Ontario Travel Articles

 
Algonquin Odyssey – Ontario, Canada
It was about to happen. Steven Jarvis and friend were going to do what their mothers had warned them not to do - hitchhike. Will they do it again? What do you think?
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Mural Madness – Welland, Canada and York, USA
Mural Madness – Welland, Canada and York, USA Tony Porco compares the historical murals of York and Welland.
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Winning in Winnetou – Nobel, Ontario, Canada
Moushumi Chakrabarty reflects on simple part of travel.
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The Urge – Sarnia to Stratford, Ontario, Canada
Pulling over to the side of the road to pee is not an option considered lightly by two young women attempting to protect their decency.
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Zombies Take a Holiday – Stratford, Ontario, Canada
Jessie J. Ellis has an unfortunate run-in shampoo and a gassy man in Canada.
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Oakwood Inn and Spa – Grand Bend, Ontario
Oakwood Inn and Spa – Grand Bend, Ontario home_feb17_mi.jpgNeilia Sherman knows that
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Winter Getaway to Highfields Country Inn and Spa – Zephyr, Ontario, Canada
Winter Getaway to Highfields Country Inn and Spa – Zephyr, Ontario, Canada Looking for a quick getaway from Toronto? Neilia Sherman has the place for you.
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Ontario, Canada – March 2000
Ontario, Canada – March 2000 Our Prime Minister is a French Fry and other Great Canadian Myths How much do Americans know about Canada? Almost nothing. Case in point, a Canadian comedy show, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, featured an interview with American Presidential candidate George W. Bush. The interviewer told Bush that Canada’s Prime Minister, Jean Poutine, supported his […]
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Ontario, Canada – June 1999
Ontario, Canada – June 1999 Toronto Vs. New York City I just returned from a long weekend in New York City. It was my first real trip in two years. Granted, I do make semi-regular trips to lovely Pembroke, Ontario (to visit my girlfriend’s family) but this was the first time I’d left the province. A needed fix for my […]
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Ontario, Canada – July 1999
Ontario, Canada – July 1999 The Bruce Trail Survival is the great Canadian theme, says author Margaret Atwood. We Canadians emphasize our ruggedness by perpetuating the myth of our harsh landscape and unforgiving weather. Most Canadians now live in an urban landscape in close proximity to the United States and not in proximity to true wilderness (though the U.S. could […]
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