What’s on your Canadian destination hit list? Canoe has her sights set on Cape Breton Island, N.S. – ranked this year as #1 in Travel + Leisure’s “Top Island Destinations in Continental U.S. and Canada” and known for its wild vistas, Cape Breton Highlands National Park and some of the best traditional Celtic fiddlers in the world.

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  1. Liz Tompkins commented:

    I’d love to get back to The Queen Charlotte Islands again for chanterelle picking season in the fall! We stumbled upon them- literally, a few years ago and I haven’t stopped thinking about our travels there ever since.

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    • Kim Gray commented:

      Hey Liz,
      I dream about revisiting Haida Gwaii too. Those long stretches of beach. Towering cedar rainforests. That misty, edge of the world feel. Hard to beat…thanks for this!
      Kim

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  2. Heather Cumming commented:

    Our Physiotherapy Grads, from the University of Alberta, have a reunion every other year. There isn’t enough room on this page to tell you who and when
    when we graduated! This year, we are gathering at Waskesiu Sask.
    When I arrive home, I will try to send a note about the highlights of our trip.
    Cheers,
    Heather

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  3. Nicholas Gandossi commented:

    BTW, love the site, well done Toque and Canoe! #1 on my list to travel to in Canada is Tofino on Vancouver Island. Sandy beaches that go on for miles and miles. “Small town Canada” at its best. Spectacular hiking trails, and great local food.

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  4. Catherine Ford commented:

    I’d love to take my husband to St. John’s, one of the few Canadian cities he’s never visited. After watching the CBC series, the Republic of Doyle, he’s fascinated by the scenery, the charming streets and the colourful settings. I haven’t the heart to tell him that, like Vancouver, the weather is always better yesterday or tomorrow. One of these days, though…

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  5. Linda Heinrich commented:

    We would love to see the east coast of Canada which we understand is quite different to that of the west coast – the Maritime provinces – the fishing vessels and rugged seas, colorful houses – a painter’s delight … and hear the music! Maybe next year. Emma and Herb

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