Winter in Toronto, in the Canadian province of Ontario is magical, for someone who’s never experienced an insane amount of snow before. Needless to say, it is also brutally cold, with temperatures dipping to as low as -40 degrees Celsius. Unlike the summer, when there are a gazillion things to…

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Yo! I’m still coming up to speed with my Canada posts and hope to complete them all before winter there is actually over! But now that I’m sitting here writing this in humid 35 degree Celsius weather, it seems like ages ago that my teeth were chattering in bone-chilling -40…

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Trying to write about the restaurants in Toronto is akin to writing about all the restaurants in Mumbai – virtually impossible, even in a lifetime. So I’ll leave that to the restaurant-curation folks at Blog TO and tell you about the places I personally visited, during my second trip to…

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Hey!! As I write this, it’s already Christmas in India, but there’s still another 8 hours or so for it to be Christmas in this part of the world. And it’s snowing like craaazy out there! The last time I visited Canada was 2 years ago, in summer, when the…

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Quebec, like a child of mixed parentage, has features of Europe and Canada, with her own distinct French personality. She takes you back to a time where people still valued the art of conversation, and sat at laughter-filled coffee shops that ran into cobbled streets, or worshiped at the famous…

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It must be pretty cool to have a family business that’s known throughout the continent, especially one that’s not related to food – those tend to gain popularity as the generations go by. What I loved about Albert Gilles Copper Art is that it’s a quaint little structure by the…

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Now that I think about it, I spent a lot of time in Canada on boats. You’re probably wondering what one does on boats besides fishing – but no, I did not fish. The Tall Ship Kajama Have you ever had a ride on a Tall Ship? You know, the…

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