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Ship Ahoy – Canada

2017 is a hugely symbolic year for Canada — it’s the 150th anniversary of the Confederation, with celebrations including a tall ships fleet sailing along the coast in July, and summer-long events in Charlottetown, where the movement started.

But this is a year of openings as well as commemoration — from the zipline along the gorge edge at Niagara Falls to a `seafood trail’ launching in Nova Scotia, and a new UNESCO World Heritage Site in Labrador, Mistaken Point. Add in free national park entry all year, Montreal’s 375th anniversary and the Invictus Games taking place in Toronto in September, and there’s no better time to go.

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