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Whether you're hoping for a YETI mug to hold your hot cocoa during winter hikes or a puffer jacket to keep you cozy as you shred the slopes, adding your perfect present (and where your friends and fam can find it) to your wish list can help increase your chances of unwrapping exactly what you want this year.

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After a year of trying to come up with things to do that follow public health guidelines, it's only natural that some of us may be running out of ideas.

And if you need a little inspiration for things to do, The Adventure Challenge books can serve up over 150 adventure ideas.

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There's an abandoned plane crash site from the Second World War in B.C. that you can hike to, and you'll feel like you're in the show Lost.

The Canso seaplane crashed there in 1945, according to GoTofino. The website says that the bomber plane was headed out for duty at night with a crew of 12 on board when one of the engines lost power and it started to crash.

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You can float into summertime fun at this 13-kilometre Ontario lazy river that takes you from Paris to Brant Park.

Instead of spending hours trying to map out where you can safely go tubing, Grand River Rafting Company will take care of everything for you, including equipment and a shuttle ride.

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It's been far too long since we've been able to breathe in the fresh air of spring and not have to bundle up just to walk down the street. 

But with warmer temperatures just around the corner, there's excitement in the air instead of a chill. Plus, there are more hours of daylight (yay!), flowers are starting to bloom and trees have begun to turn green again. 

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