the Sunshine Meadows Alpine Shuttle to the Upper Access road and just start walking. More
  • Hillebrand Winery

  • Holt Renfrew

    This serene, four-floor luxury department store, housed in a beautifully restored Art Deco building within the mansion-lined block known as the Gol... More
  • Hudson's Bay Company's Signature Shop

    North America’s oldest corporation—established in 1670!—Hudson’s Bay Company (known locally as just The Bay) has long been known for its iconic, cr... More
  • Inform Interiors

    Set on the main drag of trendy Gastown, this high-end showroom carries contemporary furniture, lighting, and accessories from high-end brands like ... More
  • Insectarium

    Once just a pet project of insect collector Georges Brossard, the Insectarium officially opened in 1990 within the Montreal Botanical Garden. More ... More
  • Instock

    Stop in at this 2009-opened boutique to pick up cult clothing brands Supra and Elm, plus works by up-and-coming Montreal artists. More
  • J.A. Moisan

    The oldest grocer on the continent stocks English teas, French soaps, and picnic fixings (our favorites: wild boar sausage and a wedge of locally m... More
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