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Accessories that make travel easier

Experienced travellers know that the right travel gear can make all the difference in a trip living up to, or surpassing, expectations. Don’t let the wrong travel gear sidetrack your dream vacation. Here are some of the coolest gadgets, gizmos and accessories that might make you the happiest traveller at the airport. Luxe Leather Entrepreneur […]

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Finding ‘Jurassic’ on Oahu

Isla Nublar, the dinosaur-teeming land from the Jurassic Park series of films, may only exist on the silver screen, but its exotic charm and wonder are a reality in the Hawaiian Islands. Since the series first movie debuted in 1993, the islands of Oahu and Kauai have served as the key locations to bring the […]

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Canadian Automobile Association teams with Plaza Premium Lounge to offer membership discounts

The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) and Plaza Premium Lounge have partnered to offer discounts designed exclusively for CAA Members who use any Plaza Premium Lounge facility in Canada. Plaza Premium Lounge operates lounges in some of Canada’s most visited airports—Vancouver International Airport, Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, Winnipeg’s International Airport and Edmonton’s International Airport. Plaza Premium […]

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Canadian passport ranked 7th most powerful for visa-free travel

As any traveller knows, passports are the ultimate “don’t leave home without it” item, but the country from which a passport is supplied can have a major effect on travel plans and time spent abroad. GoEuro, a Berlin-based metasearch travel website, analyzed passports from 50 countries around the world to discover which nationalities’ passports are […]

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Public Health Agency of Canada reminds travellers to protect themselves against avian flu

If you are planning any travel to Asia, don’t let a nasty virus ruin your trip. The Public Health Agency of Canada reminds Canadians planning trips to China, Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and other parts of eastern and central Asia to protect themselves against avian influenza. There are several types of avian influenza viruses that […]

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