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  Circa: for time zones Circa is for those moments when you’ve travelled so much you no longer know what time it is. The simple app helps you keep track of the time across multiple locations, making it easier to plan connections with friends, family or colleagues around the world. It also has a simple, soothing design and colour palate ...

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5 Canadian travel destinations to celebrate 150

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Our neighbours to the south and around the world are learning what Canadians have known all along. The New York Times and Lonely Planet both recently named Canada the number one destination to visit in 2017, just in time for our 150th birthday. Travel within parts of the country is already seeing a boost. If you’re thinking of exploring some ...

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48 hours in Shanghai: What to see and do

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With a population of nearly 25 million people, Shanghai is China’s largest city. Boasting a rich ancient and contemporary history, modern architecture and river cities, Shanghai will have you wondering where to begin. Travelling to this legendary city has never been easier, with Air Canada now offering daily direct flights from Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal. Here Victor Pereira, service director ...

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How to travel in luxury without spending a fortune

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(NC) The vacation of your dreams is closer than you think if you plan your trip like a pro. Here Deborah Thompson, travel expert and editor-in-chief of the New Jetsetters website and magazine, shares her best advice. “Luxury travel is about deciding what’s ‘splurge-worthy,’” she explains. “We try to have at least one amazing meal on vacation. The location of ...

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Ideas to keep kids entertained on planes.

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(NC) Flying can be stressful for parents of young children. Kids are unpredictable, but fortunately, there are some easy ways to keep your children happy in-flight. Like all Air Canada Rouge Crew, Malika Maturana was trained at the Disney Institute to create memorable moments for kids and their parents. Here, this mother of five offers her best tips as both ...

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Ontario Providing More Travel Options for Commuters

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Ontario has opened the third round of permit applications and renewals for Canada’s first High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes, which provide another travel option for commuters and help manage congestion. The HOT lanes are on 16.5 kilometres of the QEW in both directions, from Trafalgar Rd. in Oakville to Guelph Line in Burlington. Vehicles with two or more occupants, or green ...

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What to do if you have a problem with your airline

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(NC) Between last-minute packing, security and making your way through crowded airports, flying can at times be an unpleasant and stressful experience. But did you know that if you have any problems with your air travel experience, like a delayed flight or lost luggage, there’s somewhere you can turn to for help? Anyone who is flying to, from and within ...

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10 tricks for never losing your luggage

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(NC) Don’t let a lost or delayed suitcase put a damper on your holidays — use these tips from the Canadian Transportation Agency to help keep you and your precious belongings from parting ways. Stand out. Brightly coloured baggage with unique prints and patterns will help your bag stand out in a crowd and prevent someone else from mistakenly picking ...

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5 spectacular destinations for winter getaways

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(NC) Embrace the gorgeous snowy weather on your next holiday by visiting a location that thrives in the winter and celebrates the season. “There are plenty of destinations that are even better in the cooler months,” advises Pierre-Jean Mayol at Aeroplan. Here are some Instagram-worthy suggestions that will make you only too happy to pack some extra cozy layers: Lapland, ...

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