spring break

My country offers awe-inducing travel opportunities. Here is your ultimate guide to vacation spots in Canada.

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March Break is almost here and we just love revisiting this article from The Toronto Star about March Break planning - Dad style. Here's what some of Toronto's hippest dads told Heather last year about how they plan to spend March Break. Wonder what they are up to this year?

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Winter Travel Tips

Stuck in a rut with cold weather and snow in the forecast? Here are our top tips for winter travel that will have you seeing sand (for less) in no time!

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Put down that macaroni necklace and make your way to one of these fun-filled, family outings over March Break.

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There are two ways to approach March Break:

1. Embrace the family time and plot out a week of together time

2. Run away
I present some options.

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I asked teachers, under the promise of anonymity, and they shared how they really feel about kids missing school for family vacations. This morning I shared some of their thoughts with Marci Ien on Canada AM.

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Staying home for March Break doesn't have to mean pulling your hair out while the children run around you in circles. With Ontario attractions recognizing that families who are staying home this week need attention too, you can still get a great week without breaking the bank. Here are 5 to get you going: 1. March Break at the ROM From March 9 – 17, head on a global adventure to explore six different worlds including archaeology, palaeontology, zoology and more.All interactive activities and art projects are included with general admission from 11 am to 4 pm daily.  Interested in continue reading...

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