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Discover Fall at Blue Mountain Resort

Just a couple hours outside of the concrete jungle we call home is Ontario’s version of a Scandinavian ski village, Blue Mountain Resort! And it’s so cute! Although the ski hill is a lot smaller than the mountains out West or in Quebec, one thing that can’t be beat is the village and activities you can do on the resort.

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Cutest Reasons to head to PEC in the Fall: Part 2

Guess what? This coming weekend Southern Ontario is going to be absolutely beautiful. Do you need any more reason to get outdoors than an entire weekend with no rain or clouds? One of my favourite ways to enjoy the sunshine is a quick day trip to Prince Edward County. Last week I shared where to stay… this week I am telling you where to go!

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Fall in love with Prince Edward County: Part 1

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Cute Coffee Bars in Toronto

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Toronto Summer Concert Hit List – Budweiser Stage

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