Tagged With "Toronto"

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Two Canadian airlines expand their reach

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Two of Canada's airlines are spreading out to new destinations. WestJet, a large budget carrier, has added Boeing 767s that allow it to make a big splash in the trans-Atlantic trade, and Porter, a much smaller carrier, will add flights from Toronto to...
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Canada gets its first non-stop to India

PHeymont ·
Canada yesterday got its first non-stop connection to India, with the launch of Air Canada's four-times-a-week flight AC70. The flight uses one of Air Canada's brand-new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.   The Toronto-to-Delhi flight will increase to a...
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Canada to New Citizens: Travel your new country!

PHeymont ·
Quebec City...one of the popular visits for new Canadians. For more, click HERE   Canada has a novel gift for its new citizens: a 50%-off railpass to get to know the country's sights and beauty spots, and a menu of over 1200 free cultural...
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Weaker 'loonie' good and bad news for Canada travel

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A weaker Canadian dollar is affecting Canadians' travel plans—and that may be good news for tourism in a number of Canadian cities.
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August 22, 2016: Victoria University, Toronto

DrFumblefinger ·
A walk near Toronto's Ontario Legislative Building lead to the discovery of beautiful Victoria University, academic home of some of Canada's most famous citizens.
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Niagara gets 12-minute flight from Toronto

PHeymont ·
A small charter company re-defines itself as a (very) short-haul commercial airline between Toronto and Niagara Falls.
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JetBlue aims Buffalo-LA flight at Canadian flyers

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JetBlue's new Buffalo to Los Angeles non-stop offers Canadians a lower trans-continental fare, and maybe a shorter customs line.
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Toronto's science center: Mammoths and Mastodons

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Toronto, a great weekend destination from many places, has a new attraction: Mammoths and Mastodons, at the Ontario Science Center.
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New security changes to make travel harder and easier

PHeymont ·
At the same time that the U.S. is imposing new restrictions on the visa waiver program, it's also taking steps to provide more overseas pre-clearance to speed up arrival in the U.S. The visa waiver program—which allows residents of 38 cooperating countries, many in Europe, to visit the U.S. without having to go through time-consuming applications—is getting limts that require visas for anyone who has visited Iran, Iraq, Syria or Sudan within the past 5 years. Exceptions may be...
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Westjet makes 2 London routes year-round

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Westjet announced trans-Atlantic service a few months ago, and now it's making two of its new routes to London year-round.
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Air Canada adds Budapest and more

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Air Canada starts service to Budapest, just one of a string of international expansions for the carrier.
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Canada's Westjet enters Trans-Atlantic market

PHeymont ·
Canada's Westjet, once an upstart Western Canada regional and now a major national has taken a next step by starting flights from Toronto to Dublin for the summer and into the fall. The Toronto leg makes a brief stop at St. John's, Newfoundland, which...
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Wayne Gretzky's Restaurant, Toronto

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Eaton Center, Toronto, Canada

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Toronto's new City Hall

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Detail from Toronto's old city Hall

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World Cup Fever in Toronto.

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World Cup Fever in Toronto.

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Closer view of the top of the CN Tower

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Rogers Center, Toronto, Canada. Where Gumbo was #56

DrFumblefinger ·
  Congratulations to Lynn Miller for recognizing Rogers Center in Toronto.  The quiz focused on two pieces of art known as "The Audience" in the northeast and northwest corners of the building, executed by Michael Snow in 1989.  Both...
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, August 14, 2014: The CN Tower, Toronto, Ontario

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  The CN Tower (in French: "Tour CN") is a 553.33 m-high (1,815.4 ft) concrete communications and observation tower in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada .  Built on the former Railway Lands, construction on the CN Tower began on...
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Gallery: St. Lawrence Market. 1) The Produce

DrFumblefinger ·
  Readers of TravelGumbo know that we've great affection for Farmers' Markets, and we visit, shop at, and feature them often.  One of the finest markets I've ever been to is the St. Lawrence Market in Toronto.  This market was...
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St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Canada

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Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto, Canada

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St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Canada

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Flatiron building, Toronto, Canada

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St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Canada

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