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A Titanic centenary

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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of RMS Titanic, with towns and cities on both sides of the Atlantic holding events to commemorate the disaster.
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The return of ‘missing’ hotel goods

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To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Ottawa’s Fairmont Chateau Laurier is granting amnesty to any guest who brings back hotel paraphernalia from years past, no questions asked.
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British Columbia’s capital charms

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Victoria has quietly undergone a transformation in recent years, and as the city turns 150, its distinctive and funky neighbourhoods are drawing in the savvy traveller.
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Vintage Niagara Falls in winter

For generations, visitors have flocked to the border between the US and Canada to see the natural wonder of Niagara Falls. Explore the icy beauty as they looked in the early 1900s.


The Titanic’s final resting place

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Beneath the handsome lighthouses, sweet fishing villages and multicoloured forests of Atlantic Canada lies a wild history of pirates, ghosts and shipwrecks.
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Atlantic Canada’s seafaring coast

From Newfoundland’s craggy shores to New Brunswick's dark forests, Atlantic Canada’s fishing villages and quiet communities are bound together by a turbulent past of shipwrecks.


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