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September 14, 2011


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I'm a Toronto boy. I did visit Alta as a pre-teen. Yet it's always the same old story of lining up money, time, and health or youth.
My list includes a Georgian Bay boat tour, the VIA train up to Thunder Bay (through the shield region), a Fall (basic) cottage rental north of Stoney lake*, and traversing the semi-urban Waterfront trail - from T.O. to Cornwall.

*In the midst of the Trent Severn Waterway, north-east of the Peterborough Lift Locks.


These are good suggestions. I'm always glad to add more to my list.

I know Ontario better than any province, but there is a lot I don't know about Ontario.

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Yellowknife is not in the Yukon!!!


D'oh. Thanks for the catch. I meant Yellowknife AND the Yukon. Text has been adjusted to show the Yellowknife is in the Northwest Territories.

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