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Low Canadian dollar + great getaway options = more summer fun for less
Looking to get an extra quarter’s worth of value for every dollar you spend on travel this summer? Making that happen is a snap with a quick trip across the border.
Thursday, April 27, 2017 10:00 AM by Jim Byers
I was attending a tourism conference in this southwest Ontario city in mid-spring and walked into a large, industrial space in the Old East Village Area of town. There was a gleaming coffee shop off to one side; the sort of place that looks like one you’d find in Toronto’s West Queen West area or Vancouver’s Gastown. Past that was a lovely, bright grocery store selling lots of local foods and organic products.
Combine some sun, summer music, and sand to make the perfect beach day getaway in Grand Bend.
Looking for a fresh take on your typical beach day? Check out these spots in Grand Bend where you can listen to some summer tunes as you splash through beautiful Lake Huron.
How Mumford and Sons made their way to Ontario's Southwest.
How did one of the world’s biggest bands end up at the Norfolk County Fairgrounds in Simcoe, Ontario? That’s the question that’s been asked over and over again since February 5th when the news was released that Mumford and Sons would be bringing their first-ever Canadian Gentlemen of the Road Stopover to the Fairgrounds in Simcoe.